New cases of COVID-19 in Milton dropped drastically from those of the previous three weeks as there were seven reported for the town between April 15-21, according to the Vermont Department of Health.
That is the fewest for a week since the Independent started tracking the data for the week ending Dec. 2, 2020. Prior to the latest reporting period, Milton had been averaging 20 new cases per week since mid-November.
Of Chittenden County’s 154 new cases discovered for the week, 4.5% of them were from Milton. That’s lower than the 7% of the county’s total cases since March 2020 that the town has accounted for.
Through April 22, 59% of Chittenden County had started or completed the vaccination process.
7: Number of new cases in Milton between April 15-21
473: Total cases for Milton since March 5, 2020
154: Total new cases in Chittenden County between April 15-21
464: Recent cases for Chittenden County (last 14 days) as of April 21
7.0: 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 (April 15-21)
- 0/11: New/total such instances for Milton Elementary School
- 0/5: New/total such instances for Milton High School
- 0/8: New/total such instances for Milton Middle School
3: New deaths in Vermont from April 15-21
243: Total deaths for Vermont through April 21
1: Deaths in Chittenden County between April 9-22
305,123: Number of people in Vermont to receive their first or second vaccination dose through April 22
210,256: Number of people in Vermont to have completed vaccination through April 22
81,787: Number of people vaccinated in Chittenden County through April 22
59.0: Percentage of Chittenden County vaccinated through April 22