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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC DISASTER – SOCIAL DISTANCING. VERMONT SETS SAFE NATIONAL STANDARD AS SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED UNTIL SEPTEMBER

VT STRONG news - Montpelier, VT: Office of the Governor reports TRANSCRIPT: GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT MARCH 27 ADDRESS ON SCHOOL DISMISSAL Montpelier, Vt. - At a press conference Friday, Governor Phil Scott and members of his administration provided an update on the Governor’s directive to dismiss schools for in-person instruction for the remainder of 2019-2020 school year. “The education of our kids, along with the bonding and…
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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC – GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT ISSUES A “STAY HOME, STAY SAFE” ORDER, DIRECTS ADDITIONAL CLOSURES

VT Strong news - Montpelier, VT: Office of the Governor reports Governor Phil Scott today issued a “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order and directed the closure of in-person operations for all non-essential businesses. These restrictive measures are in place to minimize all unnecessary activities outside the home to slow the spread of this virus and protect the public. These actions were implemented in consultation with…
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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC – GONE FISHING

VT Strong news - Montpelier, VT: Office of the Governor reports Agency of Natural Resources: RUTLAND, Vt. – The rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus has temporarily changed our lives in many unexpected ; Schools have closed, kids are doing distance-learning, school sports and other activities have been canceled, and many parents are now working from home or are off work ; As a result,…
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Coronavirus Pandemic – Contagious Hoarding Disruption Clearing Supermarket Shelves. Voluntary Quantity Limits Requested, “Contact Free” Procedures Offered to Customers with Fever or Flu Symptoms

US STRONG news – Boise, Idaho: President Vivek Sankaran, Albertsons Companies, Inc. reports To our valued customers and neighbors, At Albertsons Companies, we know the important roles our store and pharmacy play in your life and we are grateful for the trust you put in us for your ;As the situation around Coronavirus has developed, we have been and will continue to monitor all information…
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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC – 10 Confirmed Cases in Vermont. SCHOOLS CLOSED

VT Strong news - Burlington, VT: VT Dept of Health reports Gov. Phil Scott called on Vermonters to help protect our most vulnerable ­– the elderly and the very ill ­– and announced several strategies to help slow the spread of the new coronavirus. They include restricting visitor access at long-term care facilities, prohibiting non-essential gatherings of more than 50 people or 50% of a…
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Coronavirus Outbreak – Vail Resorts Industrial Mountain Owners Close 37 Ski Resorts Across 15 States to Curve Virus Spread

Rocky Mountain Strong news - Vail, CO: Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz reports This has no doubt been an incredibly challenging time. With 37 resorts spread across 15 states and three countries, we – like the rest of the world – have been closely tracking every new development related to coronavirus (COVID-19) and have been in constant contact with local health officials for guidance. Without question, our…
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CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK – GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT ORDERS ACTIVATION OF STATE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER

VT Strong news - Montpelier, VT: Office of the Governor reports To support the ongoing work of the Vermont Department of Health and expand the capacity of state government to coordinate the COVID-19 response, Governor Phil Scott today ordered additional state agencies and departments to activate through the Vermont State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC). The activation is in accordance with the State Emergency Management Plan…
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CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK – Attorney General and Business Leaders Team up to Provide Tips in the Age of COVID-19 Virus

VT STRONG news - Montpellier, VT: Office of the Attorney General reports Leaders Caution Against Hoarding, Warn Against Price Gouging and Scams Vermont Attorney General Donovan and local business leaders today called for consumers and businesses to remember their neighborliness in the face of the COVID-19 virus pandemic. Attorney General Donovan urged consumers to resist an urge to hoard and warned Vermonters to report any…
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VT State House Cancels Non Essential Gatherings

VT STRONG news - Montpellier, VT: State of Vermont reports On March 11th, the Joint Rules Committee voted to cancel all “non-essential” gatherings at the State House through March 31st. This is a significant action that they did not take lightly. The list of events we’ve canceled includes: non-legislative press conferences, outside bookings of State House rooms, Farmer’s Night events, school visits, card room presentations…
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Fair Haven VT Super Tuesday Elects Dog as Mayor

Fair Haven, VT: The Town of Fair Haven has elected a therapy dog named Murfee, a 3-year-old Cavalier King Charles spaniel, as Mayor. Murfee beat incumbent goat Mayor Mara Lincoln by 25 votes. FAIR HAVEN MAYORAL RACE MAKES HEADLINESFair Haven Elementary School SLATE VALLEY UNIFIED reports: The pet mayoral race that made national news and late night television last year is back and bigger than…
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Unleashed Novel Coronavirus SARS COVID-19 to “take a foothold in the U.S.” CDC Warns.

