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

Published on Monday, 6 July 2020 16:41
Written by BRAD CARROLL

@bradgameday

There were 24,692 COVID-19 tests reported since last Friday, with just 259 coming back positive, according to data released by state health officials Monday. Patients hospitalized because of the virus are now at 69 statewide, after another 26 was deducted from that total.

There were three more reported deaths, making for a total of 4,338 virus-associated deaths in Connecticut.

Bristol added a probable COVID-19-associated death to its totals Monday, bringing those numbers to 64 confirmed and nine probable. The city also had an increase of four confirmed coronavirus cases, for totals of 596 confirmed and 18 probable.

New Britain had an increase of 10 confirmed COVID-19 cases, for totals of 1,027 confirmed and 73 probable. The city’s death totals remained the same, at 71 confirmed and 22 probable.

Newington had one additional confirmed case to report, bringing its totals to 374 confirmed and 21 probable. The town’s death totals had a decrease of one confirmed, for totals of 36 confirmed and 13 probable.

Southington had two more confirmed cases added to its totals of 330 confirmed and 13 probable. The town’s 27 confirmed and five probable virus-associated deaths remained the same.

Plainville had no changes and remained at 172 confirmed and three probable cases, with 24 confirmed and one probable virus-associated death.

Berlin also had no changes, staying at 157 confirmed and seven probable virus cases and 13 confirmed and three probable coronavirus-associated deaths.

Plymouth has held steady at 68 confirmed and one probable case and one confirmed death for over two weeks.



Posted in The Bristol Press, , Bristol, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington Herald on Monday, 6 July 2020 16:41. Updated: Monday, 6 July 2020 16:44.