Some good news for those itching to ski in Vermont this season, yet are unable to undergo the proper quarantine the state is requesting for visitation.
Beginning this week, travelers who have been fully-vaccinated against COVID-19 — meaning they have received both shots — may visit Vermont, two weeks later, without quarantine.
“I want to be very clear: We’re going to do this carefully and methodically like we have throughout the pandemic, and I’m asking for your patience as we work our way through this process,” Gov. Phil Scott told reporters.
That news could certainly provide a boost for Vermont’s summer tourism, by which point many more will, presumably, have gotten the COVID-19 vaccination. But what it means for skiing is a little more hazy based on the vaccine’s distribution.