Following are a list of useful resources and information regarding COVID-19 and Vermont
 
General Information on COVID-19 and Vermont including quarantines, stay-at-home mandates, and business closures: 
 
Apply for Unemployment.
Vermont has a step-by-step guide to complete your unemployment claim.  
 
Information on Rent, Mortgage, Home Taxes and More from the Vermont Angency of Commerce and Community Development
 
Legal Information and Assistance for Vermonters such as information on evictions, foreclosures and more from Legal Services Vermont.
 
Put together by Senator Bernie Sanders' office.
 
HCRS has started up a warm line for individuals in our communities who need someone to talk to during this pandemic. It operates 7 days a week, 7:30AM-10:30PM. They also have a hotline for those experiencing a mental health emergency.
 
US National Information on COVID-19 from the New York Times free Corona Virus Coverage 
 
How You Can Help: 
Website Where Vermonters Can Volunteer to Assist in Vermont's COVID-19 Response, either as back-up medical workers or in providing child care, grocery delivery, pet care, etc.
Windsor, VT COVID-19 Neighbors Helping Neighbors. Are you a Windsor resident who needs help getting groceries, etc? Or are you someone who would like to offer help to elders or people with disabilities who cannot risk going to a store right now? Check out this wonderful community resource that connects helpers with those needing their help.