Middletown and other towns across Connecticut are putting proactive measures in place to quell the spread of COVID-19. Disruptions to school, work, and major public gatherings are already manifesting and it’s important to stay up to date on what’s happening in the Middletown, CT community.
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Connecticut COVID-19 Cases
Connecticut Total Coronavirus Cases: 929,899
Connecticut New Coronavirus Deaths:
Connecticut Total Coronavirus Deaths: 11,587
U.S. Total Coronavirus Cases: 100,906,111
U.S. New Coronavirus Deaths: 68
U.S. Total Coronavirus Deaths: 1,106,990
Coronavirus News for Middletown
The debate over rewarding Connecticut’s essential workers for serving during the coronavirus outbreak largely is resolved. The larger question — how to rescue working families from the economic shocks ... More info »The Middletown Press - 12/01/2022 10:59pm
Conn., is putting pressure on Amazon to crack down on what he calls “rampant fake reviews” on the e-commerce site. Fake reviews of products on sites like Amazon have been a problem for years but has ... More info »The Middletown Press - 12/05/2022 07:11am
Then came COVID-19 and a multi-year health care crisis and a widespread ... who is vice president of health care for AFT Connecticut, a union representing health care workers. "I leave work wanting to ... More info »The Day - 12/04/2022 04:43pm
Fixing bridges, improving roads — Connecticut’s potential next transportation commissioner outlines projects
Connecticut Transportation Director Joe Giulietti is retiring at the age of 70, ending a career that has spanned five decades and placed him at the helm for four ... More info »WTNH - 11/23/2022 08:45am
Then came COVID-19 and a multi-year health care crisis and a widespread staffing shortage and a rise in mandatory overtime. Dayton watched as co-workers left the field en masse, whether to become ... More info »StamfordAdvocate - 12/03/2022 12:00am