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COVID-19: CT Now Has 13,989 Cases, 671 Fatalities: Breakdown By Towns, Cities, Counties

A breakdown of Connecticut COVID-19 cases and fatalities by county. Photo Credit: State of Connecticut
A look at COVID-19 hospitalizations by county. Photo Credit: State of Connecticut

The number of confirmed cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Connecticut is now 13,989, up by nearly 2,000 from two days ago.

Of the total number of cases as of late Tuesday afternoon, April 14, 6,213 (44 percent) are in Fairfield County. For a breakdown of COVID-19 cases and fatalities by county, see the first image above.

Here are the cities with the most cases in Connecticut:

  • Stamford 1,525 cases,
  • Bridgeport 859,
  • Norwalk 773,
  • Danbury 740,
  • New Haven 726,
  • Waterbury 638,
  • Hartford, 458,
  • Greenwich 328,
  • West Haven 319,
  • Stratford 281,
  • Hamden 269,
  • Shelton 260,
  • Milford 241,
  • Fairfield 200,
  • Bristol 177,
  • Westport 176,
  • East Hartford 145,
  • Trumbull 142,
  • Enfield 141,
  • Darien 138,
  • East Haven 136,
  • Torrington 129,
  • Ridgefield 127,
  • Bethel 111,
  • Windsor 111

Click here to see important data on COVID-19 in Connecticut, and scroll down for a  complete list of the number of cases in all cities and towns, as well as hospitalizations by county.

Of the state's 671 COVID-19 deaths, 287 happened in Fairfield County (43 percent).

A total of  1,779 patients are now being hospitalized and 45,841 have been tested. A look at COVID-19 hospitalizations by county is available in the second image above.

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