Governor Ned Lamont

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Southern Connecticut Hospitals Reaching Closer to Capacity for COVID-19

Connecticut continues to ramp up capacity for a surge in COVID-19 cases. The Tully Center, owned by Stamford Healthcare, and has been mothballed, is being turned into a respite care/post acute care unit for both Stamford and Greenwich. Continue Reading →

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Lamont Requests Presidential Major Disaster Declaration for COVID-19

“As a neighboring state to New York, with thousands of residents who work in or travel to New York daily, Connecticut is within the epicenter of infection. The virus knows no state boundaries, as demonstrated by the hundreds of positive cases in Fairfield County.” – Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont Continue Reading →

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COVID-19 UPDATE: Greenwich Train Station Building to Close; 45 Residents Test Positive

As of noon Tuesday, 133 total patients had tested positive at the Greenwich Hospital outpatient site, and 33 COVID-19 positive patients are in the hospital. Greenwich has 41 confirmed cases of COVID-19. The Greenwich train station building, which is privately owned, will closed Tuesday at 8pm. Continue Reading →

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Connecticut COVID-19 Cases Rise to 327, with 208 in Fairfield County and 31 in Greenwich

The Governor’s executive order 7-H outlines “Stay Safe, Stay Home. 7-I allows municipalities to change their budget deadlines. And 7-J includes a clarification of 7-H to allow non-essential retail stores to be staffed on site an take remote ordering (phone / internet) with curbside delivery and pickup. Continue Reading →

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