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Keeping residents safe is something the city takes seriously with an emergency alert system and a detailed emergency preparedness plan.

With its own police department, Ridgefield. As of , Maine is the least densely populated state in the U. It is known as the "Pine Tree State" due to the fact that around 83 percent of its land is forests.

It is known for its beautiful rocky coastlines measuring around miles altogether. It is home to West Quoddy Head, which is the easternmost point in the lower 48 states.

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Soldiers at the Redding camp endured supply shortages, cold temperatures, and significant snow, with some historians dubbing the encampment "Connecticut's Valley Forge".

The state was also the launching site for a number of raids against Long Island orchestrated by Samuel Holden Parsons and Benjamin Tallmadge , [56] and provided men and material for the war effort, especially to Washington's army outside New York City.

Connecticut ratified the U. Constitution on January 9, , becoming the fifth state. The state prospered during the era following the American Revolution, as mills and textile factories were built and seaports flourished from trade [61] and fisheries.

After Congress established in the predecessor to the U. Revenue Cutter Service that would evolve into the U. Coast Guard, President Washington assigned Jonathan Maltbie as one of seven masters to enforce customs regulations, with Maltbie monitoring the southern New England coast with a foot cutter sloop named Argus.

In , Connecticut ceded territory to the U. The state retained land extending across the northern part of present-day Ohio called the Connecticut Western Reserve.

Connecticut made agreements with Pennsylvania and New York which extinguished the land claims within those states' boundaries and created the Connecticut Panhandle.

The state then ceded the Western Reserve in to the federal government, [63] which brought it to its present boundaries other than minor adjustments with Massachusetts.

For the first time in , Connecticut shipwrights launched more than vessels in a single year. Over the following decade to the doorstep of renewed hostilities with Britain that sparked the War of , Connecticut boatyards constructed close to 1, vessels, the most productive stretch of any decade in the 19th century.

During the war, the British launched raids in Stonington and Essex and blockaded vessels in the Thames River. Derby native Isaac Hull became Connecticut's best-known naval figure to win renown during the conflict, as captain of the USS Constitution.

The British blockade during the War of hurt exports and bolstered the influence of Federalists who opposed the war. Connecticut came to be recognized as a major center for manufacturing, due in part to the inventions of Eli Whitney and other early innovators of the Industrial Revolution.

The war led to the development of fast clippers that helped extend the reach of New England merchants to the Pacific and Indian oceans.

The first half of the 19th century saw as well a rapid rise in whaling, with New London emerging as one of the New England industry's three biggest home ports after Nantucket and New Bedford.

The state was known for its political conservatism, typified by its Federalist party and the Yale College of Timothy Dwight. The foremost intellectuals were Dwight and Noah Webster , [68] who compiled his great dictionary in New Haven.

Religious tensions polarized the state, as the Congregational Church struggled to maintain traditional viewpoints, in alliance with the Federalists.

The failure of the Hartford Convention in hurt the Federalist cause, with the Democratic-Republican Party gaining control in Connecticut had been governed under the " Fundamental Orders " since , but the state adopted a new constitution in Connecticut manufacturers played a major role in supplying the Union forces with weapons and supplies during the Civil War.

The state furnished 55, men, formed into thirty full regiments of infantry, including two in the U. Colored Troops , with several Connecticut men becoming generals.

James H. Ward of Hartford was the first U. Naval Officer killed in the Civil War. A surge of national unity in brought thousands flocking to the colors from every town and city.

However, as the war became a crusade to end slavery, many Democrats especially Irish Catholics pulled back. The Democrats took a pro-slavery position and included many Copperheads willing to let the South secede.

The intensely fought election for governor was narrowly won by the Republicans. Connecticut's extensive industry, dense population, flat terrain, and wealth encouraged the construction of railroads starting in Morgan began financing the major New England railroads in the s, dividing territory so that they would not compete.

The New Haven purchased 50 smaller companies, including steamship lines, and built a network of light rails electrified trolleys that provided inter-urban transportation for all of southern New England.

As steam-powered passenger ships proliferated after the Civil War, Noank would produce the two largest built in Connecticut during the 19th century, with the foot wooden steam paddle wheeler Rhode Island launched in , and the foot paddle wheeler Connecticut seven years later.

