Vaccination rates in Franklin County

An online vaccination rate tracker at healthvermont.gov can help you keep up-to-date with Vermont's vaccination progress.

Vaccination rates continue to climb statewide overall, but there are still some pockets of Franklin County that are well below average: the towns of Berkshire, Georgia and Fletcher all reported vaccination rates of less than 10%, according to the state’s online tracker at healthvermont.gov.

Here are the vaccination rates for all of the towns in Franklin County:

  • Alburg: 61-70%
  • Berkshire: Less than 10%
  • Bakersfield: 31-40%
  • Enosburg: Over 90%
  • Fairfield: Over 90%
  • Fairfax: 81-90%
  • Fletcher: Less than 10%
  • Franklin: 71-80%
  • Georgia: Less than 10%
  • Highgate: 31-40%
  • Montgomery: 61-70%
  • Richford: 71-80%
  • Sheldon: 51-60%
  • Swanton: 81-90%
  • St. Albans: 81-90%

(1) comment

Paul Jacobson

How does the state calculate percent vaccinated for each town? I have a hard time believing that any town is less than 10% vaccinated. If it is calculated by zip code then Georgia wouldn't have anyone vaccinated since it uses zip codes from St. Albans, Milton and Fairfax.

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