July 22nd - Daily highlights from the CT DPH report as of 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 21st versus Monday’s report include:
- Wilton: 1 new case reported.
- Hospitalized Patients: Statewide, 1-net patient increase. Fairfield County, no change.
- Deaths: Statewide, no change for the third day in a row.
The states impacted by the quarantine order have increased to 31. They are :
Alabama North Carolina
Arkansas North Dakota
California New Mexico
Iowa South Carolina
Impacted states are subject to change. As a reminder, a violation of quarantine requirements can now lead to a fine of $1,000. Please review the information on the state website if you plan to travel outside CT.
Masks on the NRVT continue to be a subject of inquiry. Except in the case of a medical exemption, masks are required when in public and when you cannot maintain 6 feet of distance. Here are two easy ways to maintain 6 feet on the NRVT:
- When two people approach each other from the opposite direction, if both move to the edge of the trail, the distance in between will be at least six feet.
- When a group approaches another person or another group, they too should move to the edge of the trail and go single file until everyone passes.
Have a mask with you to put on in case you encounter people who haven't moved to the edge.
The CT Data Center reported the following for Wilton as of 8:30 p.m. July 21st and versus the dates prior to the start of Phase 1 and Phase 2:
- 231 cases, 24 additional since June 16th and 31 since May 19th.
- 2,303 residents tested, 1,153 since June 16th and 1,553 since May 19th.
- 3,000 tests performed, 1,548 since June 16th.
- 42 deaths, 1 since June 16th and 5 since May 19th.
CT DPH reported the following for Fairfield County and Statewide as of 8:30 p.m. July 21st:
- 17,164 cases, 731 additional since 6/16 48,223 cases, 2,794 additional since 6/16
- 1,399 deaths, 47 additional since 6/16 4,406 deaths, 187 additional since 6/16
- 22 hospitalized, 46 less than 6/16 63 hospitalized, 123 less than 6/16
“You have to have responsibility for yourself but also a societal responsibility that you’re getting infected is not just you in a vacuum.” Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force.
As always, if you have any questions, please email the appropriate town department or me at [email protected].