Is a Saturated Medical System Prepared to Handle a Widespread Epidemic ? CDC reports Situation and Human Services Secretary Alex M. Azar II declared a public health emergency (PHE) for the United States to aid the nation’s healthcare community in responding to COVID-19. More cases are likely to be identified in the coming days, including more cases in the United States. It’s also likely that…
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Vermont Second Amendment Sanctuary Communities Resolution Against Further Government Restrictions on Firearms

VT STRONG news - The town selectboards in Arlington, Clarendon, Concord, Derby, Holland, Irasburg, Morgan, Searsburg, Stamford, Pittsford, Poultney, and Pownal have signed resolutions supporting the following Resolution. A Resolution for the defense of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. The township of hereby declares itself to be a Second Amendment and Article Sixteen, Constitutional Gun Owner township as defined herein – The town…
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Water May Not Be Safe to Drink During and After the Flood

VT STRONG news - Burlington, VT: Vermont Department of Health reports - Water may not be safe to drink, cook or clean with after an emergency such as a flood. During and after flooding, water can become contaminated with microorganisms—such as bacteria, sewage, heating oil, agricultural or industrial waste, chemicals, and other substances that can cause serious illness. People with private drinking water wells in flooded…
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VT STRONG FLOOD – HEALTH AND SAFETY GUIDANCE FOR RETURNING TO A FLOODED HOME

Breathing Toxic Molds can result in Serious Illness. BURLINGTON, VT: VT Dept of Health reports – As rivers and floodwaters from last week’s storms begin to recede, state health and public safety officials want Vermonters to take care to avoid illness and injury during damage assessment and cleanup. Road washouts and downed power lines are still a concern. Please respect road closures and detours, and…
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VERMONT CATASTROPHIC DISASTER EXERCISE

VT STRONG news - Office of the Governor reports Montpelier, Vt. - Nearly 500 emergency responders and officials from local, state and partner agencies will test their disaster recovery skills during Vermont’s fourth Catastrophic Exercise (CAT 4) from October 23-25. The exercise simulates the aftermath of a statewide catastrophic disaster and tests the ability to restore critical infrastructure. CAT 4 will involve 19 cities and towns…
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Vermont Air National Guard F-35 Flys

Lt. Col. Nathan Graber, a pilot assigned to the 134th Fighter Squadron, 158th Fighter Wing, Vermont Air National Guard, and Lt. Col. Anthony Marek, a pilot and commander of the 134th FS, land the first two F-35 Lightning IIs assigned to the 158th FW at the Vermont Air National Guard Base, South Burlington, Vt., Sept. 19, 2019. The 158th FW is the first Air National…
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Vermont Air National Guard Receives F-35 Lightning II

Army Brig. Gen. Gregory Knight, adjutant general of Vermont, speaks about the 158th Fighter Wing receiving the F-35 Lightning II, the first two being flown in by Lt. Col. Nathan Graber, a pilot assigned to the 134th Fighter Squadron, 158th Fighter Wing, Vermont Air National Guard, and Lt. Col. Anthony Marek, a pilot and commander of the 134th FS, at the Vermont Air National Guard…
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Vermont Joins Antitrust Investigation of Google Racketeers

VT STRONG news - Montpellier, VT: Office of the AG Ryan Kriger reports Attorney General Donovan today announced joining 48 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico in a multistate, bipartisan investigation of Google’s business practices in accordance with state and federal antitrust laws. The bipartisan coalition announced plans to investigate Google’s overarching control of online advertising markets and search traffic that may have…
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