Case Prevalence Per 10,000, By Town For the week ending October 14 Suddenly, the resurgence of COVID-19 in Connecticut doesn’t seem quite as slow anymore. The number of new cases has doubled from what it was two weeks ago, from 1,235 for the week ending Sept. 30 to 2,497 for the week ending Oct. 14. There were 104 people hospitalized with the virus on Sept. 30; there are now 188. The state’s test positivity rate has been over 2% for two days in a row as of Oct. 14, after months of being right around or below 1%. Before you panic, please note that we’re absolutely not anywhere near the kind of steep, awful spike in cases that we saw back in March and April. This curve is a lot gentler, meaning that the spread of the disease is much more under...
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ANALYSIS | COVID-19 Cases Jump All Over Connecticut