COVID 19  Updates 

COVID UPDATE 1/15/2021

Hello and Happy New year ~ We are so excited that the vaccine is being distributed. Ania and Laura are getting their second vaccines in the next few weeks. Alysha will get vaccinated once she returns from surgery leave.

 

At this time, the plan to immunize is divided up in to THREE phases: 

***Starting on January 25: People of Vermont who are 75 years or older can register for appointments. Please click here for more information

 

PHASE 1A -STARTING 12/15/20 ! Health care workers (HCW) likely to be exposed/treat COVID-19 patients Long-term care facility residents and staff who have patient contact Clinical and support staff who have patient contact– priority should be given to the following groups: HCW (all classes including support personnel) primarily located in the ED and ICU, providing care to COVID patients EMS (EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES) with patient contact Home health care clinical staff and caregivers who have contact with multiple patients/vulnerable people Other health care providers/staff who have patient contact

 

PHASE 1B :VACCINATE ESSENTIAL WORKERS (teachers, rescue, police/fire, utilities, food )

 

PHASE 1 C: ADULTS WITH CHRONIC MEDICAL CONDITIONS AND ADULTS AGES 65 AND OVER.

Please remember:

· Vaccination is the best weapon we have to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

· The most important thing you can do right now is to continue to be vigilant and WEAR your mask and SOCIAL distance to continue to stop the spread. Encourage your family and friends to do this, too.

 

· There is no need for you to call us about getting the vaccine. We are not making appointments or creating waiting lists for vaccination of the general public as this is being coordinated by the Vermont Department of Health.

 

· COVID-19 vaccines are rigorously tested before they are released for public use. Both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are considered highly effective in reducing the rate of COVID-19 disease. While these vaccines are being developed at an accelerated pace, the fast-track process focuses on safety and effectiveness through vaccination trials involving thousands of participants.

 

· Front-line caregivers are being vaccinated first to keep them safe, healthy and available to provide care for those who need it.

 

· Stay informed – watch for our emails, see the VDH and Pfizer page for the most up to date information: https://www.healthvermont.gov/covid-19 https://selfservehosteu.pfizer.com/pfrrdownload/file/fid/77051

 

· Any additional questions; "who should get the vaccine?" , "when and where will I get the vaccine?" etc, please review the above links for answers and we will also update you as the plan progresses.

 

Stay well and stay safe.

 

Warmly,

Laura, Ania & Alysha

UPDATE from Governor Scott as of Nov 13,2020.

PEOPLE FROM DIFFERENT HOUSEHOLDS SHOULD NOT GATHER

Whether inside or outside, private or public space, multi-household gatherings are prohibited.

OUT OF STATE TRAVEL : Due to rising COVID-19 case counts across the Northeast, effective on November 10, 2020, the State of Vermont has suspended its leisure travel map and implemented a mandatory quarantine for anyone returning or traveling to Vermont.

If you were EXPOSED to someone with Covid 19 or are SYMPTOMATIC and think you need a test, call or message us to order at 802-382-0849

If you are ASYMPTOMATIC and want a test due to travel, SCHEDULE THROUGH THE LINK BELOW