Covid-19 town response

The town of Woodbury has received a few inquiries from residents wanting to know if they can help in any way with the town’s response to the COVID 19 pandemic. One of the most important things we can do is check in and watch out for each other, particularly those we know are most vulnerable. Helping our neighbors includes being aware that our personal face to face contact can contribute to the spread of the virus and compromise ourselves and the very people we are trying to help. If there are neighbors or folks in town you may be concerned about please try to contact them by phone or e-mail first. If you are contacting them in person, please be sensitive to the 6 foot “safe distance” protocol advised by the health department.

Town officials have begun to gather a list of those who might warrant our concern and of those wanting to help in some way to better facilitate an organized town response to this expected need. A simple form has been developed to help coordinate this effort and is attached to this e-mail. If you are in need of assistance, know of someone who may need assistance or if you would like to provide assistance, please fill out and return the attached form to the town office…  456-7051 or Michael Gray…  456-1983.  Please forward this e-mail to anyone you know in Woodbury that may not have received this e-mail to insure this gets to as many residents as possible. Postal responses for returning the form can be sent to the  Woodbury Town Office, P.O. Box 10, Woodbury, Vt. 0581 or Michael Gray, 1956 Foster Hill Road, East Calais, Vt. 05650.