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As COVID-19 cases increase across Vermont, we’ll provide you a daily view into the numbers.

Each day, the state releases new data around active cases, deaths and more. And daily, each county releases the number of new cases as well as recent cases over a 14-day period. Both the state’s data and the county numbers will be featured here.

As of Monday morning, two new cases of COVID-19 had been reported in Franklin County. According to Vermont's COVID-19 dashboard, 193 people in total have tested positive for COVID-19 in Franklin County since March.

An individual has tested positive for the novel coronavirus causing COVID-19 in Grand Isle County following several days of there being no new cases reported in the small, northwestern county.

As of Monday morning, 37 cases in total have been identified in Grand Isle County since the first cases of COVID-19 in Vermont were confirmed in March.

Statewide, health officials reported another 85 people had tested positive for COVID-19 by Monday morning, bringing the state's total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases to just above 3,700.

Deaths attributed to complications of COVID-19 in Vermont remained at 63 as of the health department's latest update Monday morning.

Today's Vermont data

Here's a look at the daily reported numbers for Franklin County

Here's a look at the daily reported numbers for Grand Isle County

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