COVID-19 Resources

CT COVID Vaccine Info

Information from the Center for Disease Control


See COVID data and risk level for your community. All 50 states. 2,100+ counties.

Middletown COVID Resources

See COVID data and risk level for your community. All 50 states. 2,100+ counties.

State of Connecticut COVID Resources

The latest info on COVID from the State.

COVID-19 Fact Sheets

These fact sheets explain what you need to know about COVID-19.

Hoja Informativa

Esta hoja informativa explica lo que necesitas saber sobre COVID-19.


Because we could all use a little more happiness!

How You Can Help

Helping our community during COVID-19

If You Need Help

Resources for food, shelter, insurance, legal aid & more.

Relaxation & Recreation

Fun things to do online or in your home. All ages.

Resources for Dealing with the Pandemic

Absentee voting, food safety, how to cut hair, face mask resources and more!

Tech Tips

Internet safety, learning new programs, and staying current.

Virtual Tours of Famous Places

Russell Library has gathered together some of the best virtual tours on the Internet. Travel the world from home!

Share Your Story: COVID-19 and the Middletown Community

Please share your COVID-19 pandemic stories and photographs!

Russell Library wants to document and preserve your memories and stories about life during the COVID-19 pandemic in Middletown. Your contributions will help build a collection of primary documents giving future generations a window into how people coped with the personal and economic impact of the current pandemic. Let us document life in Middletown and add our stories to this global historic event.

This project is open to all who live or work in Middletown. We are seeking material from people of all walks of life including healthcare providers, essential workers, parents who are homeschooling their children, caretakers for the elderly, business owners, furloughed workers and those who are working from home. Subjects may include acts of kindness and heroism, challenges faced, and anything that documents life during the crisis. Your experiences and how the pandemic has changed or transformed your life will be preserved at Russell Library as a part of Middletown’s historic narrative.

What can you share?
• Stories, diaries, poems, letters
• drawings or paintings
• photographs
• video blogs
• social media posts