CTmeetings: Connecticut COVID-19 Resources

As of February 28, 2022, Connecticut mask mandates are now relaxed throughout the state. It is up to local governments and private businesses to decide whether or not to have their own mask mandates. Masks are required (regardless of vaccination status) in private businesses with their own mask mandates, schools that require mask mandates, healthcare settings, and state and local government departments that require masks inside specific buildings. The federal government requires wearing masks while using public transit.

With Connecticut's meetings and hospitality industries now fully open, the Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau (CTmeetings) - Connecticut's statewide Destination Marketing Organization - is working together with state departments and local municipalities, the Connecticut Lodging Association and the Connecticut Restaurant Association to ensure compliance with the current health and safety guidelines within the hospitality industry.


 

Connecticut's COVID-19 Guidelines Overview

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    Travel Advisory for Connecticut During the COVID-19 Pandemic

     

    Connecticut residents and travelers to Connecticut should follow travel-related guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Connecticut Department of Public Health (CT DPH). Mandates and requirements are not currently in place in Connecticut. Click here for detailed information on traveling.
  • Mask and face covering requirements:

    The State of Connecticut currently requires masks to be worn in the following locations:

    Schools (if required by local school board or similar authority):

    • Face masks are required to be worn inside PreK-12 public or non-public school building only if the local school board or similar local authority requires them.
       

    Private businesses and state and local governments also have the option of requiring masks to be worn inside of their establishments (this includes places such as private retail stores, government office buildings, correctional facilities, etc.).

    *For more details, please visit www.portal.ct.gov/coronavirus.

  • What's Open in Connecticut

    Sector Status Notes
    Amusement parks Open  
    Bars Open  
    Beaches (state) Open  
    Beaches (town) Open  
    Bowling alleys Open  
    Construction Open  
    DMV Open

    - Deadlines for IDs and other credentials have been extended
    - All in-person services require an appointment
    - Select services can be completed online

    Gyms and Fitness Studios Open  
    Hair Salons and Barbershops Open  
    Hotels Open  
    Libraries Open  
    Nail salons Open  
    Manufacturing Open  
    Museums and zoos Open  
    Offices Open  
    Retail Open  
    Restaurants Open  
    School (PreK-12) Open  
    State Campgrounds Open Campers must make reservations in advance. 
    State Parks Open  
    Summer camps Open  
    Spas Open  
    Tattoo Parlors Open  
    Theaters Open  

    *For more details, please visit www.portal.ct.gov/coronavirus.

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Robert Murdock

Robert Murdock President/Director of National Accounts

Direct: (860) 882-1103
Cell: (860) 490-2002
Email: robertm@ctmeetings.org
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Susan Koczka, CMP

Susan Koczka, CMP Director of National Accounts - Association/Corporate

Direct: (860) 882-1107
Cell: (860) 508-3619
Email: susank@ctmeetings.org
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