Gov. Phil Scott made the announcement Monday morning and said, as promised, he is dropping all existing COVID restrictions.
Gov. Phil Scott is removing all COVID-19 restrictions as a result.
The state’s positivity rate and hospitalizations continued to fall, as they have with few exceptions since April.
All four nations on at least 45 per cent individually
Twelve U.S. states now have 70% of adult residents with at least one Covid vaccine shot, CDC data published Tuesday shows.
Maryland was on the verge of half of all state residents being fully vaccinated against COVID-19, as of Monday, and the state’s positivity rate and hospitalizations continue to decline, according to the state.
In a statement, Mayor Jenny Durkan said Seattle is the "most vaccinated major city" in America and said over 70 percent of the city's population over 12 years old has begun the vaccination process.
As of July 12, 52.8 percent of Americans had received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 43.6 percent had been fully vaccinated.
Biden has said he wants 70% of the US at least partially vaccinated by July 4. Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Wyoming are lagging behind.
With vaccinations underway across the U.S. and world, Illinois is still in the first phase of its program. Here’s where the state stands.