Report by Paula Antolini, May 16, 2020, 9:33AM EDT
(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont today announced that the State of Connecticut will be distributing 50,000 infrared thermometers it has secured for small businesses, nonprofits, and places of worship to support safe reopening activities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Small businesses, nonprofits, and places of worship that would like to request equipment from the state’s supply of infrared thermometers should fill out a form online to indicate their request. The state has partnered with the Connecticut Business and Industry Association and its affiliate CONNSTEP to distribute the thermometers. They will be delivered to the municipalities in which the organizations are located, and then the municipalities will contact the recipient entities to inform them of a time and location they can pick up their requested equipment.
“We’ve secured these infrared thermometers for our businesses, nonprofits, and places of worship because having adequate screening measures is an important step in keeping people safe,” services writing papers http://hyperbaricnurses.org/8474-does-phizer-make-a-generic-viagra/ https://lajudicialcollege.org/forall/keyword/16/ dissertation proofreading website us follow source literature review service site www college admission essay com suffolk business case study contents see url statistics assignment http://fall.law.fsu.edu/stay.php?home=how-to-write-a-good-college-essay-wikihow http://www.chesszone.org/lib/proofreading-your-own-work-4932.html cialis viagra cost comparasin dissertation writing plan thesis etymology http://teacherswithoutborders.org/teach/essay-introv/21/ an essay on my mother watch narrative essay writing will insurance companies pay for viagra master thesis service cialis generic india go to site how do i add a photo to my email signature on my ipad https://www.cochise.edu/academic/buy-paper-term/32/ viagra or cialis which is better college paper writing services click here can you write a newspaper article in first person get link high paper school term Governor Lamont said.
Entities that would like to request a thermometer can fill out the forms located at ct.gov/coronavirus in the “Access to Personal Protective Equipment” section, or through the links provided below:
- Small businesses: Any small business in the state that has between 2 and 100 employees are eligible to receive one thermometer per physical address. Eligible businesses seeking to request thermometers should click here.
- Nonprofits: Nonprofits located within Connecticut are eligible to receive one thermometer per physical address. To request thermometers for nonprofits, click here. Social services and direct care nonprofits may request a thermometer through the process outlined in this memo.
- Places of worship: Places of worship are eligible to receive one thermometer per physical address. To request thermometers for places of worship, click here.
This distribution will continue while supplies last.