Connecticut shipyards would launch more than steam-powered vessels in the 19th century. In , the first telephone exchange in the world was established in New Haven.

Connecticut was also an important U. Navy supplier, with Electric Boat receiving orders for 85 submarines, [84] Lake Torpedo Boat building more than 20 subs, [85] and the Groton Iron Works building freighters.

The state enthusiastically supported the American war effort in and with large purchases of war bonds, a further expansion of industry, and an emphasis on increasing food production on the farms.

Thousands of state, local, and volunteer groups mobilized for the war effort and were coordinated by the Connecticut State Council of Defense.

In , J. On September 21, , the most destructive storm in New England history struck eastern Connecticut, killing hundreds of people.

The hurricane caused extensive damage to infrastructure, homes, and businesses. In New London, a foot m sailing ship was driven into a warehouse complex, causing a major fire.

An estimated 50, trees fell onto roadways. Connecticut manufactured 4. On May 13, , Igor Sikorsky made an untethered flight of the first practical helicopter.

Connecticut lost some wartime factories following the end of hostilities, but the state shared in a general post-war expansion that included the construction of highways [] and resulting in middle-class growth in suburban areas.

Prescott Bush represented Connecticut in the U. Senate from to ; his son George H. Bush and grandson George W.

Bush both became presidents of the United States. Grasso , who became the first woman in any state to be elected governor. Connecticut's dependence on the defense industry posed an economic challenge at the end of the Cold War.

The resulting budget crisis helped elect Lowell Weicker as governor on a third-party ticket in Weicker's remedy was a state income tax which proved effective in balancing the budget, but only for the short-term.

He did not run for a second term, in part because of this politically unpopular move. In , initial construction was completed on Foxwoods Casino at the Mashantucket Pequots reservation in eastern Connecticut, which became the largest casino in the Western Hemisphere.

Mohegan Sun followed four years later. In , presidential candidate Al Gore chose Senator Joe Lieberman as his running mate, marking the first time that a major party presidential ticket included someone of the Jewish faith.

Bush and Dick Cheney in the Electoral College. In the terrorist attacks of September 11, , 65 state residents were killed, mostly Fairfield County residents who were working in the World Trade Center.

Rowland resigned during a corruption investigation, later pleading guilty to federal charges. In the summer and fall of , Connecticut experienced a drought in many parts of the state, causing some water-use bans.

Drought Monitor, including almost all of Hartford and Litchfield counties. This affected the agricultural economy in the state. Governor John G.

Rowland resigned from office for corruption in The October nor'easter caused major snow damage in the state. As of [update] , Connecticut had an estimated population of 3,,, [4] which is a decrease of 7, 0.

This includes a natural increase since the last census of 67, , births minus , deaths and an increase due to net migration of 41, people into the state.

Immigration from outside the United States resulted in a net increase of 75, people, and migration within the country produced a net loss of 34, Based on the estimates, Connecticut moved from 29th most populous state to 30th.

Females made up approximately The first census in which less than half the population was classified as rural was In the census, only Most of western and southern Connecticut particularly the Gold Coast is strongly associated with New York City; this area is the most affluent and populous region of the state and has high property costs and high incomes.

The center of population of Connecticut is located in the town of Cheshire. As of the United States Census , Connecticut's race and ethnic percentages were:.

Hispanics and Latinos of any race made up As of , The largest European ancestry groups are: []. As of [update] , Note: Births in table do not add up, because Hispanics are counted both by their ethnicity and by their race, giving a higher overall number.

The religious affiliations of the people of Connecticut as of [update] : []. According to the Association of Religion Data Archives , the largest Christian denominations, by number of adherents, in were: the Catholic Church , with 1,,; the United Church of Christ , with 96,; and non-denominational Evangelical Protestants, with 72, Recent immigration has brought other non-Christian religions to the state, but the numbers of adherents of other religions are still low.

As of December , Connecticut's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 3. Dating back to , Connecticut recorded its lowest unemployment in between August and October, at 2.

The highest unemployment rate during that period occurred in November and December at 9. Tax is collected by the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services [] and by local municipalities.

As of , Connecticut residents had the second highest rate in the nation of combined state and local taxes after New York, at Before , Connecticut had an investment-only income tax system.

