There were 13 more COVID-19-associated deaths in Connecticut Friday, for a total death toll of 4,159, according to data released by state health officials. In Hartford County, there have been 1,011 confirmed deaths, with another 302 probable.
New Britain has had 89 confirmed coronavirus-associated deaths, with 21 probable, according to the latest data released. The city has 951 total confirmed COVID-19 cases, an increase of five since Thursday, with another 64 probable, which remained the same.
Bristol has had 64 confirmed coronavirus-related deaths, with eight probable. The city has 563 confirmed COVID-19 cases, an increase of three, with 16 probable, which is equal to Thursday’s report.
Newington had had 57 confirmed COVID-19-associated deaths, with another 14 probable. The town has had 370 confirmed coronavirus cases, an increase of two, with another 23 probable, which had no change.
Plainville has had 29 confirmed COVID-19-associated deaths, with one probable. The town has 159 positive coronavirus confirmed cases, with another two probable cases. Both of those numbers remained the same as Thursday.
Southington has had 24 confirmed coronavirus-related deaths, with six probable. The town has had 311 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with another 14 probable, the third straight day with no movement.
Berlin has had 11 coronavirus-associated deaths, with another four probable. The town has had 147 confirmed cases of the virus, with another seven probable, the fifth straight day without an increase.
Plymouth had had one confirmed COVID-19-associated death with none probable. The town has had 67 confirmed cases of coronavirus, with another five probable, the fifth straight day remaining level.
Overall, there were 8,309 tests reported Friday, with 228 resulting in positive COVID-19 cases. There have been 10,455 confirmed coronavirus cases in Hartford County, with another 648 considered probable.
There were two less patients hospitalized with COVID-19 than the day before, with an overall total of 244 statewide.