Governor Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts



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Governor Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Latest data at 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday June 30, 2021

(HARTFORD, CT) – As the state of Connecticut continues to take action in response to the global spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Governor Ned Lamont provided the following updates at 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday June 30, 2021:

Connecticut Testing Data Updates

The following is a summary of newly reported day-to-day data on cases, deaths and tests in Connecticut. It’s important to note that these newly reported updates include data that has occurred in the past few days to one week. All data in this report is preliminary and data for previous dates will be updated as new reports are received and data errors are corrected.

General summary


Change since yesterday

COVID-19 cases (confirmed and probable)



COVID-19 tests reported (molecular and antigen)


+11 911

Daily positivity test


Patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19



Deaths associated with COVID-19



County-by-county distribution of current hospitalizations related to COVID-19:


Current COVID-19 hospitalizations

Fairfield County


Hartford County


Litchfield County


Middlesex County


New Haven County


New County of London


Tolland County


Windham County




For a series of interactive charts and maps that provide additional data, including measures related to age, gender, and race / ethnicity, as well as data disaggregated by city and town of Connecticut, visit and click on the link titled “Data Tracker”.

Governor Lamont signs executive order as part of continuing response to COVID-19

Governor Lamont today signed an executive order as part of his administration’s continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Executive Decree No. 12D enacts the following provisions:

  • Implements certain eviction requirements:
    • Requires landlords to apply for the UniteCT rental assistance program before issuing an eviction notice for non-payment of rent;
    • Demands from landlords that they give tenants threatened with eviction for non-payment of rent, for a period of time, or whose right to occupy a dwelling has ended a notice of at least 30 days before the start of the rental period. ‘eviction;
    • Provides these tenants with the ability to pursue all of the terms of the lease by paying the unpaid rent within the 30 day period;
    • Requires that all eviction notices be delivered with certain information about the state’s UniteCT program and the federal moratorium on evictions in English and Spanish; and
    • Requires a suspension of the eviction process for up to 30 days if the landlord or tenant applies to the UniteCT program.

Football Fans Can Score COVID Vaccine in United States Women’s National Team Kickoff Series

There will be more than one type of shot taking that spot in the next round of WNT shipments, presented by VISA®, when all unvaccinated fans attending the United States Women’s National Team game against Mexico. will be able to receive their COVID vaccine.

The football games will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 1 and at 5 p.m. on Monday, July 5 at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field in East Hartford. The vaccine clinic will be open from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. for the Thursday game and from 2 to 5:30 p.m. for the Monday game. As an added incentive, all fans who receive their vaccine will receive a $ 15 food voucher redeemable at any concession stand located in the stadium lobby. The COVID vaccination clinic, staffed by Griffin Health, will be located just outside the main entrance gates to the stadium.

“Connecticut has been committed to meeting people where they’re at with COVID-19 vaccines since day one, and this is just another example of the exceptional outreach work being done in our public health department.” , Governor Lamont said. “Getting the COVID-19 vaccine during the game will be safe, accessible and quick. So you don’t have to worry about missing the game and you get a $ 15 food voucher. I would like to thank all those who participated in the realization of these clinics. It is these types of partnerships that have continued to help us fight the COVID-19 pandemic and get everyone vaccinated. “

“As Connecticut reopens, getting the COVID-19 vaccine can put you back in the game.” Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz said. “The vaccines available in our state are safe, free and effective, and they can protect you and your community. I encourage anyone who hasn’t yet been vaccinated to get their shot, then cheer on Megan Rapinoe, Carli Lloyd and the rest of our Women’s National Team as they prepare for Tokyo! Today’s announcement shows how committed Connecticut is to our goal of getting everyone in our state immunized. “

According to Dr. Deidre S. Gifford, Acting Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Public Health, more than four million doses of the COVID vaccine have been administered to date and about 70% of the state’s adult residents have been fully immunized. .

“Connecticut is a national leader in terms of immunization rates, but there is still a long way to go to ensure our residents are protected from this deadly virus,” Acting Commissioner Gifford said. “There continues to be a decrease in vaccination rates among young adults, which is why it is ideally suited for events like the WNT Send-Off Series. This gives these young adults an added incentive to get vaccinated and protect themselves and their loved ones. “

Michael W. Freimuth, executive director of the Capital Region Development Authority, said the Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field has played a central role throughout the COVID pandemic by hosting COVID testing and sharing events food that has benefited thousands of Connecticut residents.

“COVID has taught us that our public places offer much more than entertainment, they have been a surprising resource in the fight against the pandemic and continue to do so in many innovative ways”, Freimuth said.

Provide information to Connecticut residents

For the state of Connecticut’s most recent information on COVID-19, residents are encouraged to visit Residents can also subscribe to state SMS alerts by sending the keyword COVIDCT at 888-777.

People who have general questions that the website cannot answer can call 2-1-1 for assistance. The hotline is available 24 hours a day and has multilingual assistance. Anyone out of state or in need of a toll-free number can connect to Connecticut 2-1-1 by dialing 1-800-203-1234. This is intended for use by people who are symptom free but may have general questions related to COVID-19. Anyone showing symptoms is strongly advised to contact their attending physician.

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