The Vermont summer tourist season - normally well under way now at least in the planning and booking phase - is off to a slow start, with Gov. Phil Scott keeping it in lockdown and telling the summer folks to stay where they are.
But with the number of cases of coronavirus still high in neighboring states like New York and Massachusetts, Scott said out-of-staters should not visit and if they do come to Vermont, be prepared to quarantine for two weeks. “My message is to stay home, if you can, and not come to Vermont at this point in time,” Scott said during a press conference on the crisis. “Hopefully we'll get to a point in the not too-distant future, where...we're actually encouraging people to enjoy our beautiful state, but not today,” he added."
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