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COVID-19: Here Latest On Number Of Cases, Deaths In Litchfield County

A look at COVID-19 cases by county on Tuesday, April 7. Photo Credit: State of Connecticut
The latest breakdown of cases by municipality, released on Tuesday, April 7. Photo Credit: State of Connecticut
A map of towns and cities with the most cases on Tuesday, April 7. Photo Credit: State of Connecticut
A look at hospitalizations per county on Tuesday, April 7. Photo Credit: State of Connecticut

The number of confirmed cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) rose by 875 in Connecticut on Tuesday, April 7.

There are now 7,781 COVID-19 cases statewide.

Of those cases, 4,136 (53 percent) are in Fairfield County. (See first image above.)

Here are the three cities with the most cases in Connecticut:

  • Stamford 1,000 cases,
  • Norwalk 625,
  • Danbury 609,
  • New Haven 365,
  • Bridgeport 346,
  • Waterbury 299,
  • Greenwich 228

See a complete rundown of cases in all Connecticut cities and towns by list (second image above) and map (third image above).

Of the state's 277 COVID-19 deaths, including a newborn baby, 132 happened in Fairfield County (47.6 percent).

A total of 1,308 patients have been hospitalized. For a look at hospitalizations per county is shown in the fourth image above.

More than 29,036 have been tested.

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