While the state’s COVID infection rate remains low, health officials are trying to build trust to avoid a widespread resurgence.
Connecticut’s rolling seven-day infection rate is one of the lowest in the U.S. But the bars here will remain closed.
Workers are training additional volunteers and staff for what they expect will be a new surge of COVID-19 cases.
Witnesses told DeLauro states like Connecticut should not reopen without much more testing and contact tracing.
There’s never a good time for a pandemic. But this one arrived when local health departments are hurting.
Aggressive COVID-19 testing and contact tracing are the keys to easing restrictions on commerce that have left 439,000 residents unemployed.
Gov. Ned Lamont has his own ideas about contact tracing, but the state is not yet as prepared as others.