The Laurel is chronicling the major news concerning coronavirus in Connecticut. Follow along as the coverage continues, one day at a time.
Here are the major news updates from today:
- Governor Lamont sent out a phone message to more than 4 million on the state’s CT Alert emergency messaging system urging residents to stay home.
- Gov. Lamont “waived the requirement Saturday that municipalities hold town meetings to adopt their annual budgets this year,” according to the CT Mirror.
- The Governor’s Office announced late Friday that the deadline for filing state income tax has been moved from April 15 to July 15.
- On Friday, Gov. Lamont asked the private sector to help supply the state with personal protective equipment (PPE). The state’s request for PPE can be found here.
- Access Health CT added a special enrollment period for those uninsured that began March 19 and continues until April 2. Coverage begins April 1.
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