Vermont Forward Guidance Announced (effective April 6, 2021)
Governor Scott Announces Roadmap to Re-Opening Governor Scott has presented the state’s three-month phased reopening plan with the goal of getting back to a new normal by July 4.
The full plan is outlinedHERE. Details about which sectors are impacted, and what comprises Universal Guidance is outlined HERE.
Please note that masks, physical distancing, and the usual safety hygiene is still in place.
Travel Policy Changes The Vermont Forward plan will also bring changes to travel quarantine rules. Effective Friday, April 9, quarantine will no longer be required for visitors coming to Vermont or for Vermonters returning from out-of-state travel. Instead, unvaccinatedvisitors must be tested for COVID-19 within three days of travel before they arrive in state. Unvaccinated Vermonters must get a test within three days of returning to VT. Testing is not required for vaccinated guests and residents.
The Mandatory Mask Mandate is still in effect. Masks are required in all indoor settings and in outdoor settings where the 6-foot distancing is not possible. Masks are required for anyone over the age of 2. Effective April 27 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says people who are fully vaccinated do not need to wear a mask when they're outdoors unless they're in a crowd, such as attending a live performance, sporting event or parade. Additional details HERE.
For additional information and travel guidance. please visit the Vermont Department of Health website.
For access to the statewide travel map, please visit the Vermont Agency of Commerce & Community Developmentwebsite.
Chamber Office Hours
The Chamber office is open Monday - Thursday from 9am - 3pm.
We are in compliance with the State and CDC guidance around Covid-19 safety and will ask that guests respect this.
To reach Lisamarie email her directly. For the most updated statewide guidance, please visit our COVID-19 Resource page linked to the button below.