Connecticut’s daily COVID-19 infection rate reached 3% Monday, just one week after hitting its highest mark since early June.
The new standards are expected to modestly reduce the number of states on Connecticut’s COVID watch list.
Lamont: “I hate to do it, but we’re going to be serious and show people we are serious about this.”
Connecticut’s rolling seven-day infection rate is one of the lowest in the U.S. But the bars here will remain closed.