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The latest on the COVID-19 pandemic

It is important to PIA that you are updated on developments pertaining to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak regularly.

To find the latest information about COVID-19, please review this news posting daily. Postings include topics such as:

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Latest news about COVID-19 in Connecticut:

Business & Compliance:

Nov. 24: Gov. Lamont announces fines for businesses violating COVID-19 rules increase to $10,000

Nov. 20: Gov. Lamont signs 81st executive order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19: DECD granted authority to enact rules for all sports activities; Renewals for certain permits extended; Extending authorization for online CE for plumbers and electricians; Extended deadlines for CE for plumbers and electricians

Nov. 16: Connecticut Department of Public Health partners with nonprofit organization to launch ConnectToCare jobs Portal for long-term care workforce

Nov. 12: Connecticut CARES Small Business Grant Program will accept applications beginning Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020, at 8 p.m.

Nov. 9: Gov. Lamont extends COVID-19 executive orders and agency and municipality order of concurrent duration with public health and civil preparedness emergencies to Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021.

Nov. 9: Gov. Lamont approves $11 million in state funding for capital improvement projects in 94 Connecticut towns

Nov. 2: Gov. Lamont announces Connecticut will roll back to Phase 2.1 rules beginning Friday, Nov. 6, 2020.

Oct. 23: Gov. Lamont allocates $15 million from coronavirus relief fund toward innovative workforce programs connecting workers to in-demand jobs

Oct. 20: Gov. Lamont creates program to assist small businesses impacted by COVID-19

Oct. 19: Gov. Lamont announces grant program to support Connecticut’s arts community amid COVID-19 pandemic

Oct. 13: Gov. Lamont signs executive order that enacts the following: Municipal authority to revert to the more restrictive pre-Oct. 8, 2020, size and capacity limitations and rules for certain businesses and gatherings.

Oct. 8: Gov. Lamont amends size restrictions on certain gatherings and extends drive-in worship services and graduations

Oct. 1: U.S. Senate halts PPP

Sept. 25: Gov. Lamont signs 72nd executive order that extends the prohibition on sale of alcohol by certain permittees without the sale of food; and extends contracting flexibility regulated to student privacy data.

Sept. 24: Gov. Lamont announces Connecticut moves toward Phase Three of reopening on Thursday, Oct. 8, 2020.

Sept. 23: Gov. Lamont announces expansion of state’s shared work program to help employers navigate economic impact of pandemic

Sept. 23: PURA extends COVID-19 payment program enrollment date

Sept. 21: Gov. Lamont announces launch of Connecticut’s new online state tax filing system

Sept. 17: Gov. Lamont announces launch of new paid leave authority website to help navigate paid leave in Connecticut

Sept. 14: Conn. DOL announces federal Lost Wages Assistance extended to six weeks; claimants due to receive first payment this week

Sept. 9: Connecticut approved for two additional weeks of lost wages assistance; Claimant certification begins within a week

Sept. 8: Gov. Lamont signs executive order renewing and extending all unexpired executive orders that were issued under the March 10, 2020, public health and civil preparedness emergency declarations through Monday, Nov. 9, 2020; and extending agency and municipality orderse of concurrent duration with public health and civil preparedness emergencies.

Sept. 4: Gov. Lamont signs executive order enabling commissioners of Early Childhood and Education to issue operational rules, and extends the prohibition on sale of alcohol by certain permitees without the sale of food.

Sept. 1: Gov. Lamont extends Connecticut’s state of emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2020.

