Governor Lamont is recovering from second hip replacement
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont underwent hip replacement surgery on Wednesday.
The governor's office said in a release that he is recovering at home. Lamont had the procedure done at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Stamford.
About a year ago, Lamont had a similar surgery on the opposite side of his hip, according to Max Riess, Lamont's director of communications.
"His medical team says that he is on track for a speedy recovery," Riess said in a statement.
Lamont is expected to rest at home for the next several days, while also working remotely.