COVID-19 Vaccine

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Connecticut colleges and universities say their campuses should have a pre-pandemic look this fall. A new zoning bill in Connecticut has opponents fired up, hate crime numbers are up around the country, and New England will play a large role in supporting President Biden’s energy goals.

Covid-19 Vaccine
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Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont said he is sending all of the state’s 35 mobile COVID-19 vaccine vans to Waterbury.

Cuomo Allows Spectators At Horse And Auto Races

Apr 16, 2021
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that spectators will be allowed at horse and auto races at a 20% capacity beginning on April 22. That’s just in time for the opening of Belmont Stakes racing season.

Conn. Gov. Ned Lamont
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Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has criticized the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for recommending a pause of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccinations.

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New York will push back curfews for restaurants and catering halls, but owners say they could still use more help. Governor Ned Lamont says pausing the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is an overreaction, Suffolk County’s police commissioner has resigned, and the Biden administration is encouraging affordable housing, but how will that go over in Connecticut?

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