“Be Smart/Stay Safe”
Executive Order issued by Governor Phil Scott
In Effect until January 15th
- Vermont is seeing a significant surge of new COVID-19 cases across the state.
- As of November 14, 2020, you are not allowed to gather with people you don’t live with. This includes both inside and outside social gatherings, in public and private spaces. Read the Governor’s Executive Order(link is external). Read more about gatherings.
- The Health Department strongly advises against non-essential travel, even within Vermont. Any non-essential travel to and from Vermont requires quarantine.
COVID-19 is highly contagious. People with COVID-19, even those who don’t have any symptoms, can spread the virus to other people.
There are things we can all do to protect ourselves and the people around us from getting or spreading COVID-19. We recommend everyone, even people who had COVID-19, received a positive antibody test, or get the vaccine to follow the prevention steps. Click on a prevention measure to find out more.
Stay home if you are sick
Wash your hands
Keep your social circle small
Stay at least 6 feet apart
Wear a mask
To Help Stop the Spread of Coronavirus:
STAY HOME: Leave only for essentials & avoid close contact with others
COVER MOUTH & NOSE: Wear a mask or cloth face covering in public settings
PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING: Stay more than 6ft apart
WASH HANDS: Wash them for 20 seconds & wash them often
CLEAN SURFACES: Disinfect frequently touched surfaces
COMING TO VERMONT? Quarantine at residence for 7-14 days (for additional guidance, click here)
FEEL SICK? Stay home
For additional information, see the World Health Organization website: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public
Also see the Town’s webpage: http://www.mounthollyvt.org/coronavirus-covid-19/
As we navigate through the rough waters of this pandemic together, the continued good health & safety of our community remains our primary concern. We are all anxious and concerned. Be kind and thoughtful of one another. We are all in this together, and we will make it through this together. So take good care of yourself and of each other. Take every precaution & stay safe & stay healthy.