This was a week of continued good news of lower infection rates throughout the state, and a resulting easing of COVID-19 restrictions, but also many frustrations for those trying to sign up for vaccinations they are now eligible for
In like a lion, out like a lamb.
That’s supposed to be a saying about March weather, but I’m tempted to apply it more broadly right now. While we certainly had some blustery weather last night, we’re also experiencing significant turbulence in the Northwest Corner (and, to some degree, throughout the state) trying to schedule vaccine appointments.
The House was “in session” this week, which means that we were “sitting” as a body to debate and vote on bills. I put “sitting” in quotes because, while we were usually seated, we were not seated as a body in our traditional, and beautiful, House chamber.
As we work to get as many Connecticut residents vaccinated as we can, I wanted to take a moment to acknowledge the many of you in our communities who have been helping neighbors, friends, family members, and other residents navigate the tricky system of enrolling, registering, and getting vaccinated.