MONROE, CT —Monroe is averaging nine new COVID-19 cases per day, as the rate of infection rose slightly. The town’s two-week case rate is now 46.2 cases per 100,000 population.
MONROE, CT — Residents age 75 and older may now register for vaccines against the coronavirus, according to an update issued by First Selectman Ken Kellogg Thursday.
MONROE —Monroe Health Department staff gave over 100 health care workers and first responders vaccinations against the coronavirus during Connecticut’s first phase of shots, according to First Selectman Ken Kellogg.
MONROE, CT — As the global coronavirus pandemic worsens, many residents are asking First Selectman Ken Kellogg for updates on the rollout of the vaccine. Read More
MONROE, CT — A increasing number of Monroe residents are getting sick, with COVID-19 cases on the rise following a two week decline.
MONROE, CT — Could lunches students can heat up at home, like fried macaroni and cheese and chicken nuggets, entice more families to participate in the National School Lunch Program? Read More
MONROE, CT — Students wear masks during classes and activities in Monroe’s public schools, but what about the unstructured time? What about high school? Read More
MONROE, CT — Acting Superintendent of Schools Joseph Kobza was still working with fellow administrators at Central Office Friday evening at the end of a turbulent week. Read More
MONROE, CT — First Selectman Ken Kellogg issued a CodeRed message to residents Friday, informing them of the worsening COVID-19 pandemic in Connecticut and the town of Monroe, which still has Red Alert status. Read More
MONROE, CT — Contact tracing following positive COVID-19 cases led to staffing problems at Monroe Elementary and Jockey Hollow Middle schools when people were directed to quarantine. Read More