Covid

HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS

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"STAY SAFE" INITIATIVE

In conjunction with the Vermont Department of Health and the American Hotel and Lodging Association, The Vermont Inn is focused on enhanced hotel cleaning practicees, social interactions and workplace protocols to meet the new health and safety challenges and expectations presented by Covid-19. AHLA's initiative "Stay Safe", seeks to ensure hotel guests and employees are confident in the cleanliness and safety of hotels and country inns.

Guidelines

  • All vaccinated guests no longer need to wear masks or social distance or quarantine
  • Social distancing and mask-wearing in common areas for guests not vaccinated
  • Please note due to HIPA we do NOT ask for proof of vaccination
  • More frequent cleaning and disinfecting of all areas, including front desk check-in counter, door handles, public bathrooms, room keys and locks, guest rooms, fitness area, and more.
  • The use of EPA-approved disinfectants that meet CDC requirements for use and effectiveness against viruses, bacteria, and other airborne and blood-borne pathogens.
  • Implementation of advanced safety and cleaning training for our staff
  • Daily health monitoring of our staff
  • Regular monitoring of health and safety directives from the CDC and the State of Vermont

     For further information on the “Stay Safe” guidelines, please visit http://www.ahla.com/safestay.

Current State of Vermont Guidelines for Out-of-State Guests

VACCINATION: If it’s been at least fourteen days since your last injection, you may travel to Vermont without any further restrictions.

NEED TO QUARANTINE IF TRAVELING HERE BY PRIVATE VEHICLE: If you have yet to complete a vaccination regimen, you may enter the state if traveling by personal vehicle and either completed a 7-day quarantine in your home state  and received a negative Covid test or quarantined for 14 days in your home state.  Otherwise you will need to quarantine in Vermont for either 7 days and receive a negative Covid test or quarantine for the total 14 days in Vermont.  Quarantine may be in a private home or a Vermont lodging facility.

NEED TO QUARANTINE IF YOU ARE TRAVELING BY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: If you have not completed your Covid vaccination, you will need to quarantine in Vermont for 7 days with a negative Covid test or a total of 14 days quarantine. The quarantine may be in the home of family or friends or at a lodging facility. 

We're Happy to Answer Any Other Questions...

Give Us a Call

Our phone number is 802-775-0708.

Send Us an Email

Our email address is innkeepers@vtinn.net.

Drop By and Talk

Our friendly front-desk staff are available to answer any of your questions up to 10 PM. After that, please call the inn's number and you'll be connected to our innkeepers, who live onsite.