Lamont recommends that towns in red alert category roll back to phase 2

Some things a town in the red alert category can do to mitigate the spread are postpone indoor activities, switch to remote learning in schools and roll back to phase 2.

News 12 Staff

Oct 15, 2020, 9:15 PM

Updated 1,347 days ago

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BRIEFING UPDATES:
-15,817 tests were administered and 213 came back positive (1.3% positivity rate)
-191 patients are hospitalized (increase of 3)
-There have been 3 COVID-related deaths
-Red alert: Canterbury, Danbury, East Lyme, Griswold, Hartford, Montville, Norwich, New London, Preston, Sprague and Windham.
-Some things a town in the red alert category can do to mitigate the spread are postpone indoor activities, switch to remote learning in schools and roll back to phase 2.
-Lamont announced financial programs that are coming to help small business and nonprofits in the state.
-Lamont highlighted Shared Work, where the state can help pick up portions of your employees' salaries if you can't afford it.


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