In , under Governor Lowell P. Weicker Jr. The new tax policy drew investment firms to Connecticut; as of [update] , Fairfield County was home to the headquarters for 16 of the largest hedge funds in the world.

All wages of Connecticut residents are subject to the state's income tax, even if earned outside the state. However, in those cases, Connecticut income tax must be withheld only to the extent the Connecticut tax exceeds the amount withheld by the other jurisdiction.

Connecticut permits a credit for taxes paid to other jurisdictions, but since residents who work in other states are still subject to Connecticut income taxation, they may owe taxes if the jurisdictional credit does not fully offset the Connecticut tax amount.

Connecticut levies a 6. In , Connecticut instituted what became an annual sales tax "holiday" each August lasting one week, when retailers do not have to remit sales tax on certain items and quantities of clothing that has varied from year to year.

State law authorizes municipalities to tax property, including real estate, vehicles and other personal property, with state statute providing varying exemptions, credits and abatements.

Diesel taxes and fees as of January in Connecticut were In , sales of single-family homes in Connecticut totaled 33, units, a 2.

Connecticut had the seventh highest rate of home foreclosure activity in the country in at 0. Other major manufacturers include the Electric Boat division of General Dynamics , which makes submarines in Groton , [] Boehringer Ingelheim , a pharmaceuticals manufacturer with its U.

The Interstate highways in the state are Interstate 95 I traveling southwest to northeast along the coast, I traveling southwest to northeast in the center of the state, I traveling north to south in the center of the state, and I traveling north to south near the eastern border of the state.

I and Route 15 were originally toll roads ; they relied on a system of toll plazas at which all traffic stopped and paid fixed tolls.

A series of major crashes at these plazas eventually contributed to the decision to remove the tolls in Although I has been widened in several spots, some areas are only three lanes and this strains traffic capacity, resulting in frequent and lengthy rush hour delays.

The state has encouraged traffic reduction schemes, including rail use and ride-sharing. Connecticut also has a very active bicycling community, with one of the highest rates of bicycle ownership and use in the United States, particularly in New Haven.

According to the U. Census American Community Survey, New Haven has the highest percentage of commuters who bicycle to work of any major metropolitan center on the East Coast.

Several new stations were completed along the Connecticut shoreline recently, and a commuter rail service called the Hartford Line between New Haven and Springfield on Amtrak's New Haven-Springfield Line began operating in June Albans, Vermont via the same line.

Statewide bus service is supplied by Connecticut Transit , owned by the Connecticut Department of Transportation , with smaller municipal authorities providing local service.

Bus networks are an important part of the transportation system in Connecticut, especially in urban areas like Hartford, Stamford, Norwalk, Bridgeport and New Haven.

The bus route opened to the public on March 28, Many residents of central and southern Connecticut also make heavy use of JFK International Airport and Newark International Airports , especially for international travel.

Sikorsky Memorial Airport is located in Stratford and mostly services cargo, helicopter and private aviation. Hartford has been the sole capital of Connecticut since Before then, New Haven and Hartford alternated as capitals.

Connecticut is known as the "Constitution State". The origin of this nickname is uncertain, but it likely comes from Connecticut's pivotal role in the federal constitutional convention of , during which Roger Sherman and Oliver Ellsworth helped to orchestrate what became known as the Connecticut Compromise , or the Great Compromise.

This plan combined the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan to form a bicameral legislature, a form copied by almost every state constitution since the adoption of the federal constitution.

Variations of the bicameral legislature had been proposed by Virginia and New Jersey, but Connecticut's plan was the one that was in effect until the early 20th century, when Senators ceased to be selected by their state legislatures and were instead directly elected.

Otherwise, it is still the design of Congress. The nickname also might refer to the Fundamental Orders of — These Fundamental Orders represent the framework for the first formal Connecticut state government written by a representative body in Connecticut.

The State of Connecticut government has operated under the direction of four separate documents in the course of the state's constitutional history. Separate branches of government did not exist during this period, and the General Assembly acted as the supreme authority.

A constitution similar to the modern U. Constitution was not adopted in Connecticut until Finally, the current state constitution was implemented in The constitution absorbed a majority of its predecessor, but incorporated a handful of important modifications.

The governor heads the executive branch. From until the adoption of the constitution, the governor presided over the General Assembly.

