For the period ending March 17, the Town of Milton registered slightly below its average number of new COVID-19 cases for a week since mid-November as recently reported by the Vermont Department of Health.
Milton had 14 new cases documented -- that being under the average of 17.9 since the fall -- which accounted for 7.6% of the new cases recorded in Chittenden County for the week -- that being above the 6.8% of the county’s total cases Milton has accounted for since last March.
There were no new instances of someone being determined to have been in a Milton Town School District building while infectious between March 11-17.
County wide, Chittenden had its fewest cases in five weeks, its 185 being below the average of 236.6 it has charted since mid-November.
14: Number of new cases in Milton between March 11-17
344: Total cases for Milton since March 5, 2020
185: Total new cases in Chittenden County between March 11-17
6.8: Percentage of total cases in Chittenden County stemming from Milton
6th: Where Milton sits on the list of most cases in Chittenden County
0: Number of new instances of a person being in a Milton Town School District building while being infectious (March 11-17)
- 0/6: New/total such instances for Milton Elementary School
- 0/5: New/total such instances for Milton High School
- 0/6: New/total such instances for Milton Middle School
6: New deaths in Vermont from March 11-17
217: Total deaths for Vermont through March 17
5: Deaths in Chittenden County between March 5-19
171,060: Number of people in Vermont to receive their first or second vaccination dose through March 19
91,813: Number of people in Vermont to have received both vaccination doses through March 19
44,423: Number of people vaccinated in Chittenden County through March 19