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After Gov. State data released Thursday afternoon show New Milford had an average of 67 daily cases reported during the week starting April 4, compared with the week prior.
In Brookfield, average daily cases were down to 36 after reaching 66 a week before. These s have now dropped, with New Milford at Recently, a sports team was connected to more than 40 local cases and three hospitalizations as the virus spread between families, Dunn said. Yet, New Milford still has the sixth highest daily case rate perresidents in the state, behind East Haven, Thomaston, Naugautuck and two others.
Waterbury was ranked first with a rate of Morrissey said the town has seen a 40 percent decrease in COVID cases after the initial two clusters — one originating from youth sports activities and the other from day care centers — were contained. Following the cluster outbreak, Morrissey urged local sports organizations to enforce existing masking rules both on- and- off the field because of the ease with which the virus spread when players were socializing off the field.
Danbury went from an average of daily cases the week starting March 28, to the week starting April 4, while New Fairfield reported a jump from 19 to The average daily case rates perresidents for Danbury and New Fairfield are still lower than that of New Milford and Brookfield, with Danbury hitting Local officials have responded to rising s in recent weeks by encouraging vaccinations.
As of this week, Connecticut has given at least one dose to New Milford is starting up vaccine clinics for residents 16 to 18 years old, and Morrissey said there is a ificant of minors on their schedule to get a first Pfizer dose in the next two weeks. Brian A. More News.
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