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Connecticut’s seven-day rolling average of positive COVID-19 tests edged higher to 4.9% on Tuesday.
The state attorney general's office refused Tuesday to disclose the amount of the settlement it reached with Tianna Laboy.
Hospital officials so far have said they are not pulling back on elective surgeries and outpatient procedures as they did in the spring – a move that allowed them to shift staff and other resources to the growing number of coronavirus patients.
Connecticut's seven-day positivity rate peaked 10 days ago at 5.8% and fell to 4.7% on Monday.
The Connecticut Mirror is tracking the latest coronavirus data in Connecticut. These graphics are updated with the latest data as soon as the state publishes them. Statewide case, death, hospitalization and positivity rate data are updated each weekday around 4 p.m. Some graphics are updated on different schedules, as noted. Unless otherwise specified, the data […]
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