COVID-19 hospitalizations dip below 100 in state
The state on Monday reported that the number of people hospitalized for COVID-19 had dipped below 100.
The number of hospitalizations dropped by four to 99, according to statistics released by Gov. Ned Lamont. There had been four more COVID-19-related deaths over the past day, bringing the total number of confirmed and probable deaths to 4,320.
In addition, another 59 people were diagnosed with the virus, bringing the total confirmed and probable cases to 46,362. Another 6,354 people were tested for the virus, bringing that total to 442,998.
In New London County, there were 11 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the overall total of confirmed and probable cases so far to 1,255. There were no additional deaths, as the county’s confirmed and probable COVID-19 deaths remained at 102. Just two people were hospitalized, the same as Saturday and Sunday.
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