Aug. 21: Gov. Lamont announces Connecticut submits application to FEMA for supplemental disaster wage unemployment benefits

Aug. 21: Gov. Lamont extends Connecticut’s pandemic eviction moratorium to Thursday, Oct 1, 2020

July 24: Gov. Lamont signs executive order strengthening workers’ compensation claims for essential workers impacted by COVID-19

July 17: Gov. Lamont statement on workers’ compensation

July 13: Gov. Lamont signs 60th executive order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, including authorization for temporary rental housing program; temporary mortgage relief program; online continuing education for plumbers and electricians

July 13: Gov. Lamont reminds residents that free support remains available for taxpayers to file 2019 taxes and receive economic impact payments

July 8: State campgrounds open for the season

July 6: Lamont suspends Phase Three; Bars stay closed for now

July 6: U.S. Census Bureau Small Business Pulse Survey (updated weekly)

June 30: Gov. Lamont expands state’s youth employment program amid COVID-19 crisis

June 29: Gov. Lamont announces assistance for renters, homeowners, and residential landlords impacted by COVID-19 emergency

June 23: DMV partially reopens for select in-person services

June 22: Gov. Lamont encourages participation in statewide VITA program to combat financial insecurity during COVID-19 pandemic

June 19: Connecticut Department of Labor issues update on the establishment of a new contact center and latest data on unemployment claims

June 15: Businesses reminded to self-certify prior to Phase Two opening on Wednesday

June 11: Gov. Lamont launches initiative providing Connecticut residents with career resouces and workforce upskilling following COVID-19 pandemic

June 7: Gov. Lamont releases business documents for phase two reopening on June 17

June 5: Paycheck Protection Program requirements amended

May 23: Gov. Lamont announces approval of first permit for a restaurant to use a state highway right-of-way for outdoor dining

May 18: Gov. Lamont extends the prohibition of large gatherings; off-track betting, indoor fitness and movie theaters until June 20

May 18: Gov. Lamont releases dental guidance agreed upon by working groups of dentists, hygienists and assistants

May 18: Gov. Lamont and Gov. Raimondo to align hair salon and barber shop reopenings early June

May 15: Gov. Lamont announces distribution of infrared thermometers to eligible small businesses, nonprofits, and places of worship

May 13: Gov. Lamont announces Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group to hold business roundtable Thursday at 10 a.m.

May 9: Gov. Lamont releases rules for businesses under first phase Connecticut’s reopening plans amid COVID-19

May 6: Small-business owners and workers asked to provide input on reopening efforts

May 4: Gov. Lamont announces statewide launch of free online job training program for unemployment claimants

April 28: Gov. Lamont announces Labor Department has begun issuing supplemental $600 stimulus payments for state unemployment benefits

April 19: Gov. Lamont, Gov. Cuomo, Gov. Baker, Gov. Raimondo, Gov. Murphy, Gov. Wolf and Gov. Carney announce appointees to multi-state council to get people back to work and restore the economy

April 18: Gov. Lamont, Gov. Cuomo and Gov Murphy announce alignment of state policies for marinas and boatyards

April 15: Gov. Lamont announces implementation of system that will significantly speed up unemployment claims during COVID-19 emergency

April 13: Gov. Lamont, Gov. Cuomo, Gov. Murphy, Gov. Raimondo, Gov. Wolf, Gov. Carney announce multi-state council to get people back to work and restore the economy

April 10: Gov. Lamont signs executive order providing residential rent protections during COVID-19 emergency, extending all closure and safety measures through May 20

April 2: Looking for more information on paid medical, family and sick leave? PIA members can access QS91012FFCRA paid medical and family leave, and QS91013Additional information about paid medical, family and sick leave questions in the PIA QuickSource library.

April 2: Start applying for a Paycheck Protection Program loan Friday, April 3

April 1: How to prepare for an SBA Paycheck Protection Program loan

March 27: Important DECD update

March 27: President signs federal stimulus package; includes loans for small businesses

March 26: Who qualifies for paid leave under the new coronavirus law

March 26: Connecticut launches small-business bridge loan program

March 24: Lamont signs Executive Order 7K to allow remote notarization, and to suspend probate court, noncritical workers’ compensation requirements

March 23: Nonessential businesses must cease in-person functions; more updates from weekend

March 23: Treasury, IRS, and Labor announce tax credits for small- and mid-sized businesses to swiftly recover the cost of providing coronavirus-related leave

March 23: Mass. governor orders all nonessential businesses to cease in-person operation, directs the Department of Public Health to issue stay-at-home advisory for two weeks

