Report by Paula Antolini, May 14, 2020, 12:52PM EDT
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Thursday, May 14, 2020
Dear Friends and Neighbors:
There is some good news to share in today’s update.
As Governor Lamont has been reporting in his daily press briefings over the past week, is the rate of new COVID-19 infections continues to slow down, and the rate of new hospitalizations for the most serious cases has fallen into negative numbers. This means there is still sufficient hospital capacity to treat this disease as well as handle the usual medical emergencies hospitals typically see.
Further good news, the state has been able to gradually build up testing capabilities and has secured many more shipments of personal protective equipment. Not only has the state been able to secure enough for health care workers and first responders, but we are now in position to provide masks to our local businesses to help them keep their employees safe. Tom Galliford, our Emergency Management Director, reports that to date, we have distributed masks to over 80 Bethel businesses.
If you are a small business owner and would like to order masks from the state supply, please click HERE.
I also strongly encourage all business owners to sign up to receive all critical business-related updates from Janice Chrzescijanek, our Economic Development Director. In this quickly changing environment, Janice is compiling all the information coming from the various state offices regarding business issues and reopening requirements and is emailing updates on a weekly basis. To join her email list and receive EDC updates, please click HERE.
Over the past two months, the state and federal governments have put programs in place and made changes to various requirements and deadlines in an effort to help small businesses continue to operate. If you have questions for Janice, you can reach her at this email address:
LIMITED BUSINESS REOPENINGS TO BE ALLOWED AFTER MAY 20TH:
As previously announced, restaurants will be permitted to reopen for outdoor dining, as well as most non-essential retail shops. But many of the social distancing and safety mask requirements will remain in place. Each establishment will need to set up its own procedures in accordance with the space they have available. Some retailers and restaurants may choose to put off opening to a later date, at a time they feel is safer for their employees.
You can find a full list of requirements for restaurants, retailers and personal service providers at the state DECD web page by clicking HERE.
AND FINALLY, PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THIS IS STILL A DANGEROUS DISEASE. NOW IS NOT THE TIME TO RELAX.
With the news of gradual phased reopening of the state’s economy and the arrival of warm weather, no doubt some may be tempted to let down their guard. There is a great deal of concern on the part of our public health officials that relaxing too soon and too fast will cause a spike in illnesses that could easily set back the plans to reopen the economy and hurt a lot of people.
Please, keep on doing the things that will keep you, your friends and your family safe. Your life, and others, may depend upon it.