The US State Department on Wednesday evening temporarily suspended an online booking system used for urgent appointments because of bots, according to an update posted to its consular affairs website.
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The women possibly at higher risk for Covid-19 that no one is talking about
More than a year into the pandemic, one study has found that some women are at higher risk for Covid-19 compared to others in their age and se…
The coronavirus vaccine rollout is well underway in Connecticut.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, many people have skipped visits to the doctor.
So far about 66 percent of Connecticut residents over the age of 16 have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The Community Health Center announced on Monday that appointments are no longer needed at any of its vaccine locations statewide.
There are long lines at state police headquarters as people have been waiting to get their pistol permits.
The FEMA COVID-19 Mobile Vaccine Unit in Waterbury will be closed on Wednesday due to the weather.
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When a suspension of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine was first announced on Tuesday, health care clinics around the state had to scramble to either postpone appointments or swap out the shots with a different vaccine.