Just a day after the state's first phase of reopening began, Governor Ned Lamont spoke with NBC Connecticut's Kevin Nathan for an interview about the state's reopening.
Governor Lamont said he hasn't visited a newly reopen business yet, but has been out with his wife for walks and to visit parks.
When asked about his confidence in K-12 students returning to school in the fall, the governor said he's "quite certain" students will be back in classrooms but there may be restrictions.
Many viewers asked if the governor has had his hair cut during the pandemic with barber shops closed. The governor said his wife is his barber right now.
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"Annie Lamont takes good care of me," the governor said.