The Day seeks to tell stories of COVID-19 survivors
Have you beaten COVID-19?
More than 230,000 Connecticut residents have tested positive for the novel coronavirus that causes the disease, which has symptoms that range from mild to severe.
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To get an idea what a less-than-ideal return to normal could be like, it's worth a look at what happened as the last pandemic receded.
Connecticut reported its first case of COVID-19 on March 8, 2020. In the year since, we’ve lost grandparents, mothers, fathers, siblings and friends.
The state legislature has approved a shift in the way municipalities are reimbursed for tax-exempt properties and New London stands to be one of the major beneficiaries.
Members of the New London County Rugby Club participated in the virtual Penguin Plunge for Special Olympics on Saturday at the McCook Point Park beach in Niantic.
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