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Conn. Kids 12-15 Years Line Up To Get COVID-19 Vaccines On Day 1 Of Eligibility
May 13: "We actually talk about it a lot, because some of the upperclassmen in our school are fully vaccinated," said 14-year-old Sadie. "And I know that all of my friends are getting the vaccine and they’re looking forward to getting it. I was the first one out of everybody in my friend group." FULL STORY »
Tracking COVID Data: Vaccinations, Hospitalizations & Your Town's Infection Rate
Local Manufacturers, Once A COVID-19 Lifeline For Connecticut, Now Struggle To Sell PPE
May 13: Gone are the days of buyers competing for limited supply. Instead, the state and hospitals are accumulating multimillion-dollar stockpiles, and established Asian manufacturers are ramping up production in ways that make it prohibitively expensive for new blood to enter the market. FULL STORY »
Nursing Home Strike Delayed At 7 Locations
May 12: Thousands of members of New England Health Care Employees Union District 1199, SEIU are still threatening to walk off the job Friday if their demands for better wages and benefits are not met -- union leaders say there’s been some progress with state leaders, but not enough to meet their goals. FULL STORY »
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