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Governor Scott recently announced that all Vermonters will be eligible for a vaccine starting on April 19, with out-of-state students possibly eligible on April 30.

News in Brief: Gov. Scott responds to criticism of BIPOC vaccination policy

By Lucy Townend April 8, 2021

Gov. Phil Scott responded to criticism of his decision to prioritize Vermonters of color in a press release on April 5, calling the attacks “vitriolic and inappropriate.”  “Unfortunately,...

Middlebury Union High School is serving as one of the Covid-19 vaccination sites for students who scheduled appointments through the Department of Health.

Confusion spreads as students of color receive conflicting information on Covid-19 vaccinations

By Ideal Dowling April 1, 2021
With Covid-19 restrictions on travel and in-person gatherings, several student organizations have significantly altered their programming and seen changes to their active membership as a result.
Students who are eligible to get vaccinated in their home state may be allowed to leave Vermont for an appointment, but those who live further from Middlebury or do not have a car have faced greater challenges in accessing vaccinations.

On-campus students approved for day travel to home states for vaccination

By Roya Touran April 1, 2021
With on-campus learners required to stay within the boundaries of Addison County, Middlebury has been approving off-campus travel for students who can make a day trip to get vaccinated in their home state.

Legislature Reconsiders Vaccination Law

By Annie Grayer February 11, 2015

In light of a recent measles outbreak, which originated at Disneyland in December and has since grown to 102 cases in 14 states, the debate on child-vaccination laws in Vermont has been reignited. According...

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