COVID-19 Total Cases and Deaths in Vermont

Created on April 15, 2020.
By Mershack Okoe.
Data Updated on June 27, 2022 12:44 PM.

We took a look at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Vermont using data from Johns Hopkins University. Here, we show the total COVID-19 cases and deaths, as well as the cases and deaths per 100K of the residents of Vermont. We calculate the COVID-19 cases and deaths per 100K residents for counties in Vermont using the 2019 population estimates from the US Census Bureau (CO-EST2019-ANNRES).

Summary of COVID-19 Cases in Vermont

Cases
135,030
Cases Per 100K
21,638
Deaths
682
Deaths Per 100K
109

Use the map below to interactively explore the total cases and deaths, and the cases and deaths per capita. Use the time slider to explore the progress over time. We also have a table of the data below. You can use the table to filter, sort, and explore the data further.

Note: We update this data daily based on new data from Johns Hopkins University. Currently, we update this data once every morning EST time. As such, these results, mostly reflects updates at the close of the previous day.

Last Updated on: June 27, 2022 12:44 PM
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Vermont COVID-19 Total Cases
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County Cases Cases Per 100K Deaths Deaths Per 100K
Addison 6,211 16,789 20 54
Bennington 10,776 30,328 73 205
Caledonia 6,089 20,392 29 97
Chittenden 36,167 22,064 180 110
Essex 1,343 21,855 3 49
Franklin 10,568 21,400 68 138
Grand Isle 1,164 16,149 5 69
Lamoille 4,070 16,011 17 67
Orange 4,614 16,016 14 49
Orleans 6,887 25,570 38 141
Rutland 14,514 24,970 78 134
Unassigned 1,922 3
Washington 13,015 22,264 55 94
Windham 7,485 17,726 40 95
Windsor 10,205 18,544 59 107