Other ways you can help
Amidst profound upheaval in personal routines and anxiety about the health and safety of our community, many people have asked how they can support Vermont hospitals and their patients, families and front-line caregivers. Here are some ways you can be involved.
Governor Scott has set up a website where you can find opportunities to volunteer with the state’s COVID-19 response.
Be Counted in the 2020 Census
As we all get through this challenging time together, it’s important not to let the small, but important things slip through the cracks. The US is currently reaching out to Americans for self-responses to the 2020 census. Being sure Vermonters are counted is important to securing Congressional representation, as well as funding for many important services, including those of hospitals. Respond to the census at My2020Census.gov. The more people who respond online or by phone, the fewer census workers need to go out into the field in person when we should all be social distancing.
Stay up to date with local Coronavirus information
- Visit the healthvermont.org to see the latest statistics and other information about COVID-19 and what Vermont is doing to quell the spread and care for Vermonters.
- Visit the VAHHS website for information both for the general public and for health care providers.