March 22: Gov. Lamont releases guidance to businesses on order asking Connecticut to ’stay safe, stay home’

March 20: Governors from Conn., N.J., N.Y., and Pa., advocate for federal assistance for residents and businesses

March 20: U.S. Treasury extends tax-filing deadline for taxpayers and businesses

March 20: Business interruption insurance and the novel coronavirus

March 20: Restaurants, cafes and taverns permitted to sell sealed alcoholic beverages with take-out meals; barbershops, hair salons, tattoo or piercing parlors must temporarily close

March 19: Updates from governor about small- to mid-size businesses

March 19: Paid sick leave signed by president

March 19: Hartford officers test positive for COVID-19; second Connecticut resident dies of disease; Gov. Ned Lamont directs nail salons, barber shops to close

March 18: Treasury and IRS to delay tax payment deadline by 90 days

March 18: Northeast governors from Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania announce additional measures to combat COVID-19

March 17: If you do business in New York: Cyber security certification of compliance filing deadline extended to May 30 due to COVID-19

March 16: Northeast governors from Connecticut, New York, New Jersey announce collective measures to combat spread of COVID-19

March 13: U.S. House plans to vote on virus bill soon

March 10: Utica National offers coronavirus guidance for employers, and educational institutions

March 3: Endorsements: COVID-19 risk management

Insurance Industry:

Oct. 6: NAIC survey: Nearly half of consumers don’t understand how their health insurance would pay for coronavirus testing and treatment

Aug. 25: Health insurance coverage for telehealth revised

July 14: Gov. Lamont authorizes continued temporary suspension for the requirements for licensure, certification or registration for out-of-state providers

June 22: U.S. insurers eye Legionnaires’ disease safeguards as buildings reopen from pandemic shutdowns

June 12: CID issues Bulletin FS-40: Compliance with certain hard copy filing requirements/Forms D and D-1 seal in light of COVID-19, and Bulletin FS-41: Compliance with certain hard copy filing requirements in light of COVID-19.

May 22: Insurance commissioner reminds all insureds, Husky Health participants are eligible for ’no-cost’ COVID-19 coronavirus testing (update to May 19 press release)

May 20: Insurance commissioner approves expansion of free-life insurance coverage for frontline health care workers from MassMutual during COVID-19 pandemic

May 19: Insurance commissioner reminds all insureds are eligible for ’no-cost’ COVID-19 coronavirus testing and treatment

May 18: Insurance commissioner reminds businesses to verify coverage during reopening

May 13: Insurance producers licensed in N.J.: DOBI bulletin requires insurers to provide premium relief

May 5: NCCI provides relief for policyholders affected by COVID-19

April 29: Bulletin FS-39: Compliance with certain hard copy filing requirements in light of COVID-19

April 29: Bulletin FS-38: Compliance with certain hard copy filing requirements and certain holding company filings in light of COVID-19

April 28: Timely, accurate and complete claim reporting: Ensure that your agency is prepared to handle incoming COVID-19-related claims

April 24: PIA National praises House passage of bill to add funds to CARES act programs

April 21: Insurance commissioner granting temporary insurance producer licenses to new resident applicants

April 16: PIA National opposes business interruption legislation

April 14: AAIS COVID-19 pandemic resource center

April 6: Commissioner calls on insurers to lower personal auto premiums, adjust certain commercial auto insurance during COVID-19 pandemic

April 3: Travelers’ ’Distribution Support Plan’ to provide financial assistance to agents and brokers

April 3: Insurance producers required to provide notice to N.Y. policyholders by April 13, 2020

April 2: Executive order requires 60-day grace period for policyholders unable to pay premiums due to COVID-19 pandemic

March 31: PIA National proposes COVID-19 recovery fund

March 27: PIA National statement on House passage of COVID-19 relief bill

March 27: PIA National statement on Senate passage of COVID-19 relief bill

March 26: Commissioner Mais calls on auto insurers to extend coverage to delivery drivers’ personal vehicles

March 25: PIACT confirms: Insurance agencies deemed essential for ’Stay safe, stay home,’ and other COVID-19 updates

March 24: CID requests 60-day grace period for cancellations

March 24: DECD: Insurance agencies an essential business, and may continue necessary business operations

March 24: CID: License renewals and continuing-education compliance dates extended to June 30

March 20: Utica National offers advices on the COVID-19 pandemic: How agents and producers should respond to coverage questions

March 19: Even during challenging times, we are committed to our members

March 18: PIACT updates members about COVID-19

March 17: Insurance department temporarily closes office to the public

March 17: A message about COVID-19 from PIACT Lobbyist James Woulfe, Esq.

