Southington has COVID-19-associated death, updates for Bristol, Plymouth, Plainville

Published on Friday, 26 June 2020 16:50


For the second straight day, Southington had a confirmed COVID-19-associated death to report, bringing the town’s totals to 26 confirmed and five probable, according to data released by state health officials Friday.

Southington’s coronavirus cases remained the same, however, at 323 confirmed and 14 probable.

There were just five new coronavirus cases reported in the area Friday, four coming from New Britain and one from Bristol, while no other deaths were reported.

New Britain now stands at 985 confirmed coronavirus cases, with another 74 considered probable. The city’s death total of 71 confirmed and 22 probable remained the same.

Bristol has had increases in its confirmed virus cases for four straight days and now sits at 590 confirmed and 17 probable. The city’s 64 confirmed and eight probable COVID-19-associated deaths remained the same.

Newington, Berlin, Plainville and Plymouth all had no changes to any of their totals Friday.

Newington remained at 372 confirmed and 22 probable cases, and 37 confirmed and 14 probable coronavirus-associated deaths.

Plainville stayed at 170 confirmed and three probable coronavirus cases, and 24 confirmed and one probable coronavirus-associated deaths.

Berlin stood at 155 confirmed and seven probable coronavirus cases, plus 13 confirmed virus deaths and three probable.

Plymouth also remained level at 68 confirmed cases and five probable, plus one confirmed COVID-19 death.

Statewide, there were 7,922 coronavirus tests reported over the past day, with just 65 resulting in positive cases. There were an additional five patients hospitalized with coronavirus, for a total of 127. There were nine more deaths across Connecticut Friday, for a total of 4,307.

Posted in The Bristol Press, , Bristol, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington Herald on Friday, 26 June 2020 16:50. Updated: Friday, 26 June 2020 16:52.