Transmission of COVID-19 in Connecticut appears to be slowing, state figures show, after several months of steady increases.
As of Thursday, the state had averaged 1,137 daily cases over the past week, up from nearly 1,600 at one point earlier this month, though it was still much higher than immediately before the current wave. The state’s seven-day positivity rate, meanwhile, fell to 11.8 percent on Thursday from 14.2 percent last week.
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