Senior residents 75 years old or older can now get vaccinated through the City of Stamford’s Department of Health. Qualifying residents must sign up to get vaccinated. Find out more here.
Governor Ned Lamont today announced that public health officials in Connecticut have confirmed that the first two cases of the COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7 have been detected in the state.
The City of Stamford is providing updates on the ongoing COVID-19 situation as of Thursday, January 14, 2021.
Governor Lamont is ordering the Connecticut Department of Public Health make all necessary preparations in order for the vaccine to be received as early as Monday, distributed, and allocated shortly thereafter to healthcare institutions and long-term care facilities all over the state. Learn more here.
Dr. Tamil Lucero announced Friday night that Stamford Public Schools will temporarily shift to 100% distance learning. Learn more here.
The State of Connecticut has launched its official COVID-19 exposure notification app, COVID Alert CT. The app is available for Apple and Android mobile devices and lets users know if they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 without sharing any personal information.
Stamford Mayor David Martin says he is ordering, under revised State guidelines that the City of Stamford return to Phase 2 of Reopening. Find the details here.
Stamford Public School Superintendent, Dr. Tamu Lucero is updating families on teaching, learning, long-term facilities planning & school visitor policy
According to Stamford Public School Superintendent Dr. Tamu Lucero, SPS has made the very difficult decision not to allow fans/spectators at athletic events or competitions hosted by our schools. Find her letter, here.
Stamford Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Tamu Lucero wrote a letter clarifying the course of action when someone in the school community tests positive for COVID-19.