COVID Updates: State Positivity Rate 3.27% | Connecticut News

(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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November 19

As of Friday, 412,918 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 458 more than Thursday. Out of 26,266 tests administered, 860 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 3.27%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 247, down 6 since Thursday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 25 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,834.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 12,184,442, an increase of 26,266 since Thursday.

November 18

As of Thursday, 412,058 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, up 747 from Wednesday. Out of 29,321 tests administered, 747 came back positive. This results in a positivity rate of 2.55%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 241, a drop of 6 since Wednesday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 25 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,834.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 12,158,176, an increase of 29,321 since Wednesday.

November 17

As of Wednesday, 411,311 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, an increase of 838 since Tuesday. Out of 24,777 tests administered, 838 came back positive. This translates to a positivity rate of 3.38%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 247, an increase of 4 since Tuesday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 33 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,809.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 12,128,855, an increase of 24,777 since Tuesday.

November 16

As of Tuesday, 410,473 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 544 more than on Monday. Out of 12,617 tests administered, 544 came back positive. This translates to a positivity rate of 4.31%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 243, an increase of 5 since Monday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 33 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,809.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 12,104,078, an increase of 12,617 since Monday.

November 15

As of Monday, 409,929 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 2,179 more than on Friday. Out of 75,526 tests administered, 2,179 came back positive. This results in a positivity rate of 2.89%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 238, an increase of 13 since Friday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 33 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,809.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 12,091,461, an increase of 75,526 since Friday.

12 november

As of Friday, 407,750 COVID-19 cases have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 458 more than Thursday. Of 17,555 tests administered, 458 came back positive. This results in a positivity rate of 2.61%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 225, down 13 since Thursday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 33 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,809.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 12,015,935, an increase of 17,555 since Thursday.

Also released on Friday, the Department of Public Health said just over 10,000 children across the CT have received the COVID vaccine.

November 11th

As of Thursday, 407,292 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 540 more than on Wednesday. Of 22,343 tests administered, 533 were positive. This made the positivity rate of 2.42 percent.

Hospitalizations were 238, an increase of four from the previous day.

Connecticut has recorded 8,809 deaths since the start of the pandemic, including 33 last week.

The state has performed 11,998,380 tests since testing began.

November 10

As of Tuesday, 406,752 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, an increase of 533 since Tuesday. Out of 17,585 tests administered, 533 came back positive. This results in a positivity rate of 3.03%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 234, an increase of 2 since Tuesday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 25 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,776.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 11,976,037, an increase of 17,585 since Tuesday.

November 9

In a press conference on Tuesday morning, Governor Ned Lamont said the state’s positivity rate rose to 3.2%, which is the highest rate the state has seen in addition to six weeks.

He released the full breakdown of the numbers on Tuesday afternoon:

As of Tuesday, 406,219 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, an increase of 309 since Monday. Out of 9,578 tests administered, 309 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 3.23%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 232, an increase of 25 since Monday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 25 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,776.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 11,958,452, an increase of 9,578 since Monday.

November 8

As of Monday, 405,910 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 941 more than on Friday. Out of 36,557 tests administered, 941 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 2.57%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 207, an increase of 10 since Friday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 25 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,776.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 11,948,874, an increase of 36,557 since Friday.

November 5

As of Friday, 404,969 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 320 more than Thursday. Out of 24,051 tests administered, 320 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 1.33%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 197, down 12 since Thursday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 25 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,776.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 11,912,317, an increase of 24,051 since Thursday.

November 4

As of Thursday, 404,649 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, an increase of 431 since Wednesday. Out of 19,131 tests administered, 431 came back positive. This results in a positivity rate of 2.25%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 209, down 6 since Wednesday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 25 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,776.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 11,888,266, an increase of 19,131 since Wednesday.

November 3

As of Wednesday, 404,218 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, an increase of 391 since Tuesday. Out of 21,470 tests administered, 391 came back positive. This translates to a positivity rate of 1.82%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 215, an increase of 11 since Tuesday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 30 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,751.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 11,869,135, an increase of 21,470 since Tuesday.

November 2

As of Tuesday, 403,827 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, an increase of 412 since Monday. Out of 15,590 tests administered, 412 came back positive. This results in a positivity rate of 2.64%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 204, a drop of 1 since Monday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 30 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,751.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 11,847,665, an increase of 15,590 since Monday.

November, 1st

As of Monday, 403,415 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic, 832 more than on Friday. Out of 50,606 tests administered, 832 came back positive. This translates into a positivity rate of 1.64%.

The current number of hospitalizations is 205, an increase of 15 since Friday.

Data on deaths associated with COVID-19 is updated every Thursday. As of Thursday, 30 new deaths associated with COVID were reported, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 8,751.

The total number of tests carried out since the start of the pandemic is now 11,832,075, an increase of 50,606 since Friday.

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