In , Ella Grasso was elected as the governor of Connecticut. This was the first time in United States history when a woman was a governor without her husband being governor first.

In addition to these departments, there are other independent bureaus, offices and commissions. In addition to the Governor and Lieutenant Governor, there are four other executive officers named in the state constitution that are elected directly by voters: Secretary of the State, Treasurer, Comptroller, and Attorney General.

All executive officers are elected to four-year terms. The legislature is the General Assembly. The General Assembly is a bicameral body consisting of an upper body, the State Senate 36 senators ; and a lower body, the House of Representatives representatives.

The governor can veto the bill, but this veto can be overridden by a two-thirds majority in each house. Per Article XV of the state constitution, Senators and Representatives must be at least 18 years of age and are elected to two-year terms in November on even-numbered years.

There also must always be between 30 and 50 senators and to representatives. The Lieutenant Governor presides over the Senate, except when absent from the chamber, when the President pro tempore presides.

The Speaker of the House presides over the House. House , all of whom are Democrats. Locally elected representatives also develop Local ordinances to govern cities and towns.

The Supreme Court is responsible for deciding on the constitutionality of the law or cases as they relate to the law.

Its proceedings are similar to those of the United States Supreme Court, with no testimony given by witnesses, and the lawyers of the two sides each present oral arguments no longer than thirty minutes.

Following a court proceeding, the court may take several months to arrive at a judgment. As of [update] the Chief Justice is Richard A. In , the court became a separate entity, independent of the legislative and executive branches.

The State of Connecticut also offers access to Arrest warrant enforcement statistics through the Office of Policy and Management.

Connecticut does not have county government, unlike all other states except Rhode Island. Connecticut county governments were mostly eliminated in , with the exception of sheriffs elected in each county.

The judicial system is divided into judicial districts at the trial-court level which largely follow the old county lines.

Connecticut shares with the rest of New England a governmental institution called the New England town. The state is divided into towns which serve as the fundamental political jurisdictions.

There are also nine incorporated boroughs which may provide additional services to a section of town. The state is also divided into 15 planning regions defined by the state Office of Planning and Management, with the exception of the Town of Stafford in Tolland County.

Each region has an administrative body known as a regional council of governments, a regional council of elected officials, or a regional planning agency.

The regions are established for the purpose of planning "coordination of regional and state planning activities; redesignation of logical planning regions and promotion of the continuation of regional planning organizations within the state; and provision for technical aid and the administration of financial assistance to regional planning organizations".

Connecticut residents who register to vote may declare an affiliation to a political party, may become unaffiliated at will, and may change affiliations subject to certain waiting periods.

Among the minor parties, the Libertarian Party and Green Party appeared in the Presidential-electors column in , and drew, respectively, 2.

Many Connecticut towns and cities show a marked preference for moderate candidates of either party.

In April both houses of the Connecticut state legislature passed a bill 20 to 16 and 86 to 62 that abolished the capital punishment for all future crimes, while 11 inmates who were waiting on the death row at the time could still be executed.

In July the Connecticut legislature overrode a veto by Governor M. Jodi Rell to pass SustiNet , the first significant public-option health care reform legislation in the nation.

Connecticut ranked third in the nation for educational performance , according to Education Week 's Quality Counts report. It earned an overall score of On average, the country received a score of Connecticut received a mark of B-plus and finished fourth for School Finance.

It ranked 12th with a grade of C on the K Achievement Index. The Connecticut State Board of Education manages the public school system for children in grades K— Board of Education members are appointed by the Governor of Connecticut.

Statistics for each school are made available to the public through an online database system called "CEDAR". Connecticut was home to the nation's first law school, Litchfield Law School , which operated from to in Litchfield.

The state also has many noted private day schools, and its boarding schools draw students from around the world.

There are two Connecticut teams in the American Hockey League. The state hosts several major sporting events. Lime Rock Park in Salisbury is a 1.

They departed to Raleigh, North Carolina after disputes with the state over the construction of a new arena, and they are now known as the Carolina Hurricanes.

Both the men's basketball and women's basketball teams have won multiple national championships. New Haven biennially hosts " The Game " between the Yale Bulldogs and the Harvard Crimson , the country's second-oldest college football rivalry.

