Gov. Ned Lamont is joined Friday by several Connecticut faith leaders to discuss the COVID-19 guidelines for religious services, and also to comment on the killing of George Floyd, a black man, by police in Minnesota.

On Thursday, the governor recommended – in conjunction with the announcement of a new mobile testing program – that people should get tested for COVID-19 regardless of your symptoms, or lack of symptoms.

Before this new testing program was announced, a number of hospitals and healthcare providers around Connecticut had already been offering COVID-19 testing without a doctor’s order. Check 211 for the list here.

Here’s the link to our page with the IHME chart, which is updated daily. (You will need to select “Connecticut” from the pulldown.)

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