A Scam Alert, New Vermont COVID-19 Vaccine information, and 60 day Vermont registrations can be obtained on-line, All news you can use from the NPD.

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Hello Norwich,

Tonight I thought I would share some new information from the Norwich Police department that can help you to avoid being scammed, provide some preliminary info on the vaccines that are coming soon, and for those that are seeking a temporary Vermont registration, you can now obtain the registration on line.

Check out these 3 articles and please continue to stay safe

Norwich VT Police Department

January 13 at 1:06 PM · 

***SCAM ALERT***
Scammers are calling electricity customers and claiming that they will cut off power immediately unless payment is made.

Hang up! Do not provide payment or personal information. If you have concerns about the legitimacy of a utility disconnection call, hang up and contact your utility company directly, using contact information you know to be valid.

Right now, the scam is targeting Vermont electricity customers and claiming to be “Green Mountain Power.” This scam has used other utility company names in the past, including Vermont Electric Co-op, and Burlington Electric.

If you have questions about this scam, or have lost money to this scam, please call the Consumer Assistance Program at 800-649-2424.

1. VT COVID-19 vaccine registration for people 75 and older will begin 1/25.  Vaccine clinics will start on 1/27. People will register online, or by calling a phone number. The website and phone number will be announced on or before January 25, in addition to other details.


2. People who have certain high-risk health conditions will be able to receive the vaccine once vaccinations of the 65+ age groups are complete. These conditions are: Current cancer, Chronic kidney disease, COPD, also called emphysema, Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies, Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system), Severe obesity, Pregnancy, Type 2 diabetes mellitus, Down Syndrome, Sickle cell disease


3. Current COVID-19 Activity in Vermont: New cases: 142 (9,734 total)Currently hospitalized: 44Hospitalized in ICU: 6Hospitalized under investigation: 1Percent Positive (7-day average): 2.7%People tested: 284,215Total tests: 788,759Total people recovered: 6,506Deaths: 163


4. NH no longer requires quarantine after travel for those who are 14 days post second dose of COVID19 Vaccine, or those who have tested positive via PCR or antigen  test within the past 90 days and are now recovered.
5. NH vaccines distributed: 86,275


6. Current COVID-19 Activity in New Hampshire NH Persons with COVID-19 54,778Recovered 47,153Deaths Attributed to COVID-19 897Total Current COVID-19 Cases 6,728Current Hospitalizations 270

Chief Jennifer Frank, Norwich, VT Police
10 Hazen Street / P.O. Box 311, Norwich, VT
(802)649-1460 (O), (802)649-1775 (F)
Jennifer.Frank@Vermont.gov

Norwich VT Police Department

The DMV has created an on-line transaction feature that allows for customers to purchase a 60 day Temporary Registration on-line. This transaction requires the customer to enter their name, address, and vehicle information and pay a $6.00 fee.

Upon completion, the customer will be able to print a temporary registration plate and the corresponding temporary registration—both on standard 8.5x11” sheets of paper.

The customer will only be able to purchase one temporary registration. The temporary plate once issued will; need to be displayed in the back window or rear of the vehicle. This temporary registration can be used for inspection purposes.