Gov. Ned Lamont expects the Connecticut General Assembly to convene in a special session Monday or Tuesday and is pushing legislators to vote in favor of a few emergency orders he views as necessary to keeping people safe.
Bus drivers, teachers, nurses and more signed up to speak at the hearing.
The Board of Education continues to enforce mask policy in schools after a COVID-19 update during a meeting Tuesday night.
The Day would like to hear from parents in southeastern Connecticut who have kids ages 5 to 11, about whether they will have their kids vaccinated.
The proposal would fund everything from a $5,000 recreation department youth sports storage unit to a $2.38 million community policing initiative.
Hospitalizations down 45% over past two weeks. As of Tuesday, L+M had six cases, Westerly Hospital had three.
The Day wants to know how people at southeastern Connecticut companies with 100 or more employees feel about mandated vaccines, and how it will impact them.
Connecticut COVID-19 Numbers
Data sourced from the Office of Governor Ned Lamont. Check here for the latest data.
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