More than 800 want exemptions from the university’s coronavirus vaccine mandate. More than 500 have been granted.
Lamont to unions: Broader vaccine requirements may be coming
Gov. Ned Lamont recently warned labor unions he’s weighing a vaccination requirement for state employees.
For work and family, some vaccine holdouts decide to get the shot
Whether their jobs required it or because family members encouraged them, about a dozen holdouts decided to get vaccinated Monday.
More children are being vaccinated, but rate of COVID cases continues to climb in Connecticut
Gov. Ned Lamont’s office reported an additional 295 cases Thursday out of 13,270 tests, amounting to a 2.2% positivity rate.
As mass vaccination sites close, focus turns to mobile clinics to reach targeted groups
As vaccination rates have slowed, mass vaccination sites have closed while the state shifted its focus to smaller clinics.
More COVID vaccines are being wasted as demand drops
Nearly a third of all wasted COVID vaccine doses in CT were lost since the end of May.
CSCU board votes to require COVID vaccines for students in the fall
Connecticut State Colleges and Universities will require students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning to campus this fall.
‘There’s a dividing line’ — Vaccination rates trace socioeconomic boundaries in CT
Public health officials are struggling to get vaccines across socioeconomic dividing lines in urban areas across the state.
Federal lawsuit takes on CT’s law ending religious exemptions for vaccines
The plaintiffs asked a judge to find the law unconstitutional and to grant a permanent injunction.
CT records lowest COVID positivity rate in months: 1.34%
Demand starting to pick up for J&J vaccine after slow start
The risks of getting a J&J shot: What you need to know
Connecticut residents will soon have more ways to get the single-shot vaccine. But will the “pause” have scared people away?
As COVID-19 vaccine supply begins to outpace demand, Gov. Lamont asks business and labor for help
More than 60% of Connecticut residents 16 and older have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Can federally qualified health centers solve CT’s vaccine equity woes?
FQHCs serve many priority ZIP codes, but reaching residents has been a process of trial and error
In-person classes to resume at CT state colleges in the fall
Central Connecticut State University in New Britain will resume in-person classes in the fall along with the other state colleges. In-person classes will resume at state colleges this fall, with mask-wearing and social-distancing requirements still in effect, officials said Monday. The announcement came at Gateway Community College on Monday, where leaders from colleges and universities […]
Lamont: The bigger vaccine risk is not to take it
The Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause means Connecticut will see its weekly allotment shrink from 288,000 to 179,000 doses.