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Vermont COVID-19 Case and Testing Statistics

As of Friday October 23 2020, Vermont had 2,016 cases of COVID-19 and 58 deaths. Over the past week, Vermont was finding 14 new cases per day on average and recording 0.0 deaths per day. Data for Vermont is provided by the COVID Tracking Project and will be updated daily.

Compare Vermont COVID-19 data to other states.

Vermont average daily new cases

The current 7 day rolling average of new case discovery in Vermont is 14.4. The 7 day rolling average of new case discovery last peaked on Thursday April 09 2020 at 41.4 and is now 27.0 lower (65.17%). From a post peak low of 2.0 on Friday May 15 2020, the 7 day rolling average of new case discovery for Vermont has now grown by 12.4 (621.43%).

Note: If testing is insufficient the above curve will underrepresent true case discovery. Nationwide daily testing per million residents is currently 3263.6. Reported Vermont testing per million residents per day is 1451.0. Vermont testing may be underreported or insufficient relative to the US as a whole.

Vermont average daily deaths

The current 7 day rolling average of reported deaths in Vermont is 0.0. The 7 day rolling average of reported deaths last peaked on Saturday April 18 2020 at 1.9 and is now 1.9 lower (100.00%). From a post peak low of 0.0 on Thursday May 14 2020, the 7 day rolling average of reported deaths for Vermont has now grown by 0.0 (NaN%).

Statistics for positive cases of COVID-19 in Vermont

Total Cases and Total Cases per 1M residents are cumulative counts. Daily Positive measures are rolling 7 day averages.

Date Total
Cases
Total
Cases
per 1M
Daily
Positives
(7d Avg)
Daily
Positives
per 1M
(7d Avg)
10/23/20 2,016 3,231 14 23.1
10/22/20 1,987 3,184 12 19.2
10/21/20 1,971 3,159 12 18.8
10/20/20 1,956 3,135 10 16.0
10/19/20 1,946 3,119 10 16.0
10/18/20 1,937 3,104 10 15.8
10/17/20 1,926 3,087 10 15.8
10/16/20 1,915 3,069 10 15.8
10/15/20 1,903 3,050 9 14.9
10/14/20 1,889 3,027 9 14.2
10/13/20 1,886 3,022 9 14.9
10/12/20 1,876 3,006 8 13.5
10/11/20 1,868 2,994 12 19.0
10/10/20 1,857 2,976 11 18.1
10/09/20 1,846 2,958 11 17.9

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Death statistics for COVID-19 in Vermont

Total Deaths and Total Deaths per 1M residents are cumulative counts. Daily Death measures are rolling 7 day averages.

Date Total
Deaths
Total
Deaths
per 1M
Daily
Deaths
(7d Avg)
Daily
Deaths
per 1M
(7d Avg)
10/23/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/22/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/21/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/20/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/19/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/18/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/17/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/16/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/15/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/14/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/13/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/12/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/11/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/10/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
10/09/20 58 93.0 0.0 0.0

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COVID-19 testing statistics in Vermont

All measures below are rolling 7 day averages except Total Tests and Total Tests per 1M residents which are cumulative counts of COVID-19 tests as of the date reported. Testing statistics are dependent on high quality reporting of negative test results by states. Not all states report all tests and thus some of these measures may not represent the true testing picture.

Date Total
Tests
Total
Tests
per 1M
Daily
Tests
(7d Avg)
Daily
Tests
per 1M
(7d Avg)
Daily
Positive
Rate
(7d Avg)
10/23/20 182,943 293,183 905 1,451 1.6%
10/22/20 181,677 291,154 850 1,362 1.4%
10/21/20 180,694 289,579 777 1,245 1.5%
10/20/20 179,713 288,007 736 1,180 1.4%
10/19/20 179,597 287,821 840 1,347 1.2%
10/18/20 178,460 285,999 805 1,290 1.2%
10/17/20 177,333 284,193 879 1,409 1.1%
10/16/20 176,605 283,026 881 1,412 1.1%
10/15/20 175,726 281,617 903 1,448 1.0%
10/14/20 175,256 280,864 1,034 1,656 0.9%
10/13/20 174,560 279,749 1,017 1,630 0.9%
10/12/20 173,715 278,394 887 1,422 0.9%
10/11/20 172,826 276,970 901 1,444 1.3%
10/10/20 171,179 274,330 770 1,235 1.5%
10/09/20 170,439 273,144 797 1,278 1.4%

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A final word on this analysis

Please take my calculations and amatuer epidemiological speculations with a grain of salt as I'm moving quickly to get what I hope are meaningful measures online. There may be errors in my data and my thinking! Also, this data may be revised as states revise and backfill their data.

These statistics were inspired by posts on Calculated Risk and the Bondad Blog regarding metrics to track for COVID-19.

Last but not least, thanks to the folks at COVID Tracking Project for making this data available to everyone.