VDH COVID-19 Update: Cases down, walk-in vaccination clinics up

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VDH COVID-19 Update: Cases down, walk-in vaccination clinics up

Wed, 05/05/2021 - 5:08pm -- tim

COVID-19 Daily Update

May 5, 2021

New or updated information is in red and bold

This update is available online at healthvermont.gov/covid19

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More opportunities to walk on in and get your COVID-19 vaccine

We know that many people, especially younger Vermonters, may simply be waiting for a convenient moment to get their COVID-19 vaccination. To help make it as easy as possible, we are arranging for more walk-in opportunities.

Watch our @healthvermont social media feeds or check our website for additional opportunities near you or near someone you know! Then, share away! Thanks for helping spread the word.



Monday - Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Essex Fairgrounds, 105 Pearl Street, Essex Junction

Pfizer vaccine, 150 doses each day



10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Saint Michael’s College, Tarrant Rec Center, 132 Campus Road, Colchester

Johnson & Johnson (single dose) vaccine, 200 doses


10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital (BMH) – Richards Building

17 Belmont Avenue, Brattleboro

Pfizer vaccine, 50 doses


9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 2 to 3 p.m.

Mount Ascutney Hospital and Health Care, Professional Building, Lower Level

289 County Road, Windsor

Moderna vaccine, 50 doses



10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Waterbury Municipal Building

28 North Main St., Waterbury

Moderna vaccine, 30 doses

Vaccine appointments are also available across the state for all Vermonters 16 and older, so if you haven’t yet made yours, sign up today! If you later book a vaccination that’s more convenient for you, please be sure to cancel the original appointment.

Visit healthvermont.gov/MyVaccine to make an appointment through the state registration system or a pharmacy. If you can’t make an appointment online or need help, contact the call center at 855-722-7878.

Whether you traveled or have symptoms, COVID-19 testing is available

Remember, if you are unvaccinated (including children) and traveled outside the state, you must have a COVID-19 test within 3 days of returning to Vermont. For more details, visit our website.

And if you have any symptom, no matter how mild, such as a headache, cough, fatigue or a runny nose, it’s best to get tested. It’s also important to avoid going to work, school or other places until you receive a negative result. COVID-19 is a highly transmissible virus, and this is how we can each protect our loved ones and our communities.

If you have symptoms, talk to your health care provider. They can refer you for testing.

Even if you don’t have symptoms, you can still have COVID-19 and not feel sick. If you don’t have symptoms and want to get tested, there are many test sites now available around the state. It’s free and easy!

COVID-19 Activity in Vermont

As of 12 p.m. on May 5, 2021

Data is updated daily.





New cases



(23,247 total)


Currently hospitalized




Hospitalized in ICU




Hospitalized under investigation




Percent Positive (7-day average)




People tested




Total tests




Total people recovered








Find more data on COVID-19 Activity athealthvermont.gov/currentactivity.

COVID-19 Vaccine Data

As of 12 p.m. on May 5, 2021

Data is updated Tuesdays through Saturdays.





Total people who have received least one dose of vaccine


(64.9% of 16+ population)


Total people who have completed vaccination


(45.8% of 16+ population)


Find more vaccine data on the COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard: healthvermont.gov/covid19-vaccine-data.

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