Vermont ends November with record-breaking streak of severe Covid-19 outcomes

Vermont ends November with record-breaking streak of severe Covid-19 outcomes

The Vermont Department of Health reported 482 new Covid-19 cases and two more deaths Friday. Hospitalizations also remain elevated: As of Friday, 81 people were hospitalized for Covid, with 22 in intensive care.
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