What Connecticut Needs to Know about Coronavirus
Connecticut Public will be continually updating this page with the most recent information about the COVID-19 virus, its spread, and what you can do to prepare and keep yourself and those around you healthy.
Fundraisers, Streaming Revenue, Hope: Some Venues Hibernate, Others Shut For Good
January 21: In the last 10 months, New England’s rich arts scene has been hit hard. Those who depend on live audiences to make a living have lost wages — and many lost their jobs. President Joe Biden’s proposed extension of unemployment benefits could help. Still, music clubs and theaters have been forced to hibernate and some places have permanently closed. READ MORE »
CT Budget Leaders Want To Use Massive Savings To Expand COVID-19 Relief
January 21: While a massive savings is driven largely by federal coronavirus relief — covering costs Connecticut normally pays for itself — key lawmakers are questioning whether the state should be redirecting its own dollars, rather than saving them, to meet other pandemic-related needs. FULL STORY »
Governor Lamont's News Briefing On Coronavirus
Governor Lamont's Coronavirus response press briefings will be available each day.
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