Friday, July 10, 2020

Week by week: COVID-19 cases in Connecticut


Total tests (positive and negative) as of 7/9:  545,621 -- a one-week increase of 56,415 compared to 80,263 on 7/2.

Connecticut is flattening the curve.

New cases per week
    • July 3-9:        563  (down 14% from previous week) 
  • June 26-Jul 2:      652  (up 18% from previous week)
  • June 19-25:          554  (down 43% from previous week)
  • June 12-18:          979  (down 20% from previous week)
  • June 5-11:          1,222  (down 27% from previous week)
  • May 29-June 4: 1,680  (down 29% from previous week)
  • May 22-28:        2,351  (down 37% from previous week))
  • May 15-21:        3,744
  • May 8-14:          3,680
  • May 1-7:            4.084
  • April 24-30:       4,600
  • April 16-23:      7,216
  • April 9-15:         6,010




COVID-19 deaths are projected to peak in Connecticut on April 21.   Total projected deaths:  2,732.  (NPR)  As of 7/9, Connecticut recorded 4,348 deaths.





Deaths reported:
  • As of March 19 -           1
  • As of March 26 -         21 (+  20) 
  • As of April     2 -       112 (+  91)
  • As of April     9 -       380 (+268)
  • As of April   16 -       971 (+591)
  • As of April   23 -    1,639 (+668)
  • As of April   30 -    2,257 (+618)
  • As of May      7 -    2,797 (+540)
  • As of May    14 -    3,219 (+422)
  • As of May    21 -    3,582 (+363)
  • As of May    28 -    3,826 (+236)
  • As of June      4 -    4,007 (+181)
  • As of June    11 -    4,146 (+139)
  • As of June    18 -    4,226 (+  80)
  • As of June    25 -    4,298 (+  72)
  • As of July       2 -   4,326 (+   28)
  • As of July       9 -   4,348 (+   22)




Related posts:
Alabama.  (7/6/2020)
Arizona.  (7/6/2020)
Arkansas.  (7/9/2020)
California.  (7/5/2020)
Connecticut.  (7/10/2020)
Florida.  (7/6/2020)
Georgia.  (7/6/2020)
Idaho.  (7/5/2020)
Illinois.  (7/7/2020)
Indiana.  (6/27/2020)
Iowa.  (7/3/2020)
Kansas.  (7/9/2020)
Kentucky.  (7/9/2020)
Louisiana.  (7/4/2020)
Maryland.  (7/8/2020)
Massachusetts.  (7/7/2020)
Michigan.  (7/7/2020)
Minnesota.  (7/9/2020)
Mississippi.  (7/6/2020)
Montana. (7/3/2020)
Nebraska.  (7/9/2020)
Nevada.  (7/8/2020)
New Jersey,  (7/7/2020)
New York.  (7/7/2020)
North Carolina.  (7/5/2020)
North Dakota.  (7/5/2020)
Ohio.  (7/4/2020)
Pennsylvania.  (7/6/2020)
South Carolina.  (7/7/2020)
South Dakota.  (7/9/2020)
Tennessee.  (7/3/2020)
Texas   (7/4/2020)
Utah.  (7/7/2020)
Virginia.  (7/3/2020)
Washington State.  (6/12/2020)
West Virginia.  (7/1/2020)
Wisconsin.  (7/9/2020)


Related reading:


The reasons provided:
  1. Proximity to New York City
  2. Population density
  3. Age of the population
  4. Timing of social distancing measures
  5. Counting protocol (includes 'probable' cases)
  6. Lack of widespread testing


Screenshot of Hartford Courant (4/29/2020)

Screenshot of Hartford Courant (4/26/2020)

Screenshot of Hartford Courant (4/22/2020)


Screenshot of Hartford Courant (4/20/2020)

Screenshot of Hartford Courant (4/18/2020)

Screenshot of Hartford Courant (4/13/2020)

Screenshot of Hartford Courant (4/13/2020)

Screenshot of Hartford Courant (4/10/2020)

Screenshot of Hartford Courant (4/7/2020)




Screenshot of Hartford Courant (4/4/2020)





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