COVID Long Haulers Still Suffering Long-Term Effects Of Virus Months LaterAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in three hospitalized with COVID will face long-term effects, but even people who didn't feel that sick can still face issues months later.
Connecticut COVID-19 Positivity Test Rate Reaches 4.1%, Highest Since Early JuneGov. Ned Lamont's administration plans to extend an executive order to allow outdoor dining.
Population Booming In Connecticut As More People Relocate During PandemicA national survey ranked home sales in the Hartford metro area as the third highest in the country.
Sen. Booker, Rep. Gottheimer Announce Proposal To Protect Nursing Homes From Second Wave Of COVID-19The Nursing Home Pandemic Protection Act would require facilities to report potential outbreaks the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in real time and have a crisis plan in place.
Psychotherapist Says 'It's Best To Not Try To Be Right' When Discussing Differing Political Opinions With Loved Ones"We're talking about politics, but we're not really talking about politics. We're talking about how you don't get me and you don't understand me," psychotherapist Josh Jonas said
Pope Francis Endorses Same-Sex Civil Unions: 'Homosexual People Have The Right To Be In A Family'The pontiff is quoted as saying, "Homosexual people have the right to be in a family. They are children of God."
Head Of University Hospital Says New Jersey's Second Wave Is Here: 'This Is About To Get Worse'As the Tri-State Area sees a concerning rise in coronavirus cases, local experts are warning: Don't let the second wave become a tsunami.
N.J., Conn. Qualify For Tri-State Travel Advisory List, But Gov. Cuomo Says It's Not Logistically Possible To Add Them NowIt's a Tri-State Area conundrum. The number of coronavirus cases in New Jersey and Connecticut qualify the two states for the quarantine list in New York.
McConnell Urged White House Not To Make A Deal On Stimulus Bill Ahead Of ElectionMcConnell told Senate Republicans Tuesday that he urged the White House against making a deal on a large coronavirus stimulus bill ahead of the election, a source familiar confirmed to CBS News.
Connecticut Rolling Out $5,000 Arts Grants To Non-Profit GroupsIn Connecticut, struggling arts institutions are getting a boost.
John Oliver Has Danbury, Connecticut Sewer Plant Named After HimLast month, Oliver started poking fun at Danbury on his show, leading to a playful feud with Mayor Mark Boughton.
Commission On Presidential Debates Says It Will Mute Mics During Parts Of Final DebateEach of the candidates will have two minutes of uninterrupted time at the beginning of each 15-minute segment at the final debate, which is set to be held Thursday.
N.J.'s Coronavirus Infection Rate Enough To Qualify For Tri-State's Travel Advisory List, But Commuters Not Required To QuarantineAs the numbers rise, New Jersey is in danger of qualifying for the Tri-State's quarantine travel advisory list, which 38 states outside New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are on.
Trump Calls Fauci Is A 'Disaster,' But Says It Would Be 'A Bigger Bomb To Fire Him'In a call with Trump campaign staff Monday, President Trump tore into the nation's leading infectious diseases expert and coronavirus task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci.
60 Minutes: Fauci Admits Administration Has Restricted His Media Appearances, Says He's Not Surprised Trump Got COVIDThis weekend, Americans face another surge in the COVID-19 pandemic. Infections have passed the 8 million mark and are rising rapidly. There are more than 218,000 dead.