Resources: Coronavirus In Connecticut

March 18, 2020
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At 96.5 TIC, we care about you and your health! We know these are unsettling times and we hope you find comfort in listening to Today's Best Variety. 

Here are some local resources you may find helpful. (**Check back for updates to this post!**)

You can reach Connecticut's 24/7 coronavirus information line at 2-1-1.  

Testing:

If you feel sick, CALL YOUR PRIMARY CARE DOCTOR! 

According to Governor Lamont, drive-thru testing sites have been set up at area hospitals, which require a prescription from your physician* and an appointment. 

Bridgeport Hospital
Bristol Health
Backus Hospital
Bridgeport Hospital
Bristol Health
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital 
Danbury Hospital
Greenwich Hospital
Hartford Hospital 
MidState Medical Center Starting 
St. Vincent’s Medical Center
Stamford Health
Waterbury Hospital
Yale-New Haven Hospital

(*Hartford Healthcare hospitals require referrals from Hartford Healthcare providers)

Small Businesses:
If you're a small business owner in Connecticut, you may be eligible for some financial aid. Here's how!

Health Coverage:
Access Health CT announced a special enrollment period for Connecticut residents without health coverage. Click here!

Meals for Students: 
Many districts are providing meals for school-age children. Foodshare has information

For more information on coronavirus in Connecticut, visit the State's website here!

Visit our sister station, WTIC News/Talk 1080 for local updates on coronavirus!

Related content: 
-Dr. Alessi shares important information on our sister-station, WTIC News/Talk 1080!
-Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin talks with our sister station, Hot 93.7, on how coronavirus will affect our small businesses and Hartford families. 

And here's how to enjoy Today's Best Variety while you're working from home!

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