Connecticut’s seven-day rolling COVID-19 positivity rate is now over 13%.
The average percentage of positive tests has steadily risen over the past few days. On Wednesday, the positivity rate was 12.39% and the day before that, it was at 11.3%.
Over the last seven days, 55 more people have been hospitalized with the virus, brining the cumulative total to 300, according to Gov. Lamont’s office.
Officials said a total of 9,311 have tested positive for COVID-19 over the last seven days. That’s out of 71,569 tests administered.
Of the 300 people hospitalizations, 112, or 37.33%, are not fully vaccinated.
The most recently reported death toll is 10,858 for the state of Connecticut, the governor’s office said.
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