Since COVID-19 was detected in Wuhan, China, millions of people have been infected by this disease that is transmitted through respiratory droplets. What's important about COVID-19 is that a person can easily get sick by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their mouth, nose, or eyes. After exposure, COVID-19 symptoms can appear within two to 14 days. For that reason, the Hispanic Coalition of Greater Waterbury held different strategy events
Annually, the Waterbury Regional Chamber recognizes business professionals who demonstrate advocacy, organizational excellence, leadership, and selflessness throughout the health care community. This year, they recognized many who support their healthcare community every day, being The Hispanic Coalition of Greater Waterbury an example of it. On August 17, The Health Care Council 16th year celebration took place in-person at Aria Wedding and Banquet Facility in Prospect, CT.
Time to get ready for the back to school season. Part of the preparation is to start a morning schedule, eat a healthy breakfast, make dedicated TV-free time, stick to a bedtime routine, read every day, and stock up on school supplies. This year, The Hispanic Coalition of Greater Waterbury prepared three back to school events. Families were assisted with school uniforms as well as back to school supplies and backpacks at The Hispanic Coalition Recreation Center. The agency as
“IT IS IMPORTANT FOR ALL OF US TO APPRECIATE WHERE WE COME FROM AND HOW THAT HISTORY HAS REALLY SHAPED US IN WAYS THAT WE MIGHT NOT UNDERSTAND.”
First Hispanic Supreme Court Justice Hispanic Heritage Events Sept. 15 - Oct 15 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
5:30 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. NAUGATUCK VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLAGE
Luis Argueta, a distinguished Guatemalan film director, will present on the current issues influencing CentralAmerican migration and h