Since , the game has been played annually with the location of the matchup determined on a yearly basis. The name "Connecticut" originated with the Mohegan word quonehtacut , meaning "place of long tidal river".

It may have come from its sailors returning from voyages with nutmeg, which was a very valuable spice in the 18th and 19th centuries.

It may have originated in the early machined sheet tin nutmeg grinders sold by early Connecticut peddlers. It is also facetiously said to come from Yankee peddlers from Connecticut who would sell small carved nobs of wood shaped to look like nutmeg to unsuspecting customers.

Connecticut is also known as "The Land of Steady Habits". According to Webster's New International Dictionary , a person who is a native or resident of Connecticut is a "Connecticuter".

There are numerous other terms coined in print but not in use, such as "Connecticotian" Cotton Mather in and "Connecticutensian" Samuel Peters in Linguist Allen Walker Read suggests the more playful term "connecticutie".

The traditional abbreviation of the state's name is "Conn". Morgan , which is docked at Mystic Seaport , and a decoy of a broadbill duck. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

State in the northeastern United States. This article is about the U. For other uses, see Connecticut disambiguation. State in the United States.

Qui transtulit sustinet Latin He who transplanted still sustains [1]. Massachusetts border on south slope of Mount Frissell [3] [note 1].

Long Island Sound [3] [note 1]. Connecticuter [6] Connecticutian [7] Nutmegger [8]. Interactive map showing border of Connecticut click to zoom.

Main article: Geology of Connecticut. Further information: Geology of New England. Further information: List of Connecticut rivers.

Further information: Connecticut panhandle. Rivers of Connecticut by drainage system. Ash Creek Rooster River. Pequonnock River. Norwalk River Silvermine River.

Aspetuck River Saugatuck River. Titicus River. Mountains of Connecticut. Waterbodies of Connecticut. Islands and peninsulas of Connecticut.

New Haven. New London. Main article: Flora of Connecticut. See also: List of Connecticut tree species.

Main article: History of Connecticut. Main article: Connecticut in the American Civil War. Tropical Storm Irene , August Religion in Connecticut [] Religion Percent Protestant.

See also: List of Connecticut locations by per capita income. See also: List of Connecticut companies. Main article: Transportation in Connecticut.

For a more comprehensive list, see List of State Routes in Connecticut. Main articles: Law of Connecticut and Administrative divisions of Connecticut.

Sources of law. Constitution of Connecticut Connecticut General Statutes. Legal history. For any other custody questions, you should consult with your attorney.

Do I need to self-quarantine? What happens if I come to Connecticut from an affected state and am self-quarantining while in Connecticut, but the other state comes off the list of affected states while I am here?

Do I need to complete my self-quarantine period even while more recent arrivals have no self-quarantine or am I liberated from the remaining portion of my self-quarantine?

Anyone who arrived from an affected state during the time that infections were higher needs to complete the self-quarantine period, even though newer arrivals are not required to self-quarantine since the risk from that state is lower once they are removed from the list of affected states.

You are required to complete the Travel Health Form prior to or upon arrival in Connecticut i. Should non-essential travel to affected states be avoided?

Because of the risk of contracting infection, and because of the need to self-quarantine on return, Connecticut residents are urged to avoid travel to the affected states whenever possible.

If I know someone has traveled to Connecticut from an affected state and is in violation of the self-quarantine rule, is there a channel for reporting this?

What information do I need to submit for a suspected violation of the self-quarantine rule? Yes or No Was his or her length of stay in Connecticut twenty-four 24 hours or longer?

Yes or No Mode of entry into Connecticut i. Any person who receives a notice of civil penalty may, within five 5 business days of the date of the notice of civil penalty, request a hearing before the Commissioner of Public Health to contest the penalty.

May I be subject to legal ramifications other than civil penalties if I do not self-quarantine or complete the Travel Health Form? Yes, you may be subject to any other existing penalties that apply to violations of executive orders, including monetary penalties and imprisonment.

This is the threshold set collectively by Connecticut, New York and New Jersey triggering the self-quarantine requirement.

What does this mean for Connecticut residents who are traveling to this bordering state? Any Connecticut resident traveling to the adjacent state that is on the list of affected states who stays there for twenty-four 24 hours or longer must self-quarantine for fourteen 14 days when he or she arrives back in Connecticut.

