Bristol has 10 additional residents confirmed as having tested positive for coronavirus; no statewide deaths since Thursday

Published on Monday, 31 August 2020 16:31


There were zero coronavirus-associated deaths reported in Connecticut over the weekend, according to data released by state health officials. The last statewide death reported came on Thursday. In addition, there was a drop of eight patients who had been hospitalized with the virus since Friday, for a total that now stands at 52.

There were 45,572 tests reported with 384 coming back as positive for coronavirus.

Locally, Bristol had the largest increase in confirmed coronavirus cases since Friday. The city had an additional 10 residents confirmed as testing positive for coronavirus. Bristol has now had 670 confirmed and 17 probable cases in all.

New Britain had six new coronavirus cases over the weekend, bringing its confirmed total to 1,289 confirmed since reporting began. The city’s 57 probable cases had no change.

Newington had two additional confirmed cases of coronavirus since the beginning of the weekend, bringing its totals to 409 confirmed and 20 probable.

Southington had one additional confirmed case and one probable case of coronavirus. The town has had 364 confirmed and 15 probable cases overall.

Berlin had one resident confirmed as testing positive for coronavirus over the weekend. The town has had 184 confirmed and nine probable cases since reporting began.

Plymouth also had one additional confirmed coronavirus case to report, bringing its totals to 76 confirmed and five probable cases.

Plainville had no changes since Friday in its totals, remaining at 179 confirmed and two probable virus cases.

Posted in The Bristol Press, , Bristol, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington Herald on Monday, 31 August 2020 16:31. Updated: Monday, 31 August 2020 16:34.