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Connecticut Schools, Restaurants, Bars, Hair Salons and Just About Everything Else Closed Until May 20
On Thursday, state leaders said schools and non-essential businesses will not reopen until at least May 20, as the coronavirus pandemic continues on. Connecticut schools, bars, restaurants and many other businesses will remain closed “at least” until May 20, Lamont said. “I wouldn’t be surprised that May 20 date gets extended as well,” he added. […]
Among 215 nursing homes in CT, 83 (39%) have had at least one confirmed case of COVID-19. Atotal of 660 nursing home residents with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 have been identifiedof whom 188 (28%) were hospitalized and 99 (15%) have died. In light of the surge, Governor Lamont announced a partnership with Connecticut’s long-term care facilities to […]
Governor Lamont Directs Flags Lowered to Half-Staff in Honor of Those Who Have Lost Their Lives or Have Been Affected by COVID-19
Governor Ned Lamont announced that he is directing U.S. and State of Connecticut flags to be lowered to half-staff statewide effective immediately in recognition and mourning of all those who have lost their lives and been affected by COVID-19. The flags will remain lowered throughout the emergency. Accordingly, since no flag should fly higher than […]
Once the snow melted, springtime in Connecticut quickly takes hold, rewarding us with colorful gardens, open fields, flowering trees and wonderful spring festivals. In April and May, the cherry blossoms, tulips, daffodils and dogwoods come into bloom. Here are a few of the biggest and best viewing opportunities, as well as some suggestions for other places […]
With social distancing being the new norm amid the COVID-19 pandemic, one company is tracking how well Americans are doing it by using cell phone data. Unacast gave each state a grade based on how well they are with distancing themselves from others. The Unacast online social distancing scoreboard rates states and counties throughout the country with letter […]
COVID-19 has affected nearly every aspect of life, including the way we dine. But many dishes from popular spots can still be enjoyed while following the CDC’s recommendations. We’ve gathered a list of notable Connecticut restaurants that have shifted their offerings to accommodate safety during this trying time. Beer, wine, and cocktails may even be available […]
The current COVID-19 public health emergency is creating a labor crisis for health care facilities and nonprofits across the state that serve vulnerable people on the frontlines. Non-medical volunteers are needed to help health care facilities and community providers continue to provide crucial services. Non-Medical Volunteers Frontline nonprofits – particularly food banks/pantries, meal delivery services, and homeless […]
600 Connecticut Nursing Home Residents Test Positive for Coronavirus, First Positive Isolation Home Set to Open
Connecticut’s nursing homes and senior care facilities have been hard hit by the coronavirus, which has a higher mortality rate for senior citizens and those with underlying medical conditions. Updated April 7th 5:00pm. Among 215 nursing homes in CT, 82 (38%) have had at least one confirmed case of COVID-19. Atotal of 600 nursing home […]
Governor Ned Lamont announced that the State of Connecticut will illuminate the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge in New Haven – more commonly known among residents as the Q Bridge – in red lights beginning tonight to honor the thousands of Connecticut health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. The bridge carries […]
Connecticut attractions, museums and entertainment venues have temporarily closed in order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. But that doesn’t mean you can’t visit—virtually. Here are a few popular attractions across Connecticut that have created special online experiences or projects to entertain, teach and engage you while you stay safe at home. Due to the rapidly evolving […]