Saturday marked the one year anniversary of the first Connecticut associated COVID-19 diagnosis, a Nuvance employee who worked at Danbury and Norwalk Hospitals. Today is the one year mark for the first known Connecticut resident to contract the virus. At the time, state health officials said a man from Wilton, Chris Tillett, most likely became infected during a business trip to California. He was first treated as if he had the flu, but then Tillett was in a medically induced coma. Tillett told NBC that he is still dealing with lasting effects and will likely have to be on blood pressure medicine for the rest of his life.