March 12: COVID-19 and what it means to you (PIA QuickSource document)

March 12: Insurers impacted by coronavirus twice over

March 11: Connecticut Insurance Department issues notice to travel insurers due to state emergecy declaration

March 11: Update from PIACT: Conn. leaders take precautions; COVID-19 in state

March 10: Conn. insurers agree to cover costs of COVID-19 testing

March 10: Gov. Lamont working with health insurers to assure preparedness for coronavirus outbreak including coverage for testing costs

March 9: Coronavirus will cost businesses billions. Insurance may not help.

March 6: Update from PIA: COVID-19 outbreak

Feb. 4: Many coverage exclusions with coronavirus

General Information:

Nov. 24: Gov. Lamont’s daily update on coronavirus response efforts

Nov. 23: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Nov. 19: COVID-19 Alert Map: 145 municipalities now in red

Nov. 18: Regional coalition of Northeast governors announce colleges will be encouraged to provide testing for students before leaving for Thanksgiving break, recommend expanded remote instruction to end fall semester safely

Nov. 18: PURA extends COVID-19 payment program enrollment date

Nov. 17: Vermont added to travel advisory; no locations removed

Nov. 16: Gov. Lamont requests federal extension of the Connecticut National Guard’s COVID-19 support through June

Nov. 13: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Nov. 12: Weekly update of the Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 Alert Map: 100 municipalities now in red

Nov. 12: Gov. Lamont announces launch of COVID Alert CT, the exposure notification app in Connecticut

Nov. 12: Joint statement from the offices of Gov. Lamont, Gov. Baker, Gov. Mills, Gov. Murphy, Gov. Raimondo, Gov. Scott and Gov. Sununu on the suspension of interstate youth hockey

Nov. 11: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Nov. 10: Maine and New Hampshire added to travel advisory, no locations removed

Nov. 6: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Nov. 5: Gov. Lamont approves $3.4 million in coronavirus relief grants for shelter improvements and homelessness prevention services

Nov. 4: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Nov. 3: Oregon and Washington added to travel advisory; no locations removed

Oct. 30: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Oct. 27: Gov. Lamont amends travel advisory to exempt travelers from New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island

Oct. 26: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Oct. 22: Update from the Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 alert map: 19 municipalities in red

Oct. 21: Gov. Lamont announces state begins allocation of $20 million to support local health districts on ongoing COVID-19 response efforts

Oct. 16: Gov. Lamont announces limited number of fans can attend Toronto FC game on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020

Oct. 14: Additional SNAP benefits coming to 105,000 households in Connecticut on Friday, Oct. 16, 2020

Oct. 12: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Oct. 9: Gov. Lamont announces membership of the COVID-19 Vaccine Advisory Group

Oct. 9: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Oct. 7: Gov. Cuomo announces second round of funding to expand telepractice capacity across New York state

Oct. 7: Gov. Lamont announces state will support public libraries with $2.6 million in coronavirus relief funds

Oct. 5: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Oct. 2: Gov. Lamont signs bill to facilitate processing of absentee ballots during upcoming general election

Oct. 2: Connecticut Department of Public Health issues COVID-19 alert for Norwich after significant spike in new cases

Oct. 1: Weekly update on the impact of COVID-19 on nursing homes and assisted-living facilities

Sept. 30: Gov. Lamont doubles funding for housing assistance program to prevent the spread of COVID-19, extends eviction moratorium to end of 2020

Sept. 30: Gov. Lamont announces new programs to support those who need to isolate or self-quarantine due to COVID-19 infection or exposure

