Milton tied its record for its highest number of new COVID-19 cases in a seven-day period as recently reported by the Vermont Department of Health.
The town tallied 37 new cases between March 25-31 – that being as many as were documented for the week ending Jan. 13. That fed into a Chittenden County spike of 470 new cases during the week which was over 100 more than the 363 reported for the week ending Jan. 13 – the highest weekly total since the Independent started tracking the data in mid-November.
Statewide, Vermont recorded its highest single-day number of new cases with 251 being reported for March 25 – that being followed by another 194 and 233 March 27 and 31, respectively.
37: Number of new cases in Milton between March 25-31
397: Total cases for Milton since March 5, 2020
470: Total new cases in Chittenden County between March 25-31
819: Recent cases for Chittenden County (last 14 days) as of March 31
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
4: Number of new instances of a person being in a Milton Town School District building while being infectious (March 25-31)
- 2/8: New/total such instances for Milton Elementary School
- 0/5: New/total such instances for Milton High School
- 2/8: New/total such instances for Milton Middle School
4: New deaths in Vermont from March 25-31
227: Total deaths for Vermont through March 31
4: Deaths in Chittenden County between March 21 - April 3
219,981: Number of people in Vermont to receive their first or second vaccination dose through April 2
131,925: Number of people in Vermont to have completed vaccination through April 2
56,095: Number of people vaccinated in Chittenden County through April 2
40.5: Percentage of Chittenden County vaccinated through April 2