Lack of civility among patients, family members leading to altercations, displays of disaffection, official say.
Peak in number of cases expected by week's end. Hospitalizations likely to decline thereafter.
After opening Wednesday, trailers will operate Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Appointments will be required.
Numbers of cases are expected to peak by the middle of the month as omicron variant, though highly transmissible, is causing less serious illness.
Sites scheduled to operate Tuesday and Wednesday in Groton, Norwich and Waterford will not open.
Across Yale New Haven Health, hospitals are especially busy.
Patrick Green, president and CEO, says retention and recruitment of employees figures to be his greatest challenge.
Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut calls off holiday gala that had been set for Friday at Mohegan Sun.
Many critical questions about omicron remain unanswered, including whether the virus causes milder or more severe illness and how much it might evade immunity from past COVID-19 illness or vaccines.
With latest coronavirus strain yet to appear in Connecticut, state's COVID-19 numbers climb.
CVSHealth acknowledges its Norwich pharmacy inadvertently administered expired doses from Oct. 14 to 21.
Groton shipbuilder will pay bonus to all employees fully vaccinated by Jan. 4, 2022, company officials said.
Appointments are required, and all children must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.
Ray Pineault, a Norwich native, rises to international gaming enterprise's top post, having worked for Mohegan Tribe for 20 years.
Exemptions aside, mostly on religious grounds, rates among hospital staffs climbed into high 90s over three-and-a-half month span.
CT Foodshare and United Way of Southeastern Connecticut are extending food pantries and opening new food distribution sites through October.
Among those who received second Pfizer dose six months ago, eligibles include the 65 and older, adults with underlying conditions and at-risk workers.
Hospitalizations down 45% over past two weeks. As of Tuesday, L+M had six cases, Westerly Hospital had three.
The school year has started, so what happens when that first child complains to the teacher of a cough or chills or any other sign of COVID-19?
Many students of American history, as well as some laborers, know that in 1894 Congress passed a bill recognizing Labor Day and making it an official federal holiday.
At Lawrence + Memorial Hospital in New London, cases drop to six Friday, the fewest in more than two weeks.
Increase may not be as worrisome as numbers reported this week suggest. It may be as much about the math as the medicine.
Yale New Haven Health hospitals were treating 137 coronavirus patients Tuesday, nearly three times the number they were treating a month ago.
On Friday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration amended its emergency use authorizations for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to allow for the additional dose in immunocompromised people.
Officials launch start of “topping out” rite, signing a 10-foot length of beam that will be installed atop the building’s frame later this month.