CT and federal officials pushed for residents to the COVID-19 vaccine, but acknowledged missed appointments and costs have posed challenges.
Here’s what Connecticut residents should know about the updated COVID-19 shots approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday.
The new bivalent COVID-19 vaccine is now available in Connecticut. Here’s a look at who is eligible and where you can get boosted
Connecticut doctors are urging parents to vaccinate their young children against COVID-19 before the school year begins.
State officials expect demand for the vaccine to tick up when parents start preparing for a new school year.
CT Mirror gathered some of the most commonly asked questions about the vaccinations. Here’s what doctors and health officials said.
Gov. Ned Lamont will not seek an extension of his executive order requiring state employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
The order goes into effect Saturday. Nursing homes will have COVID tests available on site.
Just over one-in-five nursing home staff who were eligible for COVID booster shots had received one by Nov. 21.
In Connecticut, 277,630 children in that age bracket now qualify for the immunization.
The state has fined 26 providers a combined $221,000 for not reporting their vaccination rates by the deadline.
Another 25 workers are on unpaid leave.
109 workers at Hartford HealthCare, 0.3% of its workforce, have left the organization after refusing to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
The state Medical Examining Board withdrew charges against a physician accused of providing fake exemptions for COVID-19 vaccines and masks.
Connecticut’s Department of Public Health has reached out to 1,100 providers across the state.