The memo emphasized that COVID vaccine providers must do a better job of tracking race and ethnicity data.
The result is a potpourri of options but a potential lack of coordination.
Legal immunity for nursing homes and hospitals will end March 1, nearly a year after the state imposed the order.
Phone lines will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week starting Monday.
Officials believe 50% to 60% of the state’s more than 25,000 nursing home employees have now been vaccinated.
First-dose clinics are “paused” and any second-dose appointments that had not come through their systems originally are cancelled.
Many of the towns that are doing better, small or large, have health departments that are running weekly vaccination clinics.
Gov. Ned Lamont stopped short of fully lifting the curfew for restaurants, as neighboring states have done.
Seven communities have yet to vaccinate 25 percent of their elderly population, including three cities: Bridgeport, New Britain and Waterbury.
Vernon officials are using Uber to bring people to vaccine clinics. It’s a first in the nation.
With more than 35% of the 75+ population vaccinated and COVID indicators dropping, Lamont weighs lifting caps on church occupancy
Many who died of COVID in prison were serving life sentences. But none of them was sentenced to death.
State officials say the vaccine rollout is similar to the mass testing plans and hunt for protective equipment last spring.
The state acknowledged Friday in an email to local health workers that some residents are waiting days for a callback.
There were 238 COVID infections reported in nursing homes last week, down from 483 a few weeks ago.