Coronavirus-related hospitalizations dropped again on Tuesday after seeing a one-day increase in hospitalizations on Monday.
According to Gov. Ned Lamont, hospitalizations are down about 65-percent since mid-April.
There were 430 new COVID-19 cases in the state on Monday, bringing the total to 41,303. Connecticut saw 27 more fatalities. The death toll now stands at 3,769.
With more than 225,000 COVID-19 tests done in Connecticut, Lamont said the state has now tested more than 6 percent of residents.
Gov. Lamont was joined at his news conference by West Hartford mayor Shari Cantor and Greenwich first selectman Fred Camillo.