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Whites had more faith in their doctors than Blacks and Hispanics.
An employer may exclude those with Covid-19, or symptoms associated with the virus, from the workplace because “their presence would pose a direct threat to the health or safety of others,” according to the latest guidance from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
This year, the governor said, “We will continue to emphasize our best-in-the-nation public schools and workforce development, making sure every child, regardless of zip code, race, color, or creed, has the best opportunity at the starting line of life.”
As of yesterday, 75,946 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines have been administered in the state.
Lembo credited the state's housing market for helping the local economy.
Connecticut is expecting to receive about 63,300 doses of the Moderna vaccine this week. Some 31,200 doses of the previously approved Pfizer vaccine have been delivered to the state since last Monday, and another 24,375 doses of that company’s vaccine that are anticipated to arrive this week.
Sacred Heart University has been chosen as the only higher education institution in Connecticut to be part of the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) effort...
Wooden claimed "our nation’s history of systemic racism" contributes to doubts of the vaccine's effectiveness.
Covid, China and the new commander-in-chief were the main topics at the third annual Greenwich Economic Forum, held virtually Nov. 9-11.
The company intends to perform certain core safety pharmacology studies to ensure safety of the drug candidate at Calvert Labs.
“We’re in much better condition now than we were in the spring," says Stamford Heath President and CEO Kathleen Silard.
“I want this group to review every possible scenario when it comes to the science and efficacy of the vaccine, as well as the logistics of its distribution," the governor said.
Although Connecticut has achieved all seven of its criteria to begin reopening, May 20 has proven to be a moving target for hair salons and barber shops, which are no longer among the businesses allowed to reopen on that date.