Connecticut: The Official Stance for Construction
Construction Status: Essential
Orders/Effective From: Phase 1 Reopening/May 20, 2020
The authorities in Connecticut had taken some serious actions to counter the spread of COVID-19 and this has made a huge impact on businesses. Stay at home orders were made effective from March 23 through May 20, 2020.
Moreover, any non-essential business has been reduced to 100 percent prohibition on the workforce. But still, construction has been an exemption along with other businesses listed essential.
However, following the guidelines dated until May 20, 2020, the phase 1 of reopening has been started as per the orders of Governor Ned Lamont which includes sector rules and certification for various businesses.
Governing Body: The Office of Governor Ned Lamont
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These guidelines will ensure site safety and control the spread of workplace illness. Moreover, there have been separate essential safe store rules issued by the authorities to ensure safety at retail stores that provide building material and supplies.
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