Our thoughts on the Corona virus and the future of weddings this year

While no one can predict the future of wedding events in Vermont this year, one thing is for sure. Any gatherings will surely be limited and those events will require a whole lot of protocols. With the way things are opening up in lare May and June, it looks as if small weddings may be possible...what the industry is calling "minimalist weddings." The Center for Disease Control and Prevention still recommends that Americans cancel gatherings of more than 10 people “for organizations that serve higher-risk populations. Added to this are Vermont's regulations for quaranteeing. It's 14 days at the moment for any out of state visitors.

If you are planning to book this season, expect your gathing and your venue facilities to be extremely limited, but not impossible.

COVID-19 cases, by county

Mouse over or click on a county to view deaths and the rate by population. Updated by the VT Department of Health around 1 p.m. daily