NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Just over 3,550 new COVID-19 cases were reported to the Connecticut Department of Public Health since Sept. 22, 2022.

There were 22 deaths within the last week, with 17 fewer patients in the hospital compared to the previous week. There are 383 people currently hospitalized with COVID-19.

As of Sept. 29, a total of 972,530 positive COVID-19 tests and 11,365 COVID-19-related deaths have been reported to the state.

Daily data on cases, tests, hospitalizations and deaths is available here.


The following data contains the cumulative number of SARS-CoV-2 variants that have been identified among Connecticut residents as of Sep. 29:

Variants Being Monitored

  • Omicron: 25,725 cases
  • Delta: 17,236 cases
  • Alpha: 2,525 cases
  • Iota: 1,083 cases
  • Other: 1,047 cases
  • Gamma: 137 cases
  • Mu: 84 cases
  • Epsilon: 60 cases
  • Lambda: 38 cases
  • Beta: 23 cases
  • Eta: 10 cases
  • Kappa: 2 cases
  • Zeta: 1 case

COVID-19-Related Deaths

A total of 11,365 people have died from COVID-19-related causes in the state as of Sep. 29, according to the Connecticut Department of Public Health.

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