June 9th –As shared last night, the State is now providing additional pandemic downloadable data through the CT Data Center. As of June 8th, the website is reporting the following for Wilton:
- 206 cases
- 988 residents tested
- 1,240 tests performed
- 1,013 negative test results
- 227 positive test results
- 40 deaths
- 19 laboratory-confirmed deaths
- 21 probable deaths
988 residents tested represents approximately 5% of Wilton's population.
As of June 6th, CT DPH reported a total of 46 laboratory-confirmed cases at Wilton senior residential facilities. There were 34 deaths of residents of those same facilities, 14 laboratory-confirmed and 20 probable deaths.
Today, CT DPH reported 16 new cases in Fairfield County or a pandemic-to-date total of 16,108 as of 8:30 pm on June 8th. After two days of increases Fairfield County hospitalizations decreased by 3 to 111 patients. Total deaths in Fairfield County increased by 3 to 1,319.
Statewide, CT DPH reported 87 new cases for a total of 44,179 as of 8:30 p.m. on June 8th. 280 cases have not yet been assigned to a municipality. 4,658 new tests were performed for a pandemic-to-date total of 310,654 in Connecticut. Statewide deaths rose by 13 to 4,097. Statewide hospitalizations decreased by 31 to 293 patients.
“Out of respect for each other, as Americans that care for each other, we need to be wearing masks in public when we cannot social distance.” Dr. Deborah Birx, Coronavirus Response Coordinator for the White House Coronavirus Task Force.
As always, if you have any questions, please email the appropriate town department or me at [email protected].