Summer Safety | Healthy Vermonters 2020 | 'It's OK to Ask'
June 17 - With all the rain, here's the information you need to play it safe. Stay away from dangerous swim holes, and know how to manage any flooding.
Eat right, Exercise, Get your HIV test
In Vermont, testing is FREE and ANONYMOUS.
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