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(WFSB) -- The Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact Connecticut and the entire country.

Below is a breakdown of developments as they happen:

As of Monday, Gov. Ned Lamont said the state's positivity rate was at 2.35 percent.

For a complete town-by-town breakdown of the cases, click here.

Mar. 1

On Monday, there were 282,626 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 2,680 since Friday. Out of 114,157 tests administered, 2,680 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 2.35%.

There were 29 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,651. Hospitalizations decreased by 34 on Monday, bringing the current total to 417.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,787,598 an increase of 114,157 since Friday.

Governor Ned Lamont provided an update on the state's response to COVID-19.

Feb. 26

On Friday, there were 279,946 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 787 since Thursday. Out of 35,512 tests administered, 787 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 2.22%.

There were 8 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,622. Hospitalizations decreased by 34 on Friday, bringing the current total to 451.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,673,441 an increase of 35,512 since Thursday.

Feb. 25

4 p.m.

On Thursday, there were 279,159 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 975 since Wednesday. Out of 46,017 tests administered, 975 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 2.12%.

There were 19 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,614. Hospitalizations decreased by 10 on Thursday, bringing the total to 485.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,637,929 an increase of 46,017 since Wednesday.

12 p.m.

During a news conference about the state's vaccine rollout, Gov. Lamont said Thursday that the state's positivity rate dropped to 2.1 percent. He added that hospitalizations are also down.

Before that news conference, Lamont announced that the state is expecting to receive 30,000 Johnson & Johnson vaccines next week, pending FDA approval, which could happen this weekend.

RELATED: Pending FDA authorization, CT to receive 30,000 Johnson & Johnson vaccines next week

Feb. 24

On Wednesday, there were 278,184 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 1,493 since Tuesday. Out of 47,512 tests administered, 1,493 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 3.14%.

There were 23 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,595. Hospitalizations decreased by 16 on Wednesday, bringing the total to 495.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,591,912 an increase of 47,512 since Tuesday.

Feb. 23

On Tuesday, there were 276,691 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 1,357 since Monday. Out of 34,656 tests administered, 1,357 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 3.92%.

There were 10 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,572. Hospitalizations increased by 11 on Tuesday, bringing the total to 511.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,544,400 an increase of 34,656 since Monday.

Feb. 22

Monday, there were 275,334 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which was up 2,233 since Friday. Also since Friday, 86,401 tests were performed. Hospitalizations sat at 500, which was a decline of 35. Deaths rose to 7,562, up 39 since Friday.

Gov. Ned Lamont held a COVID-19 update on Feb. 22 which included a new vaccine rollout plan.

Feb. 19

On Friday, there were 273,101 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 1,198 since Thursday. Out of 46,396 tests administered, 1,198 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 2.58%.

There were 27 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,523. Hospitalizations decreased by 33 on Friday, bringing the total to 535.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,423,343 an increase of 46,396 since Thursday.

Feb. 18

On Thursday, there were 271,903 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 547 since Wednesday. Out of 27,015 tests administered, 547 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 2.02%.

There were 20 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,496. Hospitalizations decreased by 16 on Thursday, bringing the total to 568.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,376,947 an increase of 27,015 since Wednesday.

The state's positivity rate is still hovering around 2 percent.

Feb. 17

On Wednesday, there were 271,356 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 534 since Tuesday. Out of 33,808 tests administered, 534 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 1.58%.

There were 27 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,476. Hospitalizations decreased by 22 on Wednesday, bringing the total to 584.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,349,932 an increase of 33,808 since Tuesday.

Feb. 16

On Tuesday, there were 270,822 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 580 since Monday. Out of 20,485 tests administered, 580 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 2.83%.

There were 2 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,449. Hospitalizations decreased by 12 on Tuesday, bringing the total to 606.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,316,124 an increase of 20,485 since Monday.

Starting March 19, the state will increase capacity on private, social & recreational events at commercial venues. For indoors, capacity will expand to 50 percent, capped at 100 people. For outdoors, capacity will be up to 200 people.

Lamont said this is all dependent on continued stability in COVID-19 metrics.

Gov. Lamont said the state's positivity rate continues to trend below 3 percent, as of Feb. 16.

Feb. 15

On Monday, there were 270,242 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 2,905 since Friday. Out of 97,516 tests administered, 2,905 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 2.98%.

