Officials ‘paused’ administration of the vaccine on Tuesday
Vaccine clinics canceled across CT after feds urge ‘pause’ on J&J vaccine
The single-dose COVID shot is key to CT’s rollout strategy, especially in cities.
A COVID milestone: More than half of CT adults are now vaccinated
State officials are still continuing to encourage young adults to get the shot.
How one Waterbury pastor is making a faith-based case for getting the vaccine
Connecticut ranks fifth in the percentage of the population with vaccinations. Still, racial disparities in the rollout remain.
This tiny CT town has only one place to get the COVID vaccine. So the FEMA trailer is on the way to help.
On Thursday, the FEMA trailer will be in the town hall parking lot, the only place big enough for it.
How people with disabilities are accessing the coronavirus vaccine
Many in the disability community are left to navigate the process on their own.
At walk-up pop-up clinics, no-appointment needed for COVID shot
The clinic materialized after lunch and would disappear by dinner. It’s part of Hartford’s vaccine outreach.
Gov. Ned Lamont says Connecticut’s age-based COVID vaccine rollout is saving more lives — But is it?
The unsatisfying answer is that the data are limited in what they can show, particularly now.
Proposal to eliminate CT’s religious exemption for mandatory vaccines is headed for a vote. Here’s what’s in the bill.
Although the legislature’s public health committee has until April 7 to advance the bill, a vote is expected Wednesday.
CT to hire 71-member ‘campaign’ team to push vaccines in 10 cities
Grossman Solutions will be paid from a $24 million fund of federal money.
Since Friday, 80,000 people 45 to 54 signed up for COVID vaccine appointments, state says
As of Monday, 22% of people in that age bracket have received at least their first dose of the vaccine.
State says roughly 70,000 COVID-19 vaccine shots were incorrectly logged
Second doses were counted as first doses.
Why an epidemiologist thinks Connecticut has its COVID vaccine priorities backwards
By rolling out COVID vaccine through an age-based process, the state will effectively de-prioritize younger adults with co-morbidities.
Vaccine rollouts discriminates against CT residents of color, federal complaint alleges
The complaint is at least the second since Feb. 22, when officials announced the vaccine would be distributed by age.
Data show mass vaccination sites are reaching the general population — not the vulnerable areas they are supposed to target
Some of the mass vaccination sites were supposed to target more vulnerable populations, where the demographics are different.