Connecticut's positivity rate has reached 6.1%, the highest since june, and governor lamont warned the state is looking at a second wave. Connecticut — the coronavirus positivity rate in the state popped up to 6.1 percent on wednesday, the highest since june 1.
Weekly extended data reports are released every thursday.
Ct covid positivity rate june 2020. 1 all data are preliminary and subject to change. Of the 2,374,728 persons who are fully vaccinated, 0.73 percent have contracted the virus. It is the highest positivity rate for the state since june.
There were 320 positive cases out of a. Connecticut reported it had administered 15,695 tests and 70 came back positive, yielding a positivity rate of 0.45%. Connecticut administered 13,356 tests and 108 came back positive, yielding a positivity rate of about 0.81%.
The death toll in connecticut. The state reported a daily positivity rate of 3.51 percent on wednesday as hospitalizations increased by one patient for a total of 363 statewide — 74 percent were not vaccinated, the governor’s. Connecticut’s positivity rate increased to 6.1% overnight, which is the highest rate since june 1, according to gov.
This 6.1 may be a harbinger of things to come. Daily data report for connecticut latest update: Click here for an archive those weekly reports.
1 all data are preliminary and subject to change. The positivity rate has been consistently above 1% for the past few weeks. The daily positivity rate has not jumped above 1%.
This is up slightly from thursday's 0.3%. After connecticut reached its lowest covid positivity rate in a month over the labor day weekend, the rate bounced back up again on wednesday. The positivity rate for connecticut was 1.7%.
The report that is issued each monday contains. Hospitalizations climb over 100 published september 30, 2020 • updated on september 30, 2020 at 6:46 pm nbc universal, inc. Governor published june 22, 2020 • updated on june 22, 2020 at 5:02 pm nbc 5 news
Ned lamont said monday, when it sat at 0.9 percent. Coronavirus positivity rate much lower than other states across the u.s.: 1 all data are preliminary and subject to change.
This week was the first time connecticut has seen a positivity rate as high as 2.4% since june. 1 all data are preliminary and subject to change. October 22, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.
1 all data are preliminary and subject to change. “there’s no good news in these numbers,” lamont said during. Like the infection rate, the number of daily.