Today, Governor Lamont announced that Connecticut residents aged 65 to 74 will be able to book appointments to receive the COVID-19 vaccine starting this Thursday, February 11, 2021.
February is Black History Month. For the past 45 years, Black History Month has served as a time to recognize and honor the achievements and contributions of Black Americans in our nation's history. It is a time to highlight and celebrate our many and varied roles in our country’s history.
The State of Connecticut is expecting about 45,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses on a weekly basis from the federal government. We now know that the State will be taking a tiered approach in Phase 1B as we work to vaccinate the nearly 1.4 million people in the recently updated Phase 1B category.