Sen. Richard Blumenthal was invited to pardon a turkey named Fauci. What was the chance he’d accept?
Lamont: ‘This is the exact wrong time to relax your guard.’
The president says do not be afraid of COVID. The governor says do not be careless.
CDC gives CT an Oct. 16 deadline, and $2.4 million, to come up with a COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan
Lamont is creating a panel to develop a COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan. The CDC wants it in three weeks.
Pfizer’s Groton site helped develop a COVID-19 vaccine. Now the question is, will it work?
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said he expects to know, by the end of October, ‘whether the product works or not.’
Murphy: Reopening guidance from Trump administration ‘criminally vague’
At hearing, Dr. Anthony Fauci warns of ‘suffering and death’ and economic harm if states reopen too quickly.
Coronavirus drug remdesivir scarce in Connecticut
There are concerns about who will have access to the only drug known to reduce the severity of COVID-19.
DeLauro holds hearing on coronavirus response even as Trump bars Fauci’s testimony
Witnesses told DeLauro states like Connecticut should not reopen without much more testing and contact tracing.
Easter brings no respite from coronavirus, 60 new deaths in Connecticut
The number of new COVID-19 cases declined in Connecticut on Easter Sunday, but deaths and hospitalizations jumped .
Federal officials say health system can’t support large-scale coronavirus testing
Blumenthal: ‘Congress’s doctor says 70 million to 150 million people would contract the COVID-19 in the United States.’