The first link is to the most current information from the Vermont Health Department. Please be sure to consult this page often.
Governor Scott issued his first executive order in response to the COVID-19 corona virus on March 13. You can find Governor Scott's Executive Orders in response to COVID-19 here.
Rabies Clinic to License Your Dog
The Hardwick Veterinary Clinic is holding Rabies Clinics on two additional Saturdays, March 28 and April 11 from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM. The cost is $20 and no appointments are necessary. To help keep everyone as isolated as possible, they ask you to please leave your pet in the car, enter the clinic to complete paperwork, and they will let you know when to bring your pets.
The Clinic asks that anyone not feeling well or showing any flu or cold-like symptoms to please stay home. "We would like to remain open to help the community’s pets stay healthy."
You can call the Hardwick Veterinary Clinic at 802-472-8400 with questions. They're located at 64 North Main Street, Hardwick, VT 05843.
We can't be reminded enough to wash our hands and not touch our faces. Do you remember to wash under your fingernails?
If you are able, be sure to check in with your neighbors to see if they need anything. COVID-19 is a call to come together to help and care for each. As always, if you're healthy, practice self-care so you stay that way by boosting your immune system in ways that work for you.
To that end, Plainfield's Town Health Office, Baylen Slote is holding Tai Chi classes outside on the lawn of the Grace Methodist Church, every afternoon, seven days/week at 4:30 PM.