The latest COVID-19 numbers (May 30)
MIDDLEBURY — The Vermont Department of Health (DOH) today, Saturday, May 30, reported a total of 63 Addison County residents had tested positive for COVID-19 thus far. The county has registered its first new case in several days.
The DOH provides limited data on town-by-town coronavirus cases. According to that data, Vergennes has reported 10 COVID-19 cases thus far, and Bristol has had seven. None of Addison County’s 21 other communities have reported more than five cases, according to the DOH.
Statewide, 977 Vermonters have tested positive for the coronavirus so far, according to the DOH, up from 975 cases yesterday. Fifty-five Vermonters have died from the disease. Another 40 patients are being monitored. Meanwhile, 886 Vermonters have completed monitoring. The Vermont Department of Health has conducted 32,667 COVID-19 tests as of today.
Health department officials on Saturday said one person is currently hospitalized statewide for COVID-19. Meanwhile, 13 patients are being investigated for COVID-19 at various Vermont hospitals, down from 17 yesterday.
Chittenden County has reported the most coronavirus cases, with 449, according to the DOH. Franklin County has the second-most, with 99, followed by Windham County’s 81. Addison County is next with 63, according to the DOH. Next is Bennington County with 63 confirmed cases, followed by 55 for Rutland County and 51 for Windsor County, according to the DOH.
Every Vermont County has now recorded at least one positive test for COVID-19, according to the DOH.