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SunDay Cartoon: Connecticut's world

Gov. Ned Lamont announced this past week that the state’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout program will be strictly based on age for everyone other than school employees and child care workers. That has left many younger people with chronic medical conditions, including disabilities, and their families feeling left behind.

Under the previous plan, those age 16 and over with certain chronic medical conditions were next in line to get the vaccine. Now, instead of registering next for their shots, 16- to 34-year-olds with medical conditions won’t be eligible for the vaccine until May 3.

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