Coronavirus Resource Center for Council 4 Members

Due to the Governor rolling back to Phase 2, Council 4 will have a daily total occupancy limit of 25 people, effective Friday, Nov. 6, 2020. 

In keeping with COVID-19 protocols and our own commitment to safety, we require the following:

  • Wear masks while in building.
  • Sign in upon entering the building with name and phone number.
  • Maintain social distance.
  • Limit occupants to 25 per day entering the building.
  • Limit meeting capacity based on the size of the room being used.
  • No entrance allowed if you are ill or potentially exposed to COVID-19.

Council 4 is committed to protecting the health of staff, members and visitors. We have been providing excellent service to our Locals and Chapters through a combination of technology and socially distanced in-person meetings. As the situation evolves, we will review our office protocols as necessary to ensure everyone’s safety.  If you have immediate coronavirus-related concerns, please be sure to reach out to your local union leadership or your Council 4 Representative. Click here to access our Council 4 staff listing.

Thank you and stay safe!

Council 4 Member Information and Resources:

  • Click here for Connecticut's COVID-19 Resource Center.
  • Click here for AFSCME's Coronavirus Resource Center.
  • Click here for an overview on the Coronavirus Relief Fund as it impacts Connecticut.
  • Click here for Muncipal CRF (Coronavirus Relief Fund) info 
  • Click here for information on the Governor's Education Emergency Relief Fund.
  • Click here for the CT AFL-CIO's fact sheet on filing workers' comp claims related to COVID-19.
  • Click here for Gov. Lamont's executive order on presumptive workers' compensation coverage. 
  • Click here for the AFL-CIO's Am I Safe at Work? website.
  • Click here for the State of CT Frequently Asked Questions. 
  • Click here for Return To Work Principles (SEBAC/State Employees) (June 2020)
  • Click here to learn about the state's childcare subsidy for essential workers. (Application due 5/22/20)
  • Click here for our Council 4 members-only COVID-19 impact survey.  
  • Click here for the latest SEBAC analysis, OPM/DAS guidelines and new housing protocols for state employees. 
  • Click here for Gov. Lamont's Executive Order on Continued Funding for Boards of Education and Continued Payment of Board of Education Employees (March 30)
  • Click here for Gov. Lamont's Executive Order, "Stay Safe, Stay Home (March. 20)
  • Click here for our 2nd COVID-19 Video FAQs for our NP-3 Administrative Clerical Bargaining Unit
  • Click here for our COVID-19 Video FAQs for our. NP-3 Administrative Clerical Bargaining Unit
  • If you become unemployed due to coronavirus (COVID-19), you should file for unemployment benefits. Go to and click the blue button. 
  • Click here for the most up-to-date COVID-19 information from the State of Connecticut.
  • If you live in Connecticut and have general questions about coronavirus, you can also call 211 or text the word "COVID19" to 898211.
  • Click here for Attorney General William Tong's Guidance on Price Gouging Enforcement.

AFSCME Fact Sheets:

Legislative Advocacy:

OSHA Resources:

CDC Resources:

  • Click here for the CDC flyer, Symptoms of Coronavirus Disease.
  • Click here for the CDC Flyer, Stop the Spread of Germs (English).
  • Click here for the CDC Flyer, Stop the Spread of Germs (Spanish)

Council 4 & AFSCME Event Updates:

COVID-19 has forced numerous. cancellations and postponements. Stay tuned for further updates on union events, or check our Calendar section.  Thank you.