COVID-19 Community Levels Map Update, Nov. 18, 2022: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has listed Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, Tolland, and Windham Counties in the Medium/Yellow category as part of its COVID-19 Community Levels Map. New London County is currently listed in the Low/Green category. Visit the CDC COVID-19 Community Levels Map for updates.


Monkeypox: Please visit our monkeypox webpage for the latest updates.

COVID-19 - Information for Public Water Systems

Please note that DPH DWS is open for business and available to help PWS during normal business hours (M-F 8-4:30). During this time, most staff are working remotely to better protect our workforce in order to serve you. Email is the preferred method of contact at this time. Please email your question or concern to DWDcompliance@ct.gov or to a specific DWS staff employee’s email (firstname.lastname@ct.gov) and we will be happy to assist you. Routinely check the DPH website for latest Circular Letters to PWS and COVID-19 updates

**US Dept of Homeland Security Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Releases Guidance on Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers During COVID-19**
https://www.cisa.gov/publication/guidance-essential-critical-infrastructure-workforce


Information on COVID-19 and Drinking Water:


COVID 19 Information for:


Monthly Drinking Water Webinar Series:

2022

2021

  • Webinar - 2021-01 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (January 7, 2020) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-02 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (January 21, 2020) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-03 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (February 4, 2020) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-04 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (February 18, 2020) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-05 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (March 04, 2020) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-06 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (March 18, 2020) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-07 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (April 8, 2021) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-08 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (April 22, 2021) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-09 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (May 6, 2021) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-10 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (May 20, 2021) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-11 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (June 03, 2021) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-12 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (July 15, 2021) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-13 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (August 5, 2021) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-14 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (September 2, 2021) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-15 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (October 7, 2021) To view this webinar please click here
  • Webinar - 2021-16 - COVID-19 for Public Water Systems, Certified Operators, Environmental Laboratories (November 4, 2021) To view this webinar please click here

2020


COVID-19 Resources for Building with Low or No Flow:


Additional COVID-19 Drinking Water Resources