The Hartford Courant reports:
Gov. Ned Lamont on Thursday announced that he will roll back pandemic-related restrictions in Connecticut starting March 19, including allowing restaurants to operate at full capacity, loosening rules on sports and entertainment venues and lifting the state’s travel ban.
The state will maintain some key measures, including a mask mandate, social distancing rules, a curfew for restaurants and the closure of all bars. Restaurants, retail stores, houses of worship and other businesses will be allowed to reopen at full capacity, within the confines of the remaining rules.
“This is not Texas, this is not Mississippi. This is Connecticut,” Lamont said. “We are maintaining the masks.”
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— Hartford Courant (@hartfordcourant) March 4, 2021