At this point, it is not known how many customers of Vermont’s largest Killington ski resort have tested positive.

According to the Vermont State Department of Health. Unfortunately, Eighty-six employees of Killington Resort have tested positive for Covid-19, Another 22 employees are symptomatic and awaiting the results of testing.

In cooperation with resort management, the department is planning three employee testing clinics at Killington, through Tuesday.

Also, two public testing clinics will also be held in the town on Jan 3rd, from 2 to 6 p.m., at the old fire station at Killington Road and Dean Hil

On the Killington Website, it states that,

Updated policy as of December 27, 2021:

Out of an abundance of caution to protect our team and others we are reinstating our face mask policy starting Monday, December 27. This policy requires all guests and employees, vaccinated or not, to wear a face mask covering their nose and mouth while indoors or riding our gondolas.

Also, In Vermont, the state Health Department says that if you have over 100 employees they must be vaccinated. Newly hired employees are required to show evidence that they have received at least one dose of the vaccine prior to employment, and we will require that they be fully vaccinated within 30 days of their start date.

Also, new Masking rules apply to neighboring Pico Ski Resort.

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