Mayor Laura R. Hoydick has announced that effective Tuesday, February 15th, the requirement for wearing face masks for all staff and visitors to all town buildings and facilities for those fully vaccinated is lifted. Those who are unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated are strongly encouraged to continue wearing masks in public spaces. Masks may be required for vaccination clinics conducted by the Town.
The Stratford Health Department and State Department of Public Health have confirmed 10,342 COVID-19 cases in Stratford, and 1,908 probable cases as of February 14th, for a total of 12,250 cases. This represents an increase of 70 confirmed cases and an increase of 29 probable cases since our last report of February 7, 2022. The Health Department continues to monitor these trends.
Unfortunately there have been 189 deaths to date. Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the families and loved ones of those lost in our community.
The state is releasing information about how many individuals are vaccinated in all Connecticut communities. As of February 9th, 2022, 78.41% of the town’s population had been vaccinated with at least a first dose.
Note: Positive results from at-home COVID-19 tests are not included in counts.
Get Vaccinated and Boosted.The Stratford Health Department continues to host vaccination clinics for those seeking first, second and booster doses of the Moderna or J & J vaccine. Please call the Stratford Health Department for more information – 203-385-4090.
The Omicron variant of COVID-19 has proven to be very contagious, and those who remain unvaccinated should do so as soon as possible. More information on vaccines can be obtained by visiting: https://portal.ct.gov/Vaccine-Portal.
Multiple clinics available check in to be checked out and vaccinated! Let’s have the highest number of residents vaccinated in Connecticut!!!