Since yesterday, an additional 88 Connecticut residents have tested positive, bringing the statewide total to 415. More than 4,500 tests have been conducted among the state and private labs to date. Approximately 54 people are hospitalized and there have been 10 deaths.
Governor Lamont Provides Update on Connecticut's Coronavirus Response Efforts - Latest Data as of 6:00PM on Sunday, March 22, 2020
- Provides list of business deemed “essential”
- The deadline for filing state and federal personal income tax returns has been extended from April 15 to July 15, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is grabbing ahold of every part of our lives. Home, school, work have all been turned on their head. If your ability to work has been impacted, the state Department of Labor has put together a helpful list of FAQ's.
La pandemia COVID-19 se está apoderando de cada parte de nuestras vidas. El hogar, la escuela, el trabajo se han visto afectados. Si su capacidad para trabajar se ha visto afectada, el Departamento del Trabajo del estado ha elaborado una lista útil de preguntas frecuentes.
The Lamont administration has put together a fact sheet on the state’s response to COVID-19 that provides guidance for constituent concerns. Click here to see the FAQ Sheet.
The sheet will be updated regularly, and is available on the state's coronavirus website. Click here to visit the Connecticut Coronavirus website.