The unsatisfying answer is that the data are limited in what they can show, particularly now.
Officials believe 50% to 60% of the state’s more than 25,000 nursing home employees have now been vaccinated.
There were 238 COVID infections reported in nursing homes last week, down from 483 a few weeks ago.
There were 85 deaths in nursing homes and 312 residents infected during the week ending Jan. 12.
Gov. Ned Lamont took little comfort in the daily rate of positive COVID-19 tests falling to 4.76% from 6.74%.
More than 1,200 nursing home residents in Connecticut have died from the virus so far.
WASHINGTON – In final reports on five accidents that resulted in six fatalities, The National Transportation Safety Board faulted Metro North for poor track maintenance and lax inspections, inadequate training and questionable screening and scheduling of train engineers.