Governor Ned Lamont said the state is seeing the biggest spike of coronavirus in people 10 to 19-years-old.
Governor Ned Lamont has delivered on a campaign promise to make Connecticut more business-friendly. Wednesday he announced a one-stop-shop for businesses looking to start up in CT.
It’s the question that’s on the mind of many parents and educators in Connecticut. How do we send our kids back to school, and do so safely for everyone involved? And like most questions of that nature, it’s a question that raises as many more questions as it answers.
State and Community Health Center partnership continues push for more testing at nursing homes, assisted living facilities
Testing has been vigorous in New Britain. There have been 91 COVID-19 deaths and more than 1,000 positive tests.
34 states, Puerto Rico now listed with high COVID-19 infection rates in Connecticut’s travel advisory
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.
May 20, Save the Date! 17 days from now is the day Governor Ned Lamont is targeting for taking ‘baby steps’ to get the state reopened amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
State leaders want more people to get tested for COVID-19 ahead of the state reopening May 20, and they are pushing to bring more test sites to at-risk communities.
‘I felt left out’: Self-employed now able to apply for second phase of unemployment benefits after weeks of waiting
The self-employed can now apply for the second phase of the unemployment application process after weeks of waiting and mixed signals from the state’s Department of Labor.
In a Thursday briefing, Governor Ned Lamont and state officials detailed the criteria for phase one of reopening the state.
With 43% of all COVID-19 deaths in Connecticut occurring among nursing home patients, the National Guard is now stepping in to assist the Department of Public Health monitor infection control and PPE at all nursing and assisted living facilities in the state.