Plainville has COVID-19-associated confirmed death; updates for New Britain, Berlin, Southington, Plainville

Published on Wednesday, 24 June 2020 16:26
Written by BRAD CARROLL

@bradgameday

Out of the nearly 1,200 new COVID-19 tests reported Wednesday, there were just 14 new positive cases across the entire state, according to data released by state health officials. Hospitalizations also dropped under 125 statewide, after another 14 were deducted from that total, to 124.

There were 10 additional deaths reported, for a total of 4,287 in the state. Hartford County has had 1,044 confirmed COVID-19-associated deaths plus an additional 312 considered probable.

One of those deaths was a Plainville resident. The town suffered its 22nd confirmed COVID-19-associated death, while their one probable death remained the same. Plainville’s coronavirus cases remained the same as well, with 169 confirmed and three probable.

While numbers statewide were low, Bristol continued to add confirmed cases to its total, and was the only area city or town to do so. The city added another four confirmed cases Wednesday, making it 14 over the last two days. The 17 probable cases remained the same, as did its death totals of 64 confirmed and eight probable.

New Britain had no change in its coronavirus totals, remaining at 981 confirmed and 71 probable cases, as well as 71 confirmed and 22 probable virus-associated deaths.

Newington had no changes either, sticking at 372 confirmed and 22 probable cases, and 37 confirmed and 14 probable coronavirus-associated deaths.

Continuing the trend, Southington also had no changes to its numbers, with 322 confirmed and 13 probable cases and 25 confirmed and five probable virus-associated deaths.

Berlin again had no changes in its totals Wednesday, with 155 confirmed and seven probable coronavirus cases, plus 13 confirmed virus deaths and three probable.

Plymouth had no changes in any of its totals either, remaining at 68 confirmed cases and five probable, plus one confirmed COVID-19 death.



Posted in New Britain Herald, Berlin, , New Britain, Newington, Plainville, Southington Herald on Wednesday, 24 June 2020 16:26. Updated: Wednesday, 24 June 2020 16:29.