UPDATE: 4/9/2020 (Woodstock, VT)
Keeping Woodstock Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Concerned about COVID-19 (aka coronavirus)? Unsure of who to call if you have questions? Don’t worry, Woodstock’s Emergency Operations Committee has a plan for keeping you and your family both safe and informed. We receive information daily from the State and will share this with you. All posts are reviewed by David Green, Woodstock’s Emergency Manager.
Continued Social Distancing and Hand Washing are Essential
Dr. Levine stressed that the most effective way to slow the virus’s spread is to continue to follow the Governor’s Stay Home, Stay Safe Order, respect social distancing, and be vigilant in regularly washing hands and not touching your face. The sacrifices Vermonters are making is beginning to show promising results in slowing the spread, but we must keep up the good work for quite a bit longer to keep us all healthy and safe in the future.
If you are or someone you know is in crisis.
Feeling anxious, confused, overwhelmed or powerless is common during an infectious disease outbreak. If you or someone you know needs emotional support, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Trained helpers are available 24/7. Or text VT to 741741 to talk to someone at the Crisis Text Line. For more information visit healthvermont.gov/suicide.
YOUR HEALTH AND SAFETY
YOUR TOWN & VILLAGE OPERATIONS
- Letter to Second Homeowners
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention site on COVID-19
- Vermont Department of Health
- University of Vermont Health Network
- Call 211 with any questions you have
- COVID19 and the Ottaquechee Health Center
- Stop the Spread of Germs
- Workplace School and Home Guidance
- Preventing the Spread of Coronavirus Disease in Homes and Residential Communities