COVID-19 NH & VT State & Federal Updates

COVID-19 NH & VT State & Federal Updates

Helping you to Be Ready with information on COVID-19 NH, VT and Federal updates regarding executive orders, business resources, and Coronavirus stimulus packages.

State  Updates:


    • Stay at Home 2.0

    • May 1, 2020 Governor Chris Sununu issued Emergency Order #40 as part of the state's efforts to respond to COVID-19.
    • The Order extends and modifies Emergency Order #17 (Closure of non-essential businesses and requiring Granite Staters to stay at home) and extends the Stay at Home date until May 31, 2020. It also contains phase-in plans for certain businesses to reopen. For those details, click here

Click here to see the list of essential businesses.



  • Governor Phil Scott Extends State of Emergency as data driven restart continues


  • New Order from Governor Phil Scott Continues Phased Re-Opening; Expands Health & Safety Measures, Including Mandatory Training

      • The Governor's most recent order, signed Friday, directs any entity currently operating, or soon to be opened, to implement specified physical distancing, health and sanitation measures, including requiring employees to wear face coverings for nose and mouth.  It also requires all employers to provide - and all employees to complete - training on these health and safety requirements by May 4th
        • VT Dept of Labor and VOSHA have provided this training document to be used to train all employees

complianceFederal Updates


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