The State of Connecticut is on track to expand its COVID-19 vaccination program to the final group of adults, including all individuals between the ages of 16 and 44, on Thursday, April 1, 2021. Individuals in this age group will have access to schedule appointments beginning Thursday morning.
All adults in Connecticut over the age of 16 will now be eligible to schedule a vaccination appointment beginning April 1, 2021 – several days earlier than originally planned.
Governor Ned Lamont announced a tentative plan for the vaccine to expand to all adults over the age of 16 by April 5. Click here to learn more.
The City of Stamford is providing updates on the ongoing COVID-19 situation as of Thursday, April 8, 2021.
Governor Ned Lamont announced on Thursday that in the coming days he plans to revise some requirements that were implemented in Connecticut in the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly when it comes to those relating to capacity levels and travel restrictions. Learn more here.
Dr. Lucero announced that the district is working to return hybrid elementary students to school beginning March 8 and hybrid middle school students to school beginning March 15. Read her letter here.
CT Governor Ned Lamont has now laid out a clear timeline for eligibility for the vaccine based on age, as well as for Pre K-12 school staff, teachers and professional childcare providers. Learn more here.
As of today, Connecticut residents and those who work in Connecticut, ages 65+ are able to sign up for the COVID-19 vaccine. How will the vaccines change visits with grandparents, who have been prioritized for immunization? Learn more here.
Governor Ned Lamont today on Monday that Connecticut residents over the age of 65 will be eligible to schedule COVID-19 vaccination appointments starting on Thursday, February 11, 2021, as the state rolls into the next part of phase 1b of its vaccination program.
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