Covid 19

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The Resource and Recovery Center is collecting community resources to help Burlington citizens and businesses through these uncertain times. Please call the RRC at 802-755-7239 or if you need assistance. For additional community resource hotlines, please visit our list HERE
For health emergencies, please call 9-1-1.

From the Vermont Department of Health: Vermont health officials are offering free COVID-19 testing at pop-up testing sites around the state for any Vermonters without symptoms. 256 people had specimens collected for testing at a pop-up site in Bennington. We welcome health care workers, first responders (EMS, fire, and law enforcement), child care providers, people returning to Vermont (on day 7 of their quarantine), and any other Vermonter without symptoms who wants to be tested. The clinics are part of the state’s efforts to ramp up testing and prevent the spread of COVID-19. The test will tell you if you have a current infection. It is not a serology/antibody test, which means it will not tell you if you were infected in the past.

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Please register for the clinics ahead of time at No referral from a health care provider is needed for the pop-up sites. Vermonters with who do have symptoms, even if they are mild, should call their health care provider to be referred to a testing site. Quarantine Guidance for People Returning to Vermont If you are a returning Vermonter ─ including those who spend winter outside of Vermont, second home owners, college students ─ you are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. If you are without COVID-19 symptoms at day 7 of your quarantine, you can be tested at one of the pop-up clinics being conducted around the state. If your test is negative, you can end your quarantine period, as long as you still have no symptoms. Learn more at


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