We are nearly three months into the pandemic. How are we doing? At least for the present, COVID-19 is fading away in Vermont.
The following graph shows COVID-19 cases in Vermont, both new cases reported each day from March 1 through May 28 and the 7-day average (click on any image to enlarge):
There was 1 new case yesterday and there have been 975 cases to date.
The following graph shows COVID-19 deaths in Vermont:
There have been 55 deaths reported, the last one on May 24.
The first graph shows the results of testing. It should be noted that testing has increased substantially over the period shown in the graph. At the beginning of the pandemic, tests were severely rationed because they were in short supply. Testing capacity is abundant now, and the state is regularly testing 1,000 or more people per day. (link) Yet the 7-day average of positive tests has been below 10 since April 19.
Data for the graphs are from the Vermont Department of Health, but I created the graphs myself so there is room for error there. Readers are welcome to check my work.
For data about other states (especially New York and Massachusetts) see the subsequent post: COVID-19 in Other States.