C19

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Local leaders are encouraging members of Gen-Z to sign up for their vaccine. A rally for clean energy jobs on Long Island, a look at the growing homeownership gap, and New York has a budget, finally.

C 19: Teaming Up To Vaccinate

Apr 6, 2021
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The Connecticut National Guard will assist in vaccine storage and distribution in the state. Stony Brook University will participate in a study on the effectiveness of the Moderna vaccine, Governor Lamont wants Connecticut’s nursing home residents to receive a booster shot, and Lamont teams up with Massachusetts to reduce the cost of prescription drugs.

  

C19: Masks Off, Straps Off

Apr 5, 2021
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A New England doctor is urging people to remove the straps off their COVID-19 masks before throwing them away. A new deal in Connecticut is expected to bring more jobs to Bridgeport, an update in the defamation lawsuit against Alex Jones, and New York couldn’t reach a budget deal by the April 1 deadline.

C19: Depression On The Rise Due To COVID

Apr 1, 2021
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A new crisis hotline offers help to Long Islanders struggling with stress from the pandemic. DOJ warns of fraudulent surveys regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, potential changes in Connecticut’s bottle deposit program, and a tenth woman accuses Governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior.

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New York and Connecticut rank among the worst in the country for COVID-19 infections. New York legalizes recreational marijuana for adults, Biden’s plans for offshore wind could be a help to Connecticut, and lawmakers approve Suffolk’s plan for police reform.

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