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.
Map: 19 Connecticut Towns Now At COVID-19 'Red' Alert, 22 More At 'Orange'
October 28: Public health officials rolled out a new color-coded alert system, which initially listed 11 towns in the highest-level “red” zone. After a few days, that number jumped to 19. Norwich and New London remain on the list. And in the most recent update, more municipalities were added, including Norwalk, Waterbury and East Hartford. SEE THE MAP »
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Governor Lamont's Daily News Briefing On Coronavirus
Governor Lamont's News Briefing On Coronavirus
Governor Lamont's Coronavirus response press briefings will be available each day.
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