There were 66 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,447. Hospitalizations decreased by 56 on Monday, bringing the total to 618.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,295,639 an increase of 97,516 since Friday.

Feb. 12

On Friday, there were 267,337 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 838 since Thursday. Out of 37,791 tests administered, 838 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 2.22%.

There were 27 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,381. Hospitalizations decreased by 57 on Friday, bringing the total to 674.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,198,123 an increase of 37,791 since Thursday.

Feb. 11

On Thursday, there were 266,499 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 1,003 since Wednesday. Out of 43,240 tests administered, 1,003 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 2.32%.

There were 28 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,354. Hospitalizations decreased by 39 on Thursday, bringing the total to 731.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,160,322 an increase of 43,240 since Wednesday.

The state's positivity rate has dropped to the lowest we've seen in over three-and-a-half months.

Feb. 10

On Wednesday, there were 265,496 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 888 since Tuesday. Out of 28,662 tests administered, 888 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 3.1%.

There were 28 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,326. Hospitalizations decreased by 56 on Wednesday, bringing the total to 770.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,117,092 an increase of 28,662 since Tuesday.

Feb. 9 

On Tuesday, there were 264,608 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 869 since Monday. Out of 22,602 tests administered, 869 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 3.84%.

There were 16 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,298. Hospitalizations increased by 11 on Tuesday, bringing the total to 826.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,088,608 an increase of 22,602 since Monday.

Feb. 8

4:15 p.m.

On Monday, the state said anyone who is 65 and older can register to get a vaccine beginning Thursday.

Governor Ned Lamont said there are 350,000 residents in the state who are ages 65 to 74. He believes it will take about four weeks to get those people vaccinated.

Lamont also announced that providers with open slots can begin to fill with residents 65 and older beginning immediately.

Governor Ned Lamont provided an update on the state's response to COVID-19.

4 p.m.

On Monday, there were 263,739 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 4,367 since Friday. Out of 122,145 tests administered, 4,367 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 3.58%.

There were 68 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,282. Hospitalizations decreased by 12 on Monday, bringing the total to 815.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 6,065,828 an increase of 122,145 since Friday.

Feb. 5

On Friday, there were 259,372 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 1,431 since Thursday. Out of 47,026 tests administered, 1,431 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 3.04%.

There were 29 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,214. Hospitalizations decreased by 10 on Friday, bringing the total to 827.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,943,683 an increase of 47,026 since Thursday.

Feb. 4

On Thursday, there were 257,941 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 937 since Wednesday. Out of 29,864 tests administered, 937 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 3.14%.

Gov. Lamont said it was the lowest positivity rate the state has seen since Halloween.

There were 28 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,185. Hospitalizations decreased by 37 on Thursday, bringing the total to 837.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,896,657 an increase of 29,864 since Wednesday.

Feb. 3

On Wednesday, there were 257,004 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 482 since Tuesday. Out of 12,782 tests administered, 482 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 3.77%.

There were 24 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,157. Hospitalizations decreased by 26 on Wednesday, bringing the total to 874.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,866,793 an increase of 12,782 since Tuesday.

Feb. 2

On Tuesday, there were 256,522 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 2,568 since Monday. Out of 58,957 tests administered, 2.568 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 4.36%.

There were 14 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,133. Hospitalizations decreased by 12 on Tuesday, bringing the total to 900.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,854,011 an increase of 58,957 since Monday.

Feb. 1

4:15 p.m. 

Governor Ned Lamont announced on Monday that the curfew for restaurants and businesses is being extended to 11 p.m. Other safeguards will remain in place. Capacity at restaurants will remain limited to 50 percent capacity. 

Lamont also announced that House of Worship will be at 50 percent capacity, with no cap. Masks and social distancing will still be required.

Governor Ned Lamont provided an update on the state's response to COVID-19.

4 p.m.

On Monday, there were 253,954 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 3,931 since Friday. Out of 101,971 tests administered, 3,931 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 3.86%.

There were 73 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,119. Hospitalizations decreased by 73 on Monday, bringing the total to 912.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,795,054 an increase of 101,971 since Friday.

Jan. 29

On Friday, there were 250,023 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 1,258 since Thursday. Out of 34,577 tests administered, 1,258 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 3.64%.

There were 26 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,046. Hospitalizations decreased by 10 on Friday, bringing the total to 985.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,693,083 an increase of 34,577 since Thursday.

