Bristol's coronavirus confirmed total decreases, plus updates for Plymouth, Plainville, Southington

Published on Monday, 8 June 2020 17:31


New Britain moved within two of reaching 1,000 total COVID-19 cases Monday, according to data released by state health officials.

The city added four confirmed coronavirus cases to its total, for a total of 932 in that category. There are an additional 66 probable cases, which remained the same. Combined, New Britain’s total is 998.

Bristol went the opposite way in confirmed COVID-19 positive cases, dropping from 557 to 556. The 19 total probable cases did not change.

Newington had an increase in both categories, going up two in confirmed COVID-19 case and up on in probable. The town now has 364 total confirmed cases, and another 23 probable cases.

Southington held steady for the fourth straight day, remaining at 309 positive confirmed cases and 14 probable cases overall.

Berlin had a decrease of one positive confirmed case Monday, dropping from 148 to 147, while the number of probable cases remained even at seven.

Plainville’s confirmed positive cases remained even, with 157 overall, while those probable cases stuck at three.

After six straight days of no movement in either category, Plymouth added an additional confirmed case of coronavirus Monday, for a total of 67. The town’s probable cases did remain even for the seventh straight day, however, for a total of five.

There was a decrease of nine patients who are currently hospitalized with COVID-19, for a total statewide of 324. There were an additional 13 deaths since Sunday, for a total death toll of 4,084. In Hartford County, there have been 978 confirmed COVID-19-associated deaths, with another 313 probable.

There were 5,715 tests reported Monday, with 124 positive cases. There have been 305,996 total tests in the state, with 44,092 positive cases. In Hartford County, there have been 10,145 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases, with another 699 probable.

Posted in The Bristol Press, , Bristol, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington Herald, Terryville on Monday, 8 June 2020 17:31. Updated: Monday, 8 June 2020 17:33.