“It’s kind of inconclusive what’s going to happen this weekend, but preparations are underway,” said the governor’s spokesman.
Given work-at-home routines, self-quarantine for COVID doesn’t have to be disruptive. Even if you’re governor.
Gov. Ned Lamont and top aides began a self-quarantine Friday night after the governor’s communications director tested positive for COVID-19.
Officials aim to complete all the testing by the end of June.
Hundreds of Connecticut residents with symptoms are being monitored for the virus as state requests more tests from federal government.
Gov. Ned Lamont, who has struggled to hone a consistent message and legislative agenda, is about to overhaul his communications and legislative shops.