CT Mirror gathered some of the most commonly asked questions about the vaccinations. Here’s what doctors and health officials said.
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.
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.
At least 98 nursing homes had staff COVID vaccination rates under 96% six days after the vaccination mandate deadline.
Connecticut has begun to suspend permanent state employees who are not vaccinated or being tested for COVID-19.
Nearly 15% of the students enrolled at Connecticut community colleges have received non-medical exemptions from the system’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, a rate that administrators suggested could be brought down with efforts to educate students about the vaccine. Of the 37,116 students enrolled at the state’s community colleges this semester, 71% are fully or partially vaccinated; 5,479 […]
With the high rate of compliance with a COVID-19 vaccination mandate, Gov. Ned Lamont opted against suspending non-compliant employees.
Hospital executives have had to grapple with whether people claiming religious exemptions have sincere religious beliefs or vaccine hesitancy.
Non-compliant employees have until Monday to show proof of vaccination or testing — or go on unpaid leave.
A hearing called by House GOP conservatives on COVID mandates exposed deep distrust in science, the media and government.
Popsicles and haircuts were the lure Wednesday at COVID vaccination clinic in Hartford, which badly lags the statewide vaccination rate.
Connecticut hospitals and health districts were gearing up to administer booster shots of COVID-19 vaccines in late September.
Some Connecticut cities are reverting to virtual public meetings and reimplementing mask mandates in government buildings.