Earlier this week the State of Vermont announced that more than 80% of eligible Vermonters had received at least the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. That milestone led Governor Phil Scott to officially lift all COVID-19 restrictions and formally end the 15-month state of emergency.
As covered by the New York Times, Vermont leads the nation in vaccination rate and is the first state to vaccinate 80% of eligible residents. So, what is it like to live in the safest and most vaccinated state in the country? The Wall Street Journal recently visited the state to remember what life was like before COVID-19.