Lamont: No Intention To Mandate Coronavirus Vaccine

Rich Scinto
·1 min read

There was plenty of news across Connecticut on Monday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of some of the top stories.

Lamont: No Intention To Mandate Coronavirus Vaccine

Early data Pfizer suggests their vaccine could be highly effective and get authorization soon. The news came after Connecticut's coronavirus hospitalizations nearly doubled in just a few weeks.>>>Read More.

Restaurant Chain Opening 5 New CT Locations

A rapidly expanding restaurant chain will bring five new locations to Connecticut.>>>Read More.

Two CT Coronavirus Advisors Join Biden Task Force

Two people who helped advise Connecticut on the coronavirus response will work on President-elect Joe Biden’s coronavirus transition team, >>>Read More.

CT Will Allow Enclosed Outdoor Dining

Connecticut will allow enclosed outdoor dining setups that resemble greenhouses, so long as they meet certain requirements.>>> Read More.

High School Switching To Online Only; 89 Quarantined

Stratford High School students will be learning remotely until Thanksgiving break amid an increase in coronavirus cases and quarantines.>>> Read More.

Unconscious Person Rescued From Car Fire

A fire department safety officer pulled the unconscious person from the car as the flames started to enter the passenger area.>>>Read More.

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