The Courant’s William Weir reports that new subpoenas have been issued — and more are on the way — in the Department of Public Health’s investigation of a tuberculosis case at the Charter Oak Health Center. The department wants to know when officials first became aware that a frequent patient at the health center suffered from an active case of tuberculosis. The patient, who died last year, could have exposure countless people to the disease, Weir reports.
While the public health department roots out conflicting stories on TB case, Charity Check takes a look at the center’s financial health. Click here or the image below to see our full report.