Businesses and facilities like skate parks, tennis courts, ball fields, trail networks, and golf courses are allowed to reopen, said Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Secretary Julie Moore.
“As Vermont’s winter transforms into a bright and green spring, many of us, myself included, are itching to get outside and go a bit further afield,” Moore said.
Residents are no longer being asked to stay within 10 miles of their homes, she said. However, Gov. Phil Scott said anyone who crosses the border is still required to quarantine for 14 days.