Some teachers are getting vaccinated while the state is trying to get the COVID-19 vaccine out to older residents first.
With limited supply, Lamont asks for patience on COVID vaccine
Nearly 1.4 million Connecticut residents will be eligible for vaccination next, but the state only gets 45,000 doses a week.
As infections spike, Connecticut reaches milestone in vaccinations
Connecticut completed its first round of COVID-19 vaccinations in nursing homes, a positive note amid a worrying spike in infections.
With the school year looming, public health officials encourage catch-up on childhood immunizations
Medical experts are also urging parents to vaccinate children against the flu.
Childhood immunizations dropped sharply during pandemic
Vaccinations decreased in March, April and May. Last month, families began returning to doctors’ offices for shots.
Lawmakers call for release of vaccine data as students begin school year
House Majority Leader says state would be “negligent” if it withheld data that showed an increase in vaccine exemptions.
CT doctors, insurers concerned about dropping vaccination rate
Scientists will make the case for vaccines in Hartford on Tuesday, with a dissent from Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Lamont blasts Stefanowski’s comments on vaccinations
Surrounded by medical providers and state legislators, Democrat Ned Lamont on Wednesday attacked Republican Bob Stefanowski for comments he made about childhood vaccinations during a campaign event this summer.
House votes to tighten religious exemptions on vaccinations
Inspired by the California measles outbreak, the Connecticut House voted 86 to 56 Thursday to require parents to annually declare if they are refusing to vaccinate their children on religious grounds.
Malloy gets flu shot, then jabs Christie, Paul on vaccines
When you’re Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, even getting a flu vaccination can be political, especially when it comes during a measles outbreak that has cast a harsh light on two presidential contenders who would appeal to vaccine doubters.