Residents who wish to receive a vaccine at home must assert they are physically unable to get to a clinic.
The state’s COVID test positivity rate on Tuesday increased to 5.26%.
The state is trying to provide speedier vaccine access for people with five medical conditions.
A new federal initiative to vaccinate underserved communities will be unveiled today at the Beardsley Zoo.
Grossman Solutions will be paid from a $24 million fund of federal money.
Officials accelerated the timeline because they expect a large influx of vaccine in the coming weeks.
Grace Davis was born during the Spanish flu and outlived two husbands. At 101 years old, she was still going strong when COVID-19 began its lethal spread through Connecticut’s nursing homes. Then in May, she caught the disease. “At first my symptoms were like what the flu would have been,” she said in a Zoom […]
The FEMA trailer will arrive on March 29 and will travel around the state for 30 days if clinics can be arranged.
The rate of COVID-19 cases caused by the B.1.1.7 variant could be 20% to 40%, some scientists believe.
Some of the mass vaccination sites were supposed to target more vulnerable populations, where the demographics are different.
Residents reported long wait times on the phone, difficulty with online systems and appointments as far out as late April.
School employees could end up on two lists, which means some vaccine might go to waste, officials said.
While mass vaccination sites have helped overall vaccination rates, they have not reached the state’s most vulnerable populations.
The National Guard also spent $122,000 in overtime to protect the Capitol and other buildings during that week.
The two stand-alone recovery centers have seen more than 320 patients since they reopened in October during the second surge.