COVID-19 Information for CT Residents


Info for CT on COVID-19

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Stay Informed About COVID-19
For the latest information from the State of Connecticut on COVID-19, residents are encouraged to visit ct.gov/coronavirus.


The Affects of COVID-19 on Children & Seniors
Those 60 years of age and older are particularly vulnerable. See the poster for more information.



Juneteenth Agenda 2020


Juneteenth Agenda 2020

Senate Democrats Juneteenth Agenda 2020
The Connecticut Senate Democratic Caucus announced a series of wide-ranging policy proposals to address police accountability and systemic racial inequities during the 2020 special session.

More details on the proposals can be found here.

Statement from Sen. Bergstein, Sen. Haskell, and Rep. Dathan on Proposed Regionalization

Today, State Senator Alex Bergstein (D-Greenwich), State Senator Will Haskell (D-Westport), and State Representative Lucy Dathan released the following joint statement and letter regarding recent bill proposals on regionalization:

“We have deep respect for Senator Looney and are always open to discussing the difficult issues facing our state, including the issue of regionalization, because finding efficiencies in state spending is a priority for us. However, we cannot support SB 454 to regionalize our schools. Nor can we support SB 431, which includes a property tax increase that would be devastating to residents of Fairfield County. Increasing property taxes only encourages people to leave CT and slows the economic rehabilitation of our state. As members of the Democratic caucus, we’re determined to make Connecticut a more affordable state for our constituents to live in.”

Download a PDF of the letter here.

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CT Food Banks

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Donations of food through community food drives, from farmers and from the food industry are vital to helping the Connecticut Food Bank provide enough food to provide more than 18 million meals annually to hungry Connecticut residents.

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Home Heating Assistance

Operation Fuel partners with local government and community-based organizations at more than 100 sites throughout Connecticut to ensure that families in need have access to year-round energy assistance.

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