UPDATE — Our distribution teams sent another 500K self-tests to municipalities, K-12 students & teachers, childcare providers, and 1st responders across CT. Some of these tests went to nursing homes to keep our elderly residents safe. Huge thanks to all involved. #InThisTogether

Jan 22, 2022 · 9:29 PM UTC

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Get more high quality mask out there, it should be everywhere, at store counters everywhere for free
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My preference would be to drive to the window at Walgreens to pick them up. By mail, it comes to PO Box and I'll have to wait in line, indoors, to pick them up.
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Nice going. Once people know they are sick, they can build their immune system with many of the recommended vitamins and test for the oxygen saturation levels to see if they are in need of monoclonal antibodies or other known treatments. Testing is step 1. Treatment is step 2.
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But…they were not distributed as per the Presidents original speech. My town only “allowed” you to get it if you “needed” it. Who gets to decide this? Needless to say. I wanted to have on hand just in case. But never got one. Town got limited kits.
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@ASlavitt delivers a must read review of the state of play with Omicron. We have many tools and can prevent worst outcomes for many. Don’t be lulled into complacency or denial that it’ll just be over soon. Be smart, be vigilant, and prepare for uncertainty.
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when are the residence of Middletown going to get it some covid test? I seen New Haven and Hartford get multiple sites for free test, you know we pay taxes in Middletown too!
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