COVID Update: State’s Positivity Rate 2.15% | Connecticut News

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(WFSB) – The coronavirus pandemic continues to impact Connecticut and the country as a whole.

Below is a breakdown of developments in the state as they occur:

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September 22

As of Wednesday, 386,672 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, an increase of 490 since Tuesday. Out of 22,743 tests administered, 490 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 2.15%.

Hospitalizations have declined by 25 since Tuesday, bringing the current total to 269.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 31 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,447.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,952,822, an increase of 22,743 since Tuesday.

September 21

As of Tuesday, 386,182 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, up 394 from Monday. Of 13,932 tests administered, 394 came back positive. This results in a positivity rate of 2.83%.

Hospitalizations have fallen by 15 since Monday, bringing the current total to 294.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 31 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,447.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,930,079, an increase of 13,932 since Monday.

September 20

As of Monday, 385,788 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, an increase of 1,446 since Friday. Out of 67,484 tests administered, 1,446 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 2.14%.

Hospitalizations have fallen by 23 since Friday, bringing the current total to 309.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 31 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,447.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,916,147, an increase of 67,484 since Friday.

September 17

As of Friday, 384,342 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 1,544 more than Thursday. Out of 36,572 tests administered, 1,544 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 4.22%.

Hospitalizations have increased by 7 since Wednesday, bringing the current total to 332.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 31 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,447.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,848,663, an increase of 36,572 since Thursday.

September 16

As of Thursday, 382,798 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, an increase of 1,066 since Wednesday. Of 36,180 tests administered, 1,066 came back positive. This results in a positivity rate of 2.95%.

Hospitalizations have fallen by 3 since Wednesday, bringing the current total to 325.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 31 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,447.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,812,091, an increase of 36,180 since Wednesday.

September 15th

As of Wednesday, 381,732 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, an increase of 401 since Tuesday. Of 13,749 tests administered, 401 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 2.92%.

Hospitalizations have fallen by 10 since Tuesday, bringing the current total to 328.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 22 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,416.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,775,911, an increase of 213,749 since Tuesday.

September 14

As of Tuesday, 381,331 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 1,050 more than on Monday. Of 24,923 tests administered, 1,050 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 4.21%.

Hospitalizations have increased by 11 since Monday, bringing the current total to 338.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 22 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,416.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,762,162, an increase of 24,923 since Monday.

September 13

As of Monday, 380,281 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 1,348 more than on Friday. Out of 57,631 tests administered, 1,348 came back positive. This translates to a positivity rate of 2.34%.

Hospitalizations have declined by 37 since Friday, bringing the current total to 327.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 22 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,416.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,737,239, an increase of 1,348 since Monday

September 10

As of Friday, 378,933 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 625 more than Thursday. Out of 22,894 tests administered, 625 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 2.73%.

Hospitalizations have increased by 10 since Thursday, bringing the current total to 364.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 22 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,416.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,679,608, an increase of 22,894 since Thursday.

September 9

As of Thursday, 378,308 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 626 more than on Wednesday. Out of 21,386 tests administered, 626 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 2.93%.

Hospitalizations have fallen by 10 since Wednesday, bringing the current total to 354.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 22 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,416.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,656,714, an increase of 21,386 since Wednesday.

September 8

As of Wednesday, 377,682 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, an increase of 935 since Tuesday. Out of 26,603 tests administered, 935 came back positive. This translates to a positivity rate of 3.51%.

Hospitalizations have increased by 1 since Tuesday, bringing the current total to 364.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 39 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,394.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,635,328, an increase of 26,603 since Tuesday.

September 7

As of Tuesday, 376,747 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 1,612 more than on Friday. Out of 61,032 tests administered, 1,612 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 2.6%.

Hospitalizations have fallen by 2 since Friday, bringing the current total to 363.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 39 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,394.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,608,725, an increase of 61,032 since Friday.

September 3

As of Friday, 375,135 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 665 more than on Wednesday. Out of 24,349 tests administered, 665 came back positive. This results in a positivity rate of 2.73%.

Hospitalizations have increased by 8 since Thursday, bringing the current total to 365.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 39 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,394.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,547,693, an increase of 24,349 since Thursday.

September 2

As of Thursday, 374,470 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 684 more than on Wednesday. Out of 22,868 tests administered, 684 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 2.99%.

Hospitalizations have fallen by 3 since Wednesday, bringing the current total to 357.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 39 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,394.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,523,344, an increase of 22,868 since Wednesday.

September 1st

As of Wednesday, 373,784 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 712 more than Tuesday. Out of 23,994 tests administered, 712 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 2.97%.

Hospitalizations have declined by 3 since Tuesday, bringing the current total to 360.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 23 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,330.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 10,500,439, an increase of 23,994 since Tuesday.

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