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Connecticut COVID-19 Positivity Over 1% for First Time Since June 1

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The COVID-19 positivity rate in Connecticut on Wednesday is over 1% for the first time since early June.

The governor’s office released the numbers late Wednesday morning and said the state’s positivity rate is 1.28%.

The last time the daily positivity was above 1% was on June 1 and the last time it was above 1.28 was May 25, according to the governor’s office.

On Tuesday, the positivity rate was close to 1%, at .97, which was up from the days before.

COVID-19 Data From State of Connecticut

There are an additional 141 confirmed or probable cases since Tuesday, and the number of people hospitalized has decreased by five.

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