Coronavirus CT: Infection Rate, Hospitalizations Climbing –

The group with the biggest variety of cases is citizens in their 50s, with 10,194. The most vulnerable to yielding to the disease remains the most elderly. There have actually been 2,721 deaths amongst individuals age 80 and older.

The infection rate leapt to 3 percent in the past 24 hours, on the back of 434 new cases. An extra 14,653 individuals were tested, bringing the state overall to 2,051,670.

There are currently 217 people hospitalized due to the coronavirus, 22 more in the previous day.

Deaths credited to COVID-19 also climbed by 5. Considering that the pandemic started, there have actually now been 64,455 cases in the state and 4,559 deaths.

Gov. Ned Lamont said Tuesday the state had not seen an infection spike this high considering that early June. He stated infection rates have actually been raised just recently throughout the nation, in addition to in neighboring states.

CONNECTICUT– The coronavirus infection rate in the state took a dogleg in the incorrect direction this week, according to the latest information from the Department of Public Health.

” Were going to have to be disciplined a little bit longer,” Lamont said.

The towns with the most new coronavirus cases reported over the last 24 hours are:

4. New Britain: 2

5. Waterbury: 7

6. New Haven: 24

7. East Hartford: 22

8. Bristol: 15

9 East Haven: 9.

10. Groton: 5

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The towns with the most brand-new cases reported over the previous week are:

1. Hartford: 164

2. Norwalk: 150

3. Waterbury: 126

4. Stamford: 105

5. Norwich: 96

6. Bridgeport: 92

7. New Britain: 85

8. New Haven: 81

9. New London: 77

10. Danbury: 70