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Changes impacting Offices, Personal Services, Hair Salons & Barbershops, Retail, Libraries, etc.:

  • Non-essential businesses have the right to refuse service to anyone not wearing a mask.
  • In the event an employee tests positive for COVID-19, it is recommended the business implement a 24-hour passive decontamination and follow CDC guidelines for cleaning and disinfecting.
  • For bathrooms, the posting of signage encouraging reduced capacity and reminding individuals to wash their hands and wear masks is suggested.

Changes impacting Restaurants:

  • Servers are no longer required to wear gloves.
  • Indoor performances are now allowed (with the exception of musical vocalists).

Hotels are now permitted to provide non-essential services and amenities (e.g., valets, ice machines).

US Department of Labor Releases FAQ's Concerning Paid Leave and the Reopening of Schools - 8/27/2020

Malicious Cyber Actor Spoofing- 8/19/2020

Travel Advisory for Visitors to Connecticut - 7/21/2020

Letter from Randy Fiveash, Director, Connecticut Office of Tourism Regarding COVID-19 - 7/8/2020

With Connecticut's reopening plan paised ,here's a look at what's open and what's still closed - 7/8/2020

UPDATED: Coronavirus In Connecticut - 7/7/2020

CT Virtual Coronavirus Assistant-(833) 250-7633

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