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Friday, April 24 – Vermont's Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) issued further guidance to restart Vermont's economy in phases, in accordance with Addendum 10 and Addendum 11 to Governor Scott’s Executive Order 01-20. All businesses must adhere to Vermont Department of Health and CDC Guidelines.

Those working exclusively or largely outdoors who may resume operations now includes recreation maintenance (in addition to public works, tree works, park maintenance, and others), and the maximum is now five (5) total workers per location/job. Effective April 27, libraries may operate for curbside pickup. Effective May 1, farmers markets may open using limited in-person operations. In all cases, work settings and processes are subject to expanded health and safety measures, and employers must provide their employees with mandatory training on the health and safety requirements by May 4. VOSHA training is under development and will be released Monday, April 27.

Complete information is in the April 24 memo from Lindsay Kurrle, Secretary, Agency of Commerce and Community Development. The newest information is red.

The related press release: New Order from Governor Phil Scott Continues Phased Re-Opening; Expands Health & Safety Measures, Including Mandatory Training