Connecticut COVID-19 Response
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I’m attending funeral services. How many people can gather at a funeral, wake, or burial?5/26/2021
Restrictions are currently lifted on religious, spiritual, or worship gatherings, but it is recommended that proper distancing measures are observed.
I am planning to hold / attend a large event in the next few weeks. Am I still allowed to do this?5/26/2021
Currently, Connecticut's COVID-19 restrictions have been largely eliminated, but you're advised to stay at least 6 feet away from anyone, whether in a large group or not.
Are graduations allowed? What are the rules for attending graduation ceremonies?5/26/2021
Graduation ceremonies will be allowed but with specific guidelines in place
Can I still have a wedding? Can I attend a wedding? What restrictions do I need to know about?5/26/2021
Weddings have specific guidelines for both the ceremony and the reception
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Can I get information on summer enrichment programs?5/21/2021
What kinds of summer camp experiences will my kids have access to this year?
Can I visit beaches and go swimming?5/18/2021
What are the current guidelines on visiting beaches and swimming in CT?
Will my child be allowed to go camping this year? Are camps and campgrounds allowed to be open?5/18/2021
The state has not mandated that youth camps close. However, other restrictions are in place....
Are hotels and private residential rentals allowed to operate during this emergency?4/23/2021
As of June 17, hotels and lodging facilities are allowed to reopen, as long as they adhere to strict safety guidelines
What businesses are closed during the State’s coronavirus response? When will they reopen?3/18/2021
Governor Lamont extended the deadline for all closure, distancing, and safety measures for many businesses. Here are specific reopening rules for certain business types, including barbers, nail salons, restaurants, bars, malls, parks, campgrounds, zoos, bowling alleys, golf courses, dentists, tattoo parlors, and farm stands.
Can I still use my reusable bags at the grocery store, pharmacy, and package store?6/9/2020
Yes, but you may need to bag your own groceries. As of March 26, 2020, at 8:00 p.m., employers may no longer require employees to bag any item in a customer-provided reusable bag