Events honoring Juneteenth, marking the end of enslavement in the United States, extend throughout the month of June.
As Connecticut’s infection rate dropped below 1%, the nation’s top infectious disease doctor warned the U.S. could see 100,000 new cases a day.
Gov. Ned Lamont flanked by (from left) Fran Rabinowitz, the leader of the state’s superintendent’s association, and Education Commissioner Miguel Cardona in March as they announced the closure of Connecticut schools. Also pictured is Josh Geballe, his chief executive officer, and wife Ann Lamont. Gov. Ned Lamont flanked by (from left) Fran Rabinowitz, the leader […]
There were 81 additional cases of COVID-19 in Connecticut reported Thursday after 6,576 more tests in the last 24 hours.
The governor said there is still a “fair amount of risk” for attending large gatherings.
The governor’s office said 233 patients are hospitalized in Connecticut with COVID-19 — 11 fewer than Friday.
CDC officials warned states that have begun to open up, like Connecticut, may need to reinstate restrictions.
The state has received 582,000 unemployment applications since the pandemic began.
Outdoor, in-person graduations for up to 150 students will be allowed as early as July 6 if current trends continue.
Numbers released Friday show 577 people are now hospitalized with COVID-19, a drop of more than 70 people since yesterday.
The summer season amped up as the governor urged residents to continue social distancing.