As the FDA has approved the Pfizer vaccine for those ages 12 to 15, the state is preparing, and many parents have questions.
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The coronavirus vaccine rollout is well underway in Connecticut.
Starting Friday, Hartford HealthCare opened up all of its vaccination sites to walk-ins looking to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
A clinic in East Windsor is aiming to vaccinate people from COVID-19 and give out some much-needed food.
One day after U.S. health officials lifted the pause on Johnson & Johnson's single-dose COVID shot, the state’s Dept. of Public Health said it has advised vaccine providers in Connecticut to start offering the shot again.
On Thursday, Gov. Ned Lamont said COVID-19 vaccine supply in Connecticut is officially outpacing the demand.
Plans are in the works to enhance workforce development in the state.
The Biden administration is funneling $39 billion in relief funds to states to help child care providers stay in business or reopen, which it says is the single largest investment in child care in US history.
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.