COVID In Connecticut: 62 Cases Confirmed On UConn's Main Campus, Students Under Modified QuarantineAll gatherings and recreational activities are suspended, and dining halls will convert to takeout. The new rules went into effect at 5 p.m. Friday and will last until the campus closes for Thanksgiving break on Nov. 21.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont: About 80% Of State Under COVID-19 Red AlertGov. Ned Lamont says hospitalizations have doubled in the past two weeks. The positivity rate is now at 4.8%.
COVID Positivity Rate At 6.74% In ConnecticutAccording to the latest numbers, there are nearly 83,000 reported cases statewide, up more than 1,500 since Monday.
Connecticut Residents Urged To Stay At Home At Night As COVID-19 Cases GrowThe Department of Public Health issued the statewide advisory, which takes effect at 12:01 a.m. on Friday.
Connecticut Begins Pilot Program Offering Rapid COVID-19 Tests To Students, TeachersA Connecticut school is trying out a new pilot program that offers rapid COVID-19 testing to students. Gov. Ned Lamont hopes it can be rolled out statewide
Election 2020: Connecticut Expecting Record Turnout Of VotersWait times at some polling places were at least an hour.
Connecticut Reimposes Some COVID Restrictions As Cases RiseGov. Ned Lamont, a Democrat, said the latest rules will take effect at 12:01 a.m. Friday, with neighboring Massachusetts likely taking similar steps.
Parts Of Connecticut Reinstate Restrictions As COVID-19 Cases Spike; Gov. Lamont Worries Holiday Travel Will Contribute To Spread Of VirusWhen we turn back the clocks this weekend, parts of Connecticut will roll back to Phase 2 coronavirus restrictions.
Some Connecticut Towns Rolling Back To Phase 2 Reopening As COVID Cases GrowThe state's COVID-19 positivity rate is now at 6.1%, the highest since June 1.
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.
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.