Southington has coronavirus-associated death; updates for Bristol, Plainville, Plymouth

Published on Thursday, 9 July 2020 16:40
Written by BRAD CARROLL

@bradgameday

For the second straight day, Connecticut reported five deaths from coronavirus, and for the second straight day, one of those came from the area, according to data released by state health officials. Southington had its 28th coronavirus-associated death to report, to go along with five considered probable.

The town also had an increase of one confirmed coronavirus case, bringing those totals to 331 confirmed and 13 probable.

New Britain had an increase of two confirmed coronavirus cases Thursday. The city’s totals now stand at 1,031 confirmed and 73 probable cases and 71 confirmed and 22 probable deaths.

Bristol had no changes, remaining at 598 confirmed and 18 probable cases and 64 confirmed and nine probable virus-associated deaths.

Newington had an increase of one confirmed coronavirus case, bringing its totals to 378 confirmed and 21 probable. The town’s death totals remained at 37 confirmed and 13 probable virus-associated deaths.

Plainville, Berlin and Plymouth had no changes to their coronavirus numbers Thursday.

Plainville stayed at 172 confirmed and three probable cases and 24 confirmed and one probable death. Berlin remained at 158 confirmed and seven probable cases and 13 confirmed and three probable virus-associated deaths. Plymouth also remained the same with 68 confirmed and five probable cases and one confirmed coronavirus-associated death.

The positive case rate remained low statewide, with 8,171 test reported and 101 coming back as positive cases. There were two additional coronavirus patients than a day ago, bringing that total to 90.



Posted in The Bristol Press, , Bristol, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington Herald on Thursday, 9 July 2020 16:40. Updated: Thursday, 9 July 2020 16:42.