Where some rural hospitals are cutting obstetric services, midwives, trained in maternity care, are picking up the slack.
Gov. Ned Lamont has no plans to impose new mandates on wearing masks or showing evidence of vaccination.
Connecticut’s largest healthcare workers’ union reached a tentative deal, ending its strike against a group home chain for the disabled.
The man, who is in his 60s, may have caught COVID from a relative who attended a convention in NYC.
Navaretta has been the department’s acting commissioner since Miriam Delphin-Rittmon left the position several months ago.
“At this stage, it is still something that is up to the individual cities and towns,” said Lamont’s spokesman.
Connecticut lawmakers are already beginning to plan reforms that will target what experts have called a crisis.
People in more rural parts of CT face fewer birthing options as hospitals move to suspend labor and delivery services.
Wash your hands a lot and get yourself a meat thermometer.
State officials also encouraged Connecticut residents to get a booster shot ahead of the holidays.
Gov. Ned Lamont and Health Commissioner Manisha Juthani have urged adult residents to get inoculated ahead of the holidays.
Switching seniors to Medicare Advantage plans has cost taxpayers tens of billions more than keeping them in original Medicare
Health care workers in state agencies are claiming exemptions to vaccine mandates at a higher rate than workers outside government.
“This was a time that I could step up to the challenge,” Dr. Manisha Juthani said.
Researcher: “Many veterans seem to struggle with their eating and body image, but go unrecognized.”