COVID-19 deaths approach 4,000 in state
Gov. Ned Lamont reported Sunday that over the past 24 hours another 32 people have died due to the COVID-19 virus but hospitalizations decreased by 52.
Virus-related deaths now stand at 3,944 while 481 people are hospitalized. Confirmed cases increased 179 to 42,201.
In New London County, the total number of reported cased increased by two to 1,078 while deaths remained at 89 and hospitalizations decreased by two to 11.
Montville continues to have the most cases, 252, in large part due to many cases at the Corrigan-Radgowski Correctional Center. Waterford has 155 cases, East Lyme 142 and New London 136.
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