Sept. 29: Weekly update to the regional travel advisory: Colorado meets metrics to qualify, Arizona and Virginia removed

Sept. 28: Connecticut Department of Public Health announces new COVID-19 guidelines for visitation at long-term care facilities in response to federal directive

Sept. 22: Weekly update to the regional travel advisory: Arizona, Minnesota, Nevada, Rhode Island and Wyoming meet metrics to qualify

Sept. 18: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Sept. 16: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Sept. 15: Gov. Lamont: Program investing in remote learning for Connecticut students is ahead of schedule on device delivery and internet connectivity

Sept. 10: Weekly update on the impact of COVID-19 on nursing homes and assisted-living facilities

Sept. 3: Weekly update on the impact of COVID-19 on nursing homes and assisted living facilities

Sept. 2: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Sept. 2: Gov. Lamont: Unique program delivering food boxes to high-risk Connecticut residents expands to more communities

Sept. 1: Weekly update to the regional travel advisory; two states added, no areas removed

Aug. 28: Judicial branch to resume court operations at four more locations on Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020

Aug. 27: Gov. Lamont, Gov. Cuomo and Gov. Murphy joint statement on federal decision to weaken COVID-19 testing guidelines

Aug. 26: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Aug. 25: Guam added, five states removed from Connecticut travel advisory

Aug. 24: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Aug. 20: Weekly update on the impact of COVID-19 on nursing homes and assisted living facilities

Aug. 19: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Aug. 18: Lamont administration receives interim report on COVID-19 in Connecticut’s long-term care facilities

Aug. 18: Alaska, Delaware added to Conn. travel advisory list; Washington state removed

Aug. 17: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Aug. 14: Gov. Lamont signs executive order that modifies face covering requirements and grants permission to the DECD commissioner to establish limits for private gatherings

Aug. 12: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Aug. 11: R.I. removed, Hawaii added to locaions on the updated Connecticut COVID-19 travel advisory

Aug. 10: Management of absentee ballots for today’s primary

Aug. 7: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Aug. 7: Gov. Lamont announces Connecticut receives extension of full federal funding for National Guard COVID-19 response operations

Aug. 6: Gov. Lamont provides updated data on the impact of COVID-19 on nursing homes and assisted living facilities

Aug. 4:A list of states included in Lamont’s travel advisory to quarantine for 14 days

Aug. 3: Guidance for decision-making regarding the use of in-person, hybrid (blended), or remote learning models in Connecticut schools during COVID-19

July 31: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

July 29: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

July 28: Regional travel advisory expanded to include more locations with high COVID-19 infection rates

July 28: Gov. Lamont and Public Health Commissioner Gifford express concern over COVID-19 outbreak clusters among teens and young adults

July 27: Connecticut DMV announces additional deadline extensions

July 25: Updated data on the impact of COVID-19 on nursing homes and assisted living facilities

July 22: Connecticut receives FEMA Feeding Program extension through Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2020.

July 21: Gov. Lamont signs 62nd executive order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, enacting the repeal of advisory self-quarantine; mandatory self-quarantine for travelers from states with high COVID-19 infection levels; and the extension of statuatory or regulatory deadlines by DMV.

July 21: Gov. Lamont signs executive order strengthening self-quarantine requirements when entering a Connecticut from high-risk states

July 16: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

July 15: Gov. Lamont requests extension of Connecticut National Guard’s COVID-19 support through the end of the calendar year

July 15: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

July 10: Updated data on the impact of COVID-19 on nursing homes and assisted living facilities

July 9: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

July 6: Gov. Lamont signs executive order modifying minimum service hours for private non-medical institutions for adults

July 3: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

July 1: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 30: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 28: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 27: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 26: CDC releases results from first six sites of large-scale seroprevalence survey, including Connecticut

June 25: Gov. Lamont announces plans for 2020-21 school year amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

June 25: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response effforts

June 24: Gov. Lamont, Gov. Cuomo and Gov. Murphy announce joint incoming travel advisory that all individuals traveling from states with significant community spread of COVID-19 self-quarantine for 14 days

June 21: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 20: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 18: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 17: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 16: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 14: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 13: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 12: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 10: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 9: State reaches resolution on access to visitation for persons with disabilities in health care facilities during COVID-19 pandemic

June 8: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 7: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 6: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 5: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 5: Preparing for a hurricane season during a pandemic: What’s in your Go Bag?

