Latest Guidance on COVID-19 Regarding Vaccines, Masks, Business and Travel Advisories

Report by Paula Antolini, June 24, 2021, 2:29PM EDT

According to the Connecticut State COVID-19 Response website information from 6/1/2021, here os the latest guidance on vaccines, masks, business and travel advisories:


COVID-19 vaccine eligibility:

All individuals who are 12 years of age or older and live, work, or attend school in Connecticut are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.For more information on vaccinations and to learn how to get the vaccine, visit

Mask and face covering requirements:

As of May 19, 2021, Connecticut’s protocols regarding masks and face coverings were updated to align with the recently modified CDC recommendations. The protocols that are currently in effect statewide are as follows:OutdoorsMasks not requiredIndoorsVaccinated not required to wear masksUnvaccinated must wear masksMasks are required to be worn by everyone in certain settings such as healthcare facilities, facilities housing vulnerable populations, public and private transit, correctional facilities, schools, and childcareBusinesses and state and local government offices have the option to require masks to be worn by everyone in their establishments**Download: Guidance document from the Connecticut Department of Public Health on the state’s updated mask and face covering requirements

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Business sector rules in effect:

As of May 19, 2021, allof the business sector rules that were previously enacted to prevent the spread of COVID-19 have been lifted, except for the updated mask requirements as noted in the section above. These changes are contingent upon a low incidence of COVID-19 and the Connecticut population continuing to get vaccinated.

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Travel Advisory: 

Mandates and requirements regarding travel are no longer in effect in Connecticut as of March 19, 2021. However, residents and visitors to Connecticut are strongly urged to follow travel-related guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Connecticut Department of Public Health (CT DPH). Click here for detailed guidance regarding travel.

What’s Open in CT
Amusement parksOpen 
Beaches (state)Open 
Beaches (town)Open 
Bowling alleysOpen 
DMVOpen– Deadlines for IDs and other credentials have been extended
– All in-person services require an appointment
– Select services can be completed online
Gyms and Fitness StudiosOpen 
Hair Salons and BarbershopsOpen 
Nail salonsOpen 
Museums and zoosOpen 
School (PreK-12)Open 
State CampgroundsOpenAll campers must make reservations in advance. Walk-in campers not permitted for 2021 season.
State ParksOpen 
Summer campsOpen 
Tattoo ParlorsOpen 

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