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
Is a legal challenge to Connecticut’s emergency powers during COVID-19 moot or an opportunity to legally vet them ahead of future crisis?
Many housekeepers at Connecticut hospitals say COVID-19 pandemic benefits have only come after prolonged demands for recognition, if at all.
Connecticut doctors are urging parents to vaccinate their young children against COVID-19 before the school year begins.
Connecticut has launched the Premium Pay Program and COVID-19 Relief Fund for essential workers during the pandemic. Here are the details.
CT Democrat comptroller candidate Sean Scanlon says $1,000 grants for essential private-sector workers shouldn’t be reduced.
The number of applications for pandemic bonuses for CT private-sector workers in the first days of the program crashed the program’s website.
Programs to treat long COVID symptoms are emerging, and research into the syndrome has begun. Here’s what Connecticut hospitals are doing.
A new report estimates that child care centers in Connecticut are serving 24,000 fewer children than they were before the COVID-19 pandemic.
The state has awarded just 1.1% of the $34 million budget for the Essential Workers COVID-19 Assistance Program since it launched.
State officials expect demand for the vaccine to tick up when parents start preparing for a new school year.
With a growing number of people getting long COVID, treatment programs have launched in CT and elsewhere to help people manage the symptoms.
The declaration means CT will continue to receive an extra $34 million through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program every month.
CT Mirror gathered some of the most commonly asked questions about the vaccinations. Here’s what doctors and health officials said.
The state has ordered 26,690 doses of the immunization and 91 providers have signed up to receive a supply of the vaccine.