COVID Restrictions Loosened On Restaurants, Houses Of Worship
As Connecticut’s coronavirus positivity rate continues to trend downwards, Gov. Ned Lamont is acting to relax Covid restrictions on religious gatherings and extend the curfew for restaurants and other businesses. Houses of worship will remain at 50 percent capacity, but the governor will remove the 100-person cap. And starting Tuesday, curfews at restaurants will be extended from 10 o’clock to 11 o’clock.