Connecticut’s new public service campaign will urge residents to continue staying home to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
“Stay Safe, Stay Home” will feature Governor Ned Lamont in a series of announcements on radio and television this month. The first one is called “Opposite Month.”
The governor has predicted that April will be a bad month for Connecticut. He says the state needs to be aggressive in getting the word out to residents through all means.
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