If their visit to the neighboring affected state is less than twenty-four 24 hours, the requirement to self-quarantine does not apply.

If I am a Connecticut resident who must go to an adjacent affected state for work, how does this impact me?

Any Connecticut resident who needs to travel to an adjacent affected state for work is not subject to the self-quarantine requirement, so long as their time in the adjacent affected state is less than twenty-four 24 hours.

Any Connecticut resident who qualifies as an essential worker e. Any Connecticut resident who commutes to an adjacent affected state and is unable to telecommute, and will only be in the affected state for less than twenty-four 24 hours, is strongly advised to limit all other contact in that state while there.

Employers in adjacent affected States can continue to expect employees who are Connecticut residents to continue to come to work as needed, though telework options are preferable if possible.

If I am a Connecticut resident who must go to an adjacent affected state for work, are there precautions I should take? First, we encourage you to telework if appropriate and allowed by your employer.

Second, you should limit your activities while in that state to your workplace only. Avoid other public places and events while in the affected state.

Should I cancel my travel plans to an adjacent affected state? What if I just want to go to the beach for a day and not stay overnight?

If you plan to travel to any adjacent affected state for vacation, you are advised to change those travel plans in order to ensure you and your friends and family stay healthy.

Traveling to the beach for a day in an adjacent affected state does not trigger the self-quarantine requirement but is still not advised at this time when COVID infections in that state have grown.

What does this mean for anyone traveling from an adjacent affected State to Connecticut? Any travelers who have spent twenty-four 24 hours or longer in an adjacent affected state and plan on spending twenty-four 24 hours or longer in Connecticut must fill out the Travel Health Form and self-quarantine for fourteen 14 days while in Connecticut or for the duration of their stay if shorter.

If I live in an adjacent affected state but work in Connecticut, can I still go to work? Connecticut employers can continue to expect any employees from adjacent affected states to come to work as needed, though telework options are preferred if possible.

Any resident from an adjacent affected state who is unable to telecommute and is spending less than twenty-four 24 hours in Connecticut is also strongly encouraged to limit all contacts while in Connecticut.

Connecticut employers with employees who are residents of adjacent affected states should make every effort to provide telework options or otherwise limit employee time in Connecticut.

How long will this self-quarantine requirement be in effect and how might it change?

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What if I am traveling to Connecticut to drop my child off at school. Am I required to self-quarantine? Other than dropping a child off at school, any parent in this circumstance is still required to self-quarantine for any portion of the fourteen 14 day period.

Parents are required to complete a Travel Health Form upon arrival in Connecticut. If a parent is traveling to Connecticut from an affected state for school drop-off but is staying in Connecticut for less than twenty-four 24 hours, the parent is not an affected traveler and therefore is not required to self-quarantine or to complete the Travel Health Form.

If I am not able to self-quarantine while in Connecticut, and I was not able to get a test for COVID from my state of origin in the 72 hours prior to arriving in Connecticut, can I get a COVID test up to twenty-four 24 hours after arriving in Connecticut to substitute for the requirement to self-quarantine while here?

In order to fall under the testing exemption for the self-quarantine requirement, a traveler is required to have a test for COVID in the seventy-two 72 hours prior to arriving in Connecticut.

There is no option to avoid the self-quarantine requirement through getting a COVID test after you arrive in Connecticut.

Since the COVID incubation period ranges from two 2 to fourteen 14 days, the fourteen 14 day self-quarantine period is the best method for preventing the spread of this virus from travelers visiting Connecticut from affected states.

Such person is still required to complete a Travel Health Form upon arrival in Connecticut. A person who has had a positive test result for COVID more than three 3 months prior to arriving in Connecticut is required to self-quarantine and complete a Travel Health Form.

What if I was in an affected state, have returned to Connecticut and have a court order that states that I may have custody of my child.

Yes, you are required to self-quarantine upon your return to Connecticut. For any other custody questions, you should consult with your attorney.

Do I need to self-quarantine? What happens if I come to Connecticut from an affected state and am self-quarantining while in Connecticut, but the other state comes off the list of affected states while I am here?

Do I need to complete my self-quarantine period even while more recent arrivals have no self-quarantine or am I liberated from the remaining portion of my self-quarantine?

