Probationary state employees will be the first suspended over Gov. Ned Lamont’s COVID-19 vaccination-or-test mandates.
The coronavirus exacerbated the state’s existing inequities, and pandemic recovery continues to be a tale of two Connecticuts.
Hospital executives have had to grapple with whether people claiming religious exemptions have sincere religious beliefs or vaccine hesitancy.
Higher vaccination rates do not necessarily correspond with lower rates of new cases on the town level.
Vaccine mandates, education cited as helping to get the most buy-in.
In ordering COVID-19 vaccinations for state employees and teachers, Gov. Ned Lamont offered a rueful reminder of the pandemic’s persistence.
Scientists are questioning whether today’s positivity rate is a reasonable measure of the disease’s spread in the untested population.
Younger people now account for a higher proportion of COVID-19 hospitalizations than in January, federal data show.
As the COVID Delta variant spreads, many private employers, and some public, are moving from vaccine incentives to mandates.
The hurdles to increasing the minimum required hours of direct care: The cost of staffing and finding and keeping workers.
There were 409 new reported COVID cases Monday, as the Delta variant’s foothold in the state grows stronger.
Most hospitals will require workers to be vaccinated against COVID by Sept. 30, even though workers’ vaccination rates have slowed.
As vaccination rates have slowed, mass vaccination sites have closed while the state shifted its focus to smaller clinics.
Nearly a third of all wasted COVID vaccine doses in CT were lost since the end of May.
The U.S. Supreme Court dismissed a case challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act in a 7-2 decision released Thursday morning.