Coronavirus VermontFormer gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist shares story of battle against COVID-19April 16, 2020Publisher Christine Hallquist, who ran for Vermont governor in 2018, tested positive for COVID-19 in early April. Here’s her story. Source link Total 0 Shares Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin it 0 Related TopicsbattleCandidateChristineCOVID19GubernatorialHallquistSharesstoryVermont COVID-19 Previous Article Coronavirus Vermont Shelburne gym owner fights to stay afloat April 16, 2020Publisher View Post Next Article Coronavirus Vermont Essex Junction business donates masks to give back to community April 16, 2020Publisher View Post You May Also Like View Post Vermont reports 81 new cases as state heads into Thanksgiving November 25, 2020 View Post Vermont group tailors unique masks for high school band November 18, 2020 View Post State’s response to Slate Ridge frustrates locals who, for years, have asked for help November 11, 2020 View Post Birx visits UVM, praises COVID response October 10, 2020 View Post Fact-check: Did the governor really suggest a 5% budget cut amid the pandemic? October 2, 2020 View Post Thank you to our new members! September 26, 2020 View Post Latest coronavirus numbers — WCAX continuing coverage September 19, 2020 View Post Burlington to Memorialize a Site of Black Vermonters’ 19th-Century Enslavement September 12, 2020 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.