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With temperatures warming, this is the time when we normally start thinking about vacations, family gatherings and neighborhood barbecues. Of course, everything is different this year. But it’s important to remind ourselves every day that our collective actions thus far are making a difference in flattening the COVID-19 curve, and we’re going to get through this. It will take all of us, working with perseverance and patience, to slow the spread of this illness. So we at UVM Health Network are asking that you stay the course: Stay home, maintain distance from others, wash your hands and make sure you seek medical care when you need it. Let’s stick together in the fight against this virus so that, in the not-so-distant future, we can all be together again.

John R. Brumsted, MD
President and CEO
The University of Vermont Health Network


Stay Home Stay Safe Resources

It’s still important that we all stay home to slow the spread. Find information on how to protect yourself, cleaning and disinfecting your home, and self-isolating if you are sick.


Is My Video Appointment Secure?

Find out how we are ensuring that your video appointment is secure, so you can get the care you need from the safety of your home. Plus, find tips for keeping your family video chats private.


Coping with the Stress of Isolation

Whether we are social distancing alone or with family, staying connected and managing those connections is critical for our personal wellbeing (and our immune systems). 


Staying Active While Staying Safe Around the House

In a new world of social distancing, staying safe while being active comes with new challenges. Read these tips for staying safe - and injury-free.


How Do We Celebrate Milestones in a "Stay at Home" World?

Tips for celebrating life's milestones, and honoring our family and friends, from the safety of home.

UVMHN News and Updates

Answers to Your COVID-19 Questions From Our Infectious Disease Expert 

Should I wear gloves in public? Is take-out food safe to eat? Can my pet get COVID-19? Find answers to your questions about COVID-19 along with daily updates.