Gov. Lamont announces app to help with opioid addiction

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Addressing the opioid epidemic, Governor Ned Lamont held a news conference on Monday to announce new statewide efforts to help with opioid addiction.

Governor Lamont was joined by other local leaders, medical professionals and first responders at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford to unveil an app and talk about efforts being made to combat the opioid crisis in the state.

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Gov. Lamont addressed everyone on Monday afternoon at 2 p.m.

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