No new confirmed COVID-19 cases, deaths in area; state hospitalizations drops to 140

Published on Monday, 22 June 2020 16:40
Written by BRAD CARROLL

@bradgameday

Out of more than 2,100 coronavirus tests reported Monday, just 27 were added as positive cases statewide. There were also nine less hospitalizations reported, for a total of 140 patients with COVID-19 in all of Connecticut.

There were an additional three deaths, for a total state death toll of 4,263. In Hartford County, there have been 1,038 confirmed COVID-19 deaths with another 312 considered probable.

Locally, New Britain added one probable case to its total Monday. The city now has 979 confirmed coronavirus cases and 71 probable. New Britain has had 71 confirmed virus deaths and 22 more probable, which had no change.

Bristol had a decrease of two confirmed COVID-19 cases for a total of 573. The 17 probable cases remained the same. The city held at 64 confirmed and eight probable deaths from coronavirus.

Newington remained level across the board Monday, with 373 confirmed and 22 probable virus cases, and 37 confirmed and 14 probable deaths.

Southington had one additional probable coronavirus case reported, for totals of 322 confirmed and 14 probable. The 25 confirmed deaths and six probable remained the same.

Berlin had no changes in any of its numbers Monday, with 155 confirmed and seven probable coronavirus cases and 13 confirmed and three probable deaths.

Plainville also had no changes, remaining at 168 confirmed and three probable virus cases and 21 confirmed and one probable death.

Plymouth had no changes either, staying at 68 confirmed and five probable cases along with one confirmed death.



Posted in The Bristol Press, , General News on Monday, 22 June 2020 16:40. Updated: Monday, 22 June 2020 16:42.