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When Can We Go Back To Work?

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Ryan Caron King
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Connecticut Public Radio
Governor Ned Lamont at a field hospital

Last month, the Connecticut Department of Labor received more than 300,000 unemployment claims. Last week, Governor Ned Lamont announced the formation of a multi-state council to get people back to work and restore the economy.

This hour, we’re speaking with Governor Lamont to understand just what this means. What will easing COVID-19 restrictions look like?

Later, we will hear from the Connecticut Department of Labor Deputy Commissioner Daryle Dudzinski on how those claims are being processed. 

We want to hear from you. What questions do you have for Governor Lamont, and Commissioner Daryle Dudzinski?

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  • Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont (@GovNedLamont)
  • Deputy Commisoner Daryle Dudzinski - Connecticut Department of Labor (@CTDOL)

 

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