Bristol has small rise in confirmed coronavirus cases, plus updates for Plymouth, Plainville, Southington

Published on Thursday, 10 September 2020 16:51
Written by BRAD CARROLL

@bradgameday

New Britain had its 99th coronavirus-associated death among its residents, 77 of which have been confirmed with the other 22 considered probable, according to the latest data released by state health officials. There were four deaths reported statewide Thursday for a total of 4,478.

In Hartford County, there have been 1,109 confirmed and 321 probable virus-associated, both of which are highest in the state.

New Britain also had a large increase in confirmed coronavirus cases Thursday. The city had an increase of 21 confirmed cases for a total of 1,367. New Britain’s probable cases did drop, however, by five to 59. The city has had 61 confirmed cases of the virus since the weekend.

Bristol had an increase of three confirmed cases Thursday, for totals that stand at 679 confirmed and 17 probable.

Newington had an additional five residents confirmed as having tested positive for coronavirus, a day after having no changes. The town did have a drop of one in probable cases. The town has had 429 confirmed and 20 probable cases.

Southington had one additional residents confirmed as having tested positive for coronavirus. The town had had 379 confirmed and 15 probable cases.

Plainville had an increase of one in both confirmed and probable cases. The town now has had 182 confirmed and three probable cases.

Berlin and Plymouth each had no changes Thursday.

Berlin remained at 193 confirmed and nine probable cases, while Plymouth stayed at 77 confirmed and five probable cases.

Statewide there were 16,602 tests reported Thursday with 222 coming back as positive results. There was a drop of five in patients hospitalized with coronavirus for a total of 52.



Posted in The Bristol Press, Bristol, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington Herald on Thursday, 10 September 2020 16:51. Updated: Thursday, 10 September 2020 16:53.