June 4: Gov. Lamont establishes program to reimburse towns and cities for expenses related to COVID-19

June 4: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 3: Gov. Lamont announces public-private partnership to support vulnerable residents during COVID-19 emergency

June 2: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

June 1: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 31: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 30: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 29: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 28: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 27: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 26: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 25: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 24: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 23: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 21: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 19: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 18: Gov. Lamont announces reopen Connecticut advisory group to hold community roundtable Tuesday at 2 p.m.

May 17: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May?15: Gov. Lamont announces Connecticut’s?Shoreline State Park?beaches will be open Memorial Day Weekend?

May 14: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 12: Merrill opinion broadens absentee ballot access

May 13: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 10: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 7: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 5: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 5: Gov. Lamont announces classes at?K-12 public schools will remain canceled for the rest of the academic year

May 4: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 3: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 2: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

May 1: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response effects

April 27: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

April 26: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

April 20: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

April 17: Gov. Lamont orders Connecticut’s presidential primary election further rescheduled to Aug. 11

April 16: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s response efforts

April 12: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

March 30: Gov. Lamont announces approval of federal disaster declaration for COVID-19 response in Connecticut

March 27: Protection of public health and safety during COVID-19 pandemic and response - increased distancing, expanded family assistance, and academic assessment suspension

March 20: All DMV branch offices will be closed until further notice. Services will be provided online, through the mail and by phone

March 20: Conn. DMV announces extension for renewal of DMV credentials

March 18: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

March 17: Gov. Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

March 17: Attorney General Tong provides update on coronavirus price gouging complaints

March 17: Congress begins to address COVID-19 pandemic

March 17: One dangerous coronavirus "self-check test" is circulating on social media. Here’s why you should avoid it.

March 16: Lamont administration, Mashantucket Pequot, Mohegan Tribal Nations strike historic agreement to support COVID-19 prevention efforts

March 13: Trump declares a national emergency in response to coronavirus

March 13: Federal government’s response to coronavirus, COVID-19

March 11: COVID-19 is now officially a pandemic, the World Health Organization says

March 10: Attorney General Tong releases guidance on price gouging enforcement

March 8: Gov. Ned Lamont announces first positive case of novel coronavirus involving Connecticut resident

Webinars & Videos:

Aug. 27: The Break: Workers’ Compensation and COVID-19

Aug. 6: The Break: EPLI and COVID-19

June 4: The Break: New York’s Phase Two of Reopening

May 26: The Break: Safely Returning to Business

May 19: The Break: The Process of Reopening

May 15: The Break: The Liability of Reopening

May 13: The Break: Workers’ Compensation and the Coronavirus

May 1: COVID-19 and the Construction Site

April 27: Register to join a PIA member-exclusive Zoom call to discuss COVID-19 with construction, labor and real estate lawyer Tom Tripodianos, Esq.

April 21: The Break: The New Jersey Grace Period

April 16: The Break: Vacancy Clauses

April 13: The Break: The Connecticut Grace Period

April 7: The Break: Business Interruption

April 7: The Break: New York Moratorium

April 2: The Break: Paycheck Protection Loan

April 1: The Break: Paid Medical and Family Leave

April 1: PIA Northeast Director of Government & Industry Affairs Bradford J. Lachut, Esq., to lead PIA webinar, Coronavirus and Commercial Coverage on Monday, April 13, and Wednesday, May 6, from 10-11 a.m.

March 31: The Break: PIA explains what small businesses need to know about the federal stimulus

March 23: Did you miss the free-to-PIA-members Webinar: Coronavirus: What You Need to Know Right Now? You can access it on-demand now.

March 10: Video: Insurance department commissioner talks coronavirus

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