Anyone who arrived from an affected state during the time that infections were higher needs to complete the self-quarantine period, even though newer arrivals are not required to self-quarantine since the risk from that state is lower once they are removed from the list of affected states.

You are required to complete the Travel Health Form prior to or upon arrival in Connecticut i. Should non-essential travel to affected states be avoided?

Because of the risk of contracting infection, and because of the need to self-quarantine on return, Connecticut residents are urged to avoid travel to the affected states whenever possible.

If I know someone has traveled to Connecticut from an affected state and is in violation of the self-quarantine rule, is there a channel for reporting this?

What information do I need to submit for a suspected violation of the self-quarantine rule? Yes or No Was his or her length of stay in Connecticut twenty-four 24 hours or longer?

Yes or No Mode of entry into Connecticut i. Any person who receives a notice of civil penalty may, within five 5 business days of the date of the notice of civil penalty, request a hearing before the Commissioner of Public Health to contest the penalty.

May I be subject to legal ramifications other than civil penalties if I do not self-quarantine or complete the Travel Health Form? Yes, you may be subject to any other existing penalties that apply to violations of executive orders, including monetary penalties and imprisonment.

This is the threshold set collectively by Connecticut, New York and New Jersey triggering the self-quarantine requirement.

What does this mean for Connecticut residents who are traveling to this bordering state? Any Connecticut resident traveling to the adjacent state that is on the list of affected states who stays there for twenty-four 24 hours or longer must self-quarantine for fourteen 14 days when he or she arrives back in Connecticut.

If their visit to the neighboring affected state is less than twenty-four 24 hours, the requirement to self-quarantine does not apply.

If I am a Connecticut resident who must go to an adjacent affected state for work, how does this impact me? Any Connecticut resident who needs to travel to an adjacent affected state for work is not subject to the self-quarantine requirement, so long as their time in the adjacent affected state is less than twenty-four 24 hours.

Any Connecticut resident who qualifies as an essential worker e. Any Connecticut resident who commutes to an adjacent affected state and is unable to telecommute, and will only be in the affected state for less than twenty-four 24 hours, is strongly advised to limit all other contact in that state while there.

Employers in adjacent affected States can continue to expect employees who are Connecticut residents to continue to come to work as needed, though telework options are preferable if possible.

If I am a Connecticut resident who must go to an adjacent affected state for work, are there precautions I should take? First, we encourage you to telework if appropriate and allowed by your employer.

Name the 3 states that border New York to the east? What states border Massachusset to the south? Connecticut and Rhode Island.

Name three states that border New York to the east? Which three New England states border NY? How many states border mass?

What states border Connecticut? Rhode island, Massachusetts, New York. Which two states border Massachusetts on the south?

What states do Connecticut border? New York, Massachusetts, and Rhode island. Which states touch new york on its eastern border? Vermont and Connecticut.

Which state has no border on the Atlantic ocean New Hampshire or Connecticut? Both those states DO border the Atlantic.

What 2 states share Connecticut river as a border? Rats and mice. Just kidding! It is Connecticut and New York. What states border New York to the east?

What two states border New York to the east? Name three new England states that border New York? Which states border NY?

The two states that border Rhode Island? What are the bordering states of Massachusetts? What is the bordering states of Connecticut?

Rhode Island, New York, Massachusetts. Which are the states bordering Connecticut? New York, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.

What are the bordering states in Connecticut? NY to our west, Mass to our north, and RI to our east.

What are the bordering states around Connecticut? What is Massachusetts bordering states? What states are bordering new yourk? Bordering states of Hawaii?

There are no bordering states to Hawaii. What is Oklahoma bordering states? Which states do not have any bordering states? What are the bordering states of Florida?

The bordering states of Florida are: Georgia and Alabama. What state has the most bordering states? What are the states bordering Hawaii? Hawaii is an island.

There are no states bordering it. Just water. What are the bordering states of Louisiana? The bordering states of Louisiana are: Arkansas, Mississippi and Texas.

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  1. Entschuldigen Sie, was ich jetzt in die Diskussionen nicht teilnehmen kann - es gibt keine freie Zeit. Aber ich werde befreit werden - unbedingt werde ich schreiben dass ich in dieser Frage denke.

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