Masonicare, which has six senior living communities in Connecticut, including one off Coogan Boulevard, announced Wednesday that it is requiring all of its 1,800 employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine by June 1.
Vaccine clinics are available Thursday, Friday and May 5 in Norwich.
Connecticut will be using $11 million from the American Rescue Plan to fund summer learning program opportunities.
Restaurant Week, with 46 participating eateries, runs from April 23 through May 2.
Gov. Ned Lamont said that on May 1, the business curfew would be pushed back to midnight and serving alcohol without food will be allowed, among other changes.
We've decided it's time to put the paywall back on our coronavirus stories as we strive to recover financially and contemplate our growing dependence on digital subscriptions.
The Groton Public Schools' DEI Committee, along with other groups, plan to distribute information and help people with vaccine appointments. There will be a vaccination clinic on Tuesday for Branford Manor residents.
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