SCADD announced a staff member at its New London detox facility has a suspected case of COVID-19.
A consortium of local nonprofit groups here are pooling their resources during the coronavirus pandemic to continue serving community members who rely on them.
In New London County there was some good news as the number of confirmed cases, 57, and the number of hospitalizations, 10, remained the same. There was however one more death, raising the number to 4 in the county.
Their challenges range from doing lab classes remotely and lost income to canceled events and sports seasons.
The grants to 24 nonprofits were fast-tracked through the regular grants cycle, and in addition, four hospitals are getting money.
Connecticut COVID-19 Numbers
Data sourced from the Office of Governor Ned Lamont. Check here for the latest data.
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While it is closed to the public, Mystic Knotwork has ramped up its online operations and is donating 10% of all sales from its website to the center.
A special meeting of Groton Utilities Commission/Water Pollution Control Authority will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday.