MONROE, CT — Monroe’s faith based organizations are ringing bells every night from 8 to 8:02 p.m., and residents are encouraged to ring bells too as a reminder that, while the community is physically separated during the coronavirus pandemic, townspeople will get through this together. First Selectman Ken Kellogg’s latest COVID-19 update shows six laboratory-confirmed cases in Monroe. “We should all expect to have additional cases in the days ahead, just as other towns in Fairfield County are experiencing,” Kellogg said. “We continue to post updated counts daily on our website.” The rest of his update is here:
Some additional updates, based upon the Governor’s latest executive orders, and our efforts to maintain appropriate services during these challenging times:
Late last night, the Governor issued a new executive order that further limits social and recreational gatherings to no more than five people.