Stop the COVID Surge Before CT Hospitals Are Overwhelmed

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Iris Kaminski
Dec 14, 2020
I am signing, because this Covid is no joke. We need to do more to stay safe for ourselves and for others.

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Lisa Lickwar
Dec 11, 2020
We need to get a hold of this and make every effort to crush this monster!!!

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donna r
Dec 10, 2020
I want to thank you all for everything you are doing! I know how hard these individuals work and how difficult it can be as I have been helped so much by those like you in my life. You are true heros. Thank you and stay safe!

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Kathleen Akgun
Dec 8, 2020
We must. This doesn't need to be so hard, and we're a resilient people. Now is the time again for our generation to show what matters.

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Claudia Meng
Dec 7, 2020
I'm signing because I support our health care workers and first responders. The need to maintain sufficient healthcare capacity is crucial to keeping mortality rates low and allowing health care workers to treat each patient without resorting to crisis standards and triaging.

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Alyssa Zordan
Dec 5, 2020
I’m an ICU nurse who has been mentally, physically, and personally affected by COVID 19 and any efforts to reduce spread is the right thing to do if given the choice.

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Leslie Blatt
Dec 5, 2020
Leslie Blatt APRN

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Jeannette Hodge
Dec 4, 2020
The rapid rise in COVID is frightening We just need to sacrifice a little longer for the greater good.

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Vicki Corneau
Dec 4, 2020
I am a teacher and believe schools should be shut down...the positivity rate is too high! Save Christmas and help the kids and teachers.

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joseph balsamo
Dec 3, 2020
I wish as many of my patients and colleagues survive to 2021 as possible.