Bristol, Plymouth have no changes in COVID-19 cases; state hospitalizations drops under 100

Published on Monday, 29 June 2020 16:31
Written by BRAD CARROLL

@bradgameday

New Britain eclipsed the 1,000 confirmed COVID-19 positive case mark Monday, while statewide hospitalizations dropped under 100, according to data released by state health officials. The city is now at 1,006 confirmed cases, an increase of 10 since Sunday, and 73 probable, which decreased by one.

The city’s coronavirus death totals remained at 71 confirmed and 22 probable, according to the latest numbers from Saturday.

Bristol had no change in its numbers Monday, with 591 confirmed and 17 probable COVID-19 cases, plus 64 confirmed and eight probable deaths from coronavirus-related illness.

Newington had an increase of one confirmed coronavirus case, for a total of 373. The town’s probable total went down by one, to 21. Newington has had 37 confirmed and 14 probable COVID-19-associated deaths.

Southington had an increase of three confirmed cases, up to 327, while remaining steady with 13 probable cases. The town had had 26 confirmed and five probable virus-associated deaths.

Plainville had no change Monday, remaining at 171 confirmed and three probable cases. The town’s had 24 confirmed and one probable COVID-19-associated deaths.

Berlin had an increase of one for the second straight day, for a total of 157 confirmed cases. The town did have a drop of one probable case, to seven. The town’s virus-associated death totals are 13 confirmed and three probable.

Plymouth remained at 68 confirmed cases, five probable and still just one death.

After a decrease of four patients hospitalized with COVID-19, the state is now at 99 total patients. There were four deaths reported Monday, for a total of 4,320. There were 6,354 tests reported Monday, with 59 resulting in COVID-19 cases.



Posted in The Bristol Press, , Bristol, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington Herald on Monday, 29 June 2020 16:31. Updated: Monday, 29 June 2020 16:33.