The goal is to reduce the risk of infection to other patients, but there are staffing and logistic issues.
Most will receive $1,200 checks, but those who don’t file taxes or make too much money will be locked out.
Gov. Lamont: “We’re running like hell and the virus is right behind us.”
Connecticut can’t print money like Washington, but it has many options to shield its economy from the coronavirus crisis.
With the onset of the COVID-19 crisis shuttering our schools now and into the foreseeable future, educators are scrambling to provide necessary support to students and families in this difficult time. Numerous commentators, including recent reporting from Jackie Rabe Thomas, quite correctly shine a troubling light on the range of circumstances now facing Connecticut’s public school students.
While April is officially “Volunteer Month,” it’s always timely to recognize those who give their hours, skills, and thoughts to serve others. Whether mentors or tutors, helping in hospitals or disaster relief, volunteers assist those of all ages and bring us together.