Lamont reports case of B.1.351 variant in New Milford, statewide total confirmed cases is six

Additional four cases of B.1.351 variant reported in Connecticut, bringing the statewide total confirmed cases to six

The Connecticut Department of Public Health today announced that an additional four cases of the B.1.351 variant of COVID-19, commonly known as the South African variant, have been reported in Connecticut, bringing the statewide total number of confirmed cases of this variant to six.

The individuals involved in all six cases are residents of the following towns:

  • Ansonia: 2
  • Danbury: 1
  • Greenwich: 1
  • New Milford: 2

Additional 93 cases of B.1.1.7 variant reported in Connecticut, bringing statewide total confirmed cases to 174

The Connecticut Department of Public Health today announced that an additional 93 cases of the B.1.1.7 variant of COVID-19, commonly known as the UK variant, have been reported among Connecticut residents, bringing the statewide total number of confirmed cases of this variant to 174.

The individuals involved in all 174 cases are residents of the following towns:

  • Beacon Falls: 1
  • Bloomfield: 1
  • Branford: 6
  • Bridgeport: 7
  • Bristol: 1
  • Burlington: 1
  • Cheshire: 3
  • Cromwell: 1
  • East Haven: 5
  • Fairfield: 1
  • Greenwich: 2
  • Guilford: 2
  • Hamden: 6
  • Madison: 1
  • Meriden: 5
  • Middlefield: 1
  • Middletown: 1
  • Naugatuck: 3
  • New Britain: 1
  • New Hartford: 1
  • New Haven: 34
  • North Branford: 7
  • North Canaan: 2
  • North Haven: 4
  • Norwich: 1
  • Oxford: 7
  • Prospect: 1
  • Rocky Hill: 2
  • Seymour: 2
  • Shelton: 1
  • Southbury: 2
  • Southington: 2
  • Stamford: 4
  • Stratford: 2
  • Thomaston: 2
  • Thompson: 1
  • Torrington: 1
  • Wallingford: 14
  • Waterbury: 16
  • Watertown: 2
  • West Hartford: 1
  • West Haven: 10
  • Westbrook: 1
  • Wethersfield: 1
  • Wilton: 1
  • Windham: 1
  • Wolcott: 1
  • Woodbridge: 1