CT’s COVID-19 positivity rate decreases to 3.67%; 23 additional virus-related deaths

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HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Governor Ned Lamont announced Tuesday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has decreased to 3.67%.

Virus-related hospitalizations are consistent from Monday with the current total at 1,068.

23 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Monday making the total 6,934.

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Governor Ned Lamont announced in a Monday press conference the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has slightly decreased to 4.73%.

Virus-related hospitalizations are up by 10, for a current total of 1,068.

92 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Friday making the total 6,911.

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Governor Ned Lamont announced Friday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has slightly increased to 4.93%.

Virus-related hospitalizations are down by 11, for a current total of 1,058.

45 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Thursday making the total 6,819.


Governor Ned Lamont announced Thursday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has decreased to 4.27%.

Virus-related hospitalizations are down by 55, for a current total of 1,069

48 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Wednesday making the total 6,774.


Governor Ned Lamont announced Wednesday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has increased to 6.29%.

Out of the 30,461 tests administered, 1,915 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are down by 17, for a current total of 1,124.

44 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Tuesday.


Governor Ned Lamont announced in a Tuesday press conference the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has increased to 5.65%.

Out of the 37,033 tests administered, 2,094 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are up by 27, for a current total of 1,141.

12 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Monday.


Governor Ned Lamont announced Monday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has decreased to 4.85%.

Out of the 138,085 tests administered, 6,703 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are up by 16, for a current total of 1,114.

76 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Friday.


Governor Ned Lamont announced Friday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has increased to 6.2%.

Out of the 30,303 tests administered, 1,878 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are down by 20, for a current total of 1,098.

41 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Thursday.


Governor Ned Lamont announced in a Thursday press conference the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has decreased to 4.37%.

Out of the 22,171 tests administered, 968 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are down by 30, for a current total of 1,118.

17 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Wednesday.


Governor Ned Lamont said Wednesday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has decreased to 6.23%.

Out of the 56,600 tests administered, 3,529 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are down by 6, for a current total of 1,148.

87 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Tuesday.


Governor Ned Lamont said Tuesday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has jumped to 10.72%.

Out of the 34,422 tests administered, 3,689 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are up by 12, for a current total of 1,154.

31 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Monday.


Governor Ned Lamont announced in a press conference on Monday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has decreased to 6.33%.

Out of the 116,244 tests administered, 7.364 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are up by 33, for a current total of 1,142.

92 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Friday.


Governor Ned Lamont said Friday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has increased to 8.46%.

Out of the 38,262 tests administered, 3,236 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are up by 22, for a current total of 1,109.

37 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Thursday.


Governor Ned Lamont said Thursday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has decreased to 6.28%.

Out of the 52,633 tests administered, 3,304 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are down by 52, for a current total of 1,087.

57 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Wednesday.


Governor Ned Lamont announced Wednesday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has increased to 8.55%.

Out of the 29,080 tests administered, 2,486 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are down by 10, for a current total of 1,139.

38 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Tuesday.


Governor Ned Lamont announced Tuesday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has increased to 7.66%.

Out of the 30,458 tests administered, 2,332 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are up by 38, for a current total of 1,149.

24 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Monday.


Governor Ned Lamont announced Monday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has decreased to 5.29%.

Out of the 85,344 tests administered, 4,516 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are up by 55, for a current total of 1,111.

69 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Saturday.


Governor Ned Lamont announced Saturday the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate has decreased to 7.06%.

Out of the 62,526 tests administered, 4,412 came back positive.

Virus-related hospitalizations are down by 80, for a current total of 1,056.

104 more coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported since Thursday, for a current total of 6,099.

This data includes statistics for both Friday, Jan. 1, and Saturday, Jan 2.

The infection rate for Thursday, just before the New Year, was 8.95%.

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