A story published on May 11 about Sema4 and its COVID-19 testing contract with the state of Connecticut contained a number of errors.
It’s hard to select just one day from the last year that can be deemed “the worst,” but Corie Tracey, a 37-year-old single mother of two, gamely takes a stab at it.
“My experience and the experience of my staff underscores the need for a national testing strategy…” she says.
As the number of COVID-19 cases grew to 20 Saturday, Gov. Ned Lamont took additional steps to limit the spread of the virus.
A Wilton resident who travelled recently to California is the first Connecticut resident to be diagnosed with coronavirus.
Overall, we think the more contemporary design better reflects the quality of the watchdog journalism you have come to expect from The Connecticut Mirror.
The story of Dee Jordan, a veteran and intake worker at VA Connecticut’s Errera Community Care Center, is The Mirror’s first story this year to address veterans’ issues in Connecticut. Errera, based in West Haven, serves veterans of all wars who struggle with mental illness, substance abuse or homelessness.