Connecticut COVID-19 Response
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My professional license is expiring soon. Will there be an extension for recertification?5/3/2022
You are strongly advised to apply for or to renew your licenses online at this time.
Where do I go to get tested for COVID-19? How do I know if I should be tested?5/3/2022
Here are the most updated listings of testing locations in CT
I am insured through HUSKY Health but I am worried I won’t be able to afford my co-pay. What should I do?3/28/2022
HUSKY Health, which is run by the Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS), includes both Medicaid coverage (HUSKY A, C, and D) and Children’s Health Insurance Program coverage (HUSKY B, CHIP).
Will those who qualify for WIC benefits and Senior citizens still be able to receive Farmer's Market Nutrition Program vouchers?3/28/2022
Yes - the State has enacted special rules for the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP)
I am a landlord and want to evict my tenant. Am I currently able to do this?3/28/2022
Currently there is no eviction moratorium in effect in Connecticut.
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What are the rules around using state parks, campgrounds, golf courses, and other outdoor recreation areas?3/28/2022
Here is the latest state guidance for the current phase of reopening rules
I’m worried that my bank will start a foreclosure sale or eviction from my property because I can’t make my payments. What do I do?3/28/2022
As of March 18, 2020, and to help borrowers who are at risk of losing their homes, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has told Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to put a hold on foreclosures and foreclosure-related evictions for at least 60 days due to the coronavirus national emergency.
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Do I have to wear a mask in public?2/28/2022
Face mask requirements may vary depending on municipality at this time.
I can't pay my rent. Can I be evicted during COVID?2/17/2022
State and federal eviction protections have ended. Find out what to do next.
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What is the latest guidance for visiting bars and restaurants?10/29/2021
Restrictions have now been lifted for restaurants in Connecticut with relaxed mask requirements in effect.