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Pownal residents reach out to Congressional delegation after mail stops for a week Pownal residents went without mail for a week, and locals are reaching out to Washington for answers. Get up to speed in under 15 minutes with The Frequency every weekday morning. Heat index values in the mid- to upper 90s are expected today, reaching up to degrees in Burlington, Middlebury and Glens Falls.
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Consumer prices rose 5. That means hot temperatures and high humidity may cause heat exhaustion or heat stroke.
All three members of Vermont's Congressional delegation say they've heard from Pownal residents and are making inquiries with the postal service. Virus-linked hospitalizations ticked down slightly to Seven people are in intensive care. for the latest on new casesand find the latest vaccination data online any time. NPR News. Health officials say no one connected to the outbreak has been hospitalized. The paper reports mail in Pownal began arriving on Monday.
Peter Hirschfeld. But that same modeling forecasts a decline in cases by the middle of September.
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Inside VPR. Play Live Radio. National Weather Service warns of dangerous heat today, tomorrow The National Weather Services continues to caution about dangerously hot weather expected in New York and Vermont today and tomorrow. Cases among children have been steadily growing, but the s appear to show that severe illness, hospitalization and death are rare in children infected with the coronavirus. Residents complained about the lack of deliveries — some going more than a week without mail — as well as a lack of notice about the pause in service.
Pownal residents went without mail for a week, and locals are reaching out to Washington for answers.
Elodie Reed. How about an newsletter? VTDigger reportsto date, there have been 30 COVID infections linked to outbreaks at summer camps in Vermont, and 14 cases linked with child care facility outbreaks.
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Vermont Edition. That's up from 13 cases reported over the weeked, mostly among campers who are 12 or younger and therefore unvaccinated.
The National Weather Services continues to caution about dangerously hot weather expected in New York and Vermont today and tomorrow. Send us a message or tweet us vprnet.
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Scott says vaccine mandates can protect public health, and the bottom line. The paper reports no one at the local post office returned requests to explain the stop, but a Boston-area post office spokesperson blamed a nationwide struggle to find enough workers.
The latest report from climate scientists provides a stark warning about how fast the planet is changing. Joe Hernandez. And Gov. Phil Scott says Vermonters should prepare for even higher s ahead, as the delta variant moves through the population. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn .
VPR News. The coronavirus pandemic accelerated losses to a labor force that's hit its lowest point in nearly 30 years. VPR Staff.
The Bennington Banner reports mail failed to arrive — and outgoing mail wasn't picked up — across Pownal last week. Here are the top takeaways. Forecasters urge the public to take extra precautions if you work or spend time outdoors, avoid or reschedule strenuous activities to the early morning or evening, and to stay hydrated with plenty of fluids. VPR Classical. Add our daily briefing to your morning routine.
As Vermont's pandemic state of emergency has ended and coronavirus restrictions lifted statewide, we will no longer be reporting daily case s at the top of this post. Related Content. Have questions, comments or tips? Here's one thing to watch going forward: How rising wages impacts inflation. That state's vaccination rate remains at The CDC recommends wearing masks indoors in those areas, regardless of your vaccination status.