Gov. Ned Lamont is scheduled to hold a COVID-19 briefing on Monday afternoon as the state prepares for a reopening on May 19th.
On Wednesday, the governor lifted most of the remaining restrictions related to COVID-19 and also ends the mandate of the inner mask for fully vaccinated people.
Lamont’s decision comes after the CDC announced last week that fully vaccinated people can stop wearing masks in most indoor spaces.
Some companies may meet the requirements, so you may need to wear a mask in some places even if you are completely vaccinated.
Dunkin ‘Donuts Park in Hartford will not require masks starting Wednesday. Hartford Yard Goats encourage people who are not fully vaccinated to wear a mask to the dance floor.
They said the stadium will be in full swing from Wednesday.
Wednesday is the day Connecticut State will lift many restrictions that have been in place since the beginning of the pandemic, including size limits and social distancing rules for businesses, such as large event venues, bars and nightclubs.
The bars have been partially open since May 1, but those that do not serve food can only be opened for outdoor service.
Food is needed when alcohol is served indoors until Wednesday.
On May 19, non-food bars can open for service indoors.