No coronavirus-associated deaths statewide reported; New Britain, Newington, Plainville, Southington, Berlin case updates

Published on Tuesday, 11 August 2020 17:12
Written by BRAD CARROLL

@bradgameday

New Britain had another three confirmed coronavirus cases, 16 since the start of the weekend, bringing its total to 1,212. The city’s 53 probable cases remained the same, as did its 72 confirmed and 22 probable virus-associated deaths.

Bristol had no changes Tuesday, remaining at 634 confirmed and 19 probable cases, as well as 64 confirmed and nine probable virus-associated deaths.

Newington had a change in its virus-associated death totals, the first change for any area city or town in more than three weeks. The town had one probable death moved from probable to confirmed, bringing those totals to 39 confirmed and 12 probable virus-associated deaths. Newington also had an increase of two confirmed coronavirus cases and a decrease of one in probable cases for totals of 396 confirmed and 20 probable.

Southington had an increase of one confirmed case for new totals of 349 confirmed and 13 probable. The town’s virus-associated deaths remained at 28 confirmed and five probable.

Berlin had an increase of one confirmed case to move to 178 confirmed and seven probable cases. The town has still had 13 confirmed and three probable virus-associated deaths.

Plainville and Plymouth had no changes. Plainville is at 178 confirmed and two probable cases as well as 25 confirmed and one probable virus-associated reported deaths. Plymouth stayed at 72 confirmed and five probable cases plus one confirmed coronavirus-associated death.

Statewide, there were no deaths to report. There were 8,338 tests reported with 117 coming back as positive results. There were an additional six patients hospitalized with coronavirus for a total of 70.



Posted in New Britain Herald, Berlin, , New Britain, Newington, Plainville, Southington Herald on Tuesday, 11 August 2020 17:12. Updated: Tuesday, 11 August 2020 17:15.