Bristol has 60 new coronavirus cases in past day; updates for Plymouth, Southington, Plainville

Published on Tuesday, 24 November 2020 17:29
Written by BRAD CARROLL

@bradgameday

Bristol had an additional 58 residents confirmed and another two considered probable in testing positive for coronavirus Tuesday, according to state health officials. The city’s overall case numbers increased to 1,429 confirmed and 84 probable.

New Britain had 30 additional residents confirmed as testing positive for coronavirus Tuesday. The city did have a decrease of four in probable cases, however, bringing their totals to 2,934 confirmed and 178 probable overall.

Southington had three residents confirmed and one considered probable in testing positive for coronavirus. The town is up to 877 confirmed and 80 probable cases overall.

Newington had one resident confirmed and two more considered probable in testing positive for coronavirus. The town stands at 851 confirmed and 43 probable cases in all.

Plainville had three additional residents confirmed as testing positive for the virus Tuesday, for totals that have risen to 414 confirmed and 29 probable overall.

Berlin had seven more residents confirmed as testing positive for coronavirus. The town did have a decrease of one in probable cases Tuesday. The town is up to 412 confirmed and 31 probable cases.

Plymouth had three residents confirmed as testing positive for coronavirus, while having a decrease of one in probable cases. The town stands at 202 confirmed and 21 probable cases.

There were 13,208 tests reported statewide Tuesday with 540 coming back as positive cases, a rate of 4.09%. There were 10 additional coronavirus-associated deaths reported for a total that stands at 4,881 overall. There were 16 residents hospitalized across the state over the past day. There is a total of 891 patients in hospitals across the state.



Posted in The Bristol Press, , Bristol, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington Herald on Tuesday, 24 November 2020 17:29. Updated: Tuesday, 24 November 2020 17:31.