Connecticut’s State Public Health Laboratory has discovered false positive Covid-19 test results.
People coming from high-risk states — those with a 10% or more COVID positive rate — are required to fill out an online travel health form and quarantine for 14 days. Failure to comply could result in a $1,000 fine.
The Connecticut State Department of Education is set to make an announcement on Thursday regarding the reopening plan for PK-12 schools across the state amid the pandemic.
The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services is reminding residents and retail stores that the state’s single-use plastic bag tax will go back into effect on July 1.
Day three of Connecticut’s Phase Two reopening, and we know the state has focused a lot of attention on testing and increasing the number of tests given out weekly.
32 states, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands now listed on Connecticut’s travel advisory; RI removed from list
Connecticut expanded the list of states with high COVID-19 infection rates that are covered under the regional travel advisory, which will take into effect beginning today.
More than 9,550 residents at nursing homes, assisted living facilities in CT test positive for COVID-19
The state has released new numbers showing how coronavirus is impacting those in assisted living facilities and nursing homes.
Be a little more careful is the message Governor Ned Lamont has for young people as the number of COVID-19 cases among teens in Connecticut continues to rise.
STORRS, Conn. (WTNH) — The University of Connecticut Athletic Department announced in a release Wednesday morning the Huskies football team will not be playing any games this season. “After receiving guidance from state and public health officials and consulting with football student-athletes, we’ve decided that we will not compete on the gridiron this season,” director […]
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection closed State Parks, State Forests, and State Campgrounds at noon on Tuesday in advance of Tropical Storm Isaias.