Coronavirus Disease 2019
The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Phase ended on May 11th, 2023, but COVID-19 is still here.
Learn how to prevent it.
It’s been the time of our lives…
now it’s time to move on.
COVID-19 changed our world, country, communities, and personal lives. While the official emergency response phase to COVID-19 has drawn to a close, it’s important to remember that COVID-19 now lives among us. Prevention of this deadly illness will continue to be a public health priority.
Explore the information on this page to learn more about changes associated with the end of the PH Emergency and all you need to know about the prevention and treatment of COVID-19.
NDDH Press Release – Local COVID-19 Wind Down and Recovery Plans
State of CT Press Release – Governor Lamont Announces End of Public Health Emergency (PHE); Impact on Related Services and Programs
State of CT Coronavirus Information and Guidance
CT End of Public Health Emergency – Department of Social Services
CT PHE Unwinding Bulletin – Department of Social Services
CDC COVID-19 Home Page – Everything you need to know
CDC COVID-19 Personal Plan – English
CDC COVID-19 Personal Plan – Spanish
Department of Health and Human Services Fact Sheet: COVID-19 PHE Transition Roadmap
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services – End of PHE FAQs
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Global Data Tracker – Archived 3/10/2023
Connecticut COVID-19 Data Resources
Data contained in the reports are preliminary and may be updated as new reports are received and data errors are corrected.
What You Can Do to Slow the Spread of COVID-19 and Other Respiratory Illnesses
Practice Everyday Preventive Actions Now
Practice and remind others of the importance of using everyday preventive actions that can help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses. Yes, these are simple strategies and THEY WORK. View more information by hovering over images.
NDDH thanks the countless community partners and public who worked together to weather the pandemic.
Thank you for putting your trust in us…and your continued partnerships to prevent illness, promote wellness, and
protect our communities.