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HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Strategic National Stockpile is nearly out of the N95 respirators, surgical masks, face, shields, gowns and other medical supplies desperately...

COVID-19 update: More than 1,000 new cases, 58 fatalities reported Wednesday

Public health officials reported on Wednesday that another 1,000 Connecticut residents have tested positive for coronavirus disease 2019. To date, there have been 8,871...

UN health agency on defensive after Trump slams it on virus

GENEVA — In a heartfelt plea for unity, the World Health Organization’s chief sought Wednesday to rise above sharp criticism and threats of funding...

Wednesday’s update from state: 58 more deaths, 1,000 more cases

Here is the latest information on COVID-19 from the state Department of Public Health on COVID-19 in our state: WEDNESDAY’S COMPLETE REPORT

‘Tsunami of claims’: DOL faces backlog of 170,000 unemployment claims

HARTFORD — The newly unemployed in Connecticut face waits as long as six weeks for their first unemployment checks as a swamped Department of...

Trinity Health taking part in coronavirus blood plasma therapy trial

WATERBURY — Trinity Health of New England Wednesday became one of four health care systems that will investigate whether the plasma of those who...

Local hospitals fighting pandemic feel surge of public support

WATERBURY — In Waterbury and beyond, hospital workers struggling with the coronavirus pandemic are being buoyed by donations and support from a grateful public....

State Bond Commission postpones remote meeting due to technical difficulties

HARTFORD — The State Bond Commission will try again next week to approve nearly $930 million in new borrowing after technical difficulties cut short...

Domestic violence up as people isolate at home

Most people may be staying at home to escape the COVID-19 pandemic, but that kind of extended isolation can bring its own share of...

Owner of local grocery chain makes no apologies for checking customers, employees for fever...

WATERTOWN — Bob LaBonne Jr. said his decision to scan customers and employees for fever before entering his four area grocery stores is in...

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