Colchester new case graph

In its latest town-by-town update, the Vermont Department of Health listed Colchester as having 21 new cases of COVID-19 in the week of April 22-28.

That was just two more new cases as the week before but still less than the 27 new cases per week Colchester had been averaging since mid-November.

It was reported that there were no deaths attributed to COVID-19 in Chittenden County between April 18 and May 1.

21: Number of new cases in Colchester between April 22-28

772: Total cases for Colchester since March 5, 2020

131: Total new cases in Chittenden County between April 22-28

294: Recent cases for Chittenden County (last 14 days) as of April 28

11.2: Percentage of total cases in Chittenden County stemming from Colchester

3rd: Where Colchester sits on the list of most cases in Chittenden County

2: Number of new instances of a person being in a Colchester School District building while being infectious (April 22-28)

  • 2/21: New/total such instances for Colchester High School
  • 0/4: New/total such instances for Colchester Middle School
  • 0/7: New/total such instances for Malletts Bay School
  • 0/4: New/total such instances for Porters Point School
  • 0/3: New/total such instances for Union Memorial School

2: New deaths in Vermont from April 22-28

246: Total deaths for Vermont through April 28

0: Deaths in Chittenden County between April 18-May 1

340,715: Number of people in Vermont to receive their first or second vaccination dose through April 30

238,764: Number of people in Vermont to have completed vaccination through April 30

92,842: Number of people vaccinated in Chittenden County through April 30

67.0: Percentage of Chittenden County vaccinated through April 30

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