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Vermont deserves to celebrate the remarkable public health campaign that has pushed the state’s vaccination rate past 80 percent and dramatically reduced the threat of COVID-19. But as we savor the return to normal, we cannot forget that a different public health challenge has only become more urgent. Last year opioid-related deaths in Vermont were up 38 percent from 2019. But before the pandemic, Vermont was making progress in the effort to help people climb out of addiction, and it can do so again. Here’s how.

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Three Things You Can Do to Help Vermont's Arts Scene

Vermont's arts and cultural organizations are an industry valued at more than $123 million, yet the pandemic has created a serious threat—cutting revenue at some locations by as much as 80 percent. Our latest brief shares three actions you can take today to help Vermont's arts and cultural organizations continue to weather the pandemic.

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