People who are anxious about returning to work, particularly those who could be vulnerable to the coronavirus, might get some relief that could allow them to remain at home and receive unemployment benefits, Gov. Ned Lamont indicated on Monday. The state’s fatalities on Monday in the coronavirus pandemic rose above 3,000, prompting Lamont to wish he had done more to prepare for the historic two-month wave, which now is on the decline since the first death on March 17. Two union leaders who are members of the governor’s advisory group on returning to work, joined the news conference said they are confident that workplaces will be different and safer. Dave Roche, president of the Connecticut Building Trades Council, said that back in March, union members had questions about staying on the job, even as many Connecticut sites remained open while similar jobs in Massachusetts and New York closed.