NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Connecticut’s COVID-19 test positivity rate over the past seven days is 9.25%, up from 8.41%.

As of June 29, the total of laboratory-confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases reported among Connecticut residents is 828,968; 3,653 have been reported in the past seven days. A total of 235 patients are currently hospitalized with COVID-19.

11 people have died from COVID-19-related causes since last Thursday, June 23, according to the Connecticut Department of Public Health.

The state’s COVID-19 data report is now released weekly on Thursdays.

Data on cases, tests, hospitalizations, and deaths will continue to be available on a daily basis here.

UPDATES ON VARIANTS

The following data contains the cumulative number of SARS-CoV-2 variants that have been identified among Connecticut residents as of June 30:

Variants of Concern

  • Omicron: 17,602 cases

Variants Being Monitored

  • Alpha: 2,525 cases
  • Beta: 23 cases
  • Gamma: 137 cases
  • Delta: 16,289 cases
  • Epsilon: 60 cases
  • Zeta: 1 case
  • Eta: 10 cases
  • Iota: 718 cases
  • Kappa: 2 cases
  • B.1.617.3: 0 cases
  • Mu: 84 cases

COVID-19-Related Deaths

A total of 11,045 people have died from COVID-19-related causes as of June 30, according to the Connecticut Department of Public Health. The state normally releases data on COVID-19-associated deaths every Thursday.

Click here to view a breakdown of additional COVID-19 data.