Jan. 28

On Thursday, there were 248,765 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 1,426 since Wednesday. Out of 40,185 tests administered, 1,426 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 3.55%.

There were 44 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 7,020. Hospitalizations decreased by 21 on Thursday, bringing the total to 995.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,658,506, an increase of 40,185 since Wednesday.

Jan. 27

On Wednesday, there were 247,339 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 2,440 since Tuesday. Out of 55,474 tests administered, 2,440 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 4.4%.

There were 42 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,976. Hospitalizations decreased by 52 on Wednesday, bringing the total to 1,016.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,618,321, an increase of 55,474 since Tuesday.

Jan. 26

On Tuesday, there were 244,899 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 1,267 since Monday. Out of 34,518 tests administered, 1,267 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 3.67%.

There were 23 additional coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,934. Hospitalizations stayed the same as of Tuesday, at 1,068.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,562,847, an increase of 34,518 since Monday.

Jan. 25

On Monday, there were 243,632 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 5,817 since Friday. Out of 123,037 tests administered, 5,817 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 4.73%.

There were 92 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,911. Hospitalizations increased by 10, bringing the total to 1,068.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,528,329, an increase of 123,037 since Friday.

Jan. 22

On Friday, there were 237,815 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 2,019 since Thursday. Out of 40,958 tests administered, 2,019 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 4.93%.

There were 45 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,819. Hospitalizations decreased by 11, bringing the total to 1,058.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,439,307, an increase of 40,958 since Thursday.

Jan. 21

On Thursday, there were 235,796 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 1,662 since Wednesday. Out of 38,957 tests administered, 1,662 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 4.27%.

There were 48 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,774. Hospitalizations decreased by 55, bringing the total to 1,069.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,398,346, an increase of 38,957 since Wednesday.

Governor Ned Lamont provided an update on the state's response to COVID-19.

Jan. 20

On Wednesday, there were 234,134 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 1,915 since Tuesday. Out of 30,461 tests administered, 1,915 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 6.29%.

There were 44 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,726. Hospitalizations decreased by 17, bringing the total to 1,124.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,359,389, an increase of 30,461 since Tuesday.

Jan. 19

On Tuesday, there were 233,219 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 2,094 since Monday. Out of 37,033 tests administered, 2,094 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 5.65%.

There were 12 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,682. Hospitalizations increased by 27, bringing the total to 1,141.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,328,928, an increase of 37,033 since Monday.

Gov. Ned Lamont gave an update on the coronavirus pandemic and Phase 1B in the state's vaccination rollout.

Jan. 18

On Monday, there were 230,125 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 6,703 since Friday. Out of 138,085 tests administered, 6,703 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 4.85%.

There were 76 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,670. Hospitalizations increased by 16, bringing the total to 1,114.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 5,291,895, an increase of 138,085 since Friday.

Jan. 15

On Friday, there were 223,422 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 1,878 since Thursday. Out of 30,303 tests administered, 1,878 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 6.2%.

There were 41 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,594. Hospitalizations decreased by 20, bringing the total to 1,098.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 4,8867,707, an increase of 30,303 since Thursday.

Jan. 14

On Thursday, there were 221,544 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 968 since Wednesday. Out of 22,171 tests administered, 968 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 4.37%.

There were 17 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,553. Hospitalizations decreased by 30, bringing the total to 1,118.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 4,837,404, an increase of 22,171 since Wednesday.

Gov. Lamont gave an update on the coronavirus pandemic on the same day when those 75 and over could register for a vaccine.

Jan. 13

On Wednesday, there were 220,576 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 3,529 since Tuesday. Out of 56,600 tests administered, 3,529 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 6.23%.

There were 87 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,536. Hospitalizations decreased by 6, bringing the total to 1,148.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 4,815,233, an increase of 56,600 since Tuesday.

Jan. 12

On Tuesday, there were 217,047 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 3,689 since Monday. Out of 34,422 tests administered, 3,689 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 10.72%.

There were 31 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,449. Hospitalizations increased by 12, bringing the total to 1,154.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 4,758,633, an increase of 34,422 since Monday.

Jan. 11

On Monday, there were 213,358 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 7,364 since Friday. Out of 116,244 tests administered, 7,364 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 6.33 %.

There were 92 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,416. Hospitalizations increased by 33, bringing the total to 1,142.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 4,724,211, an increase of 116,244 since Friday.

Governor Ned Lamont provided an update on the state's response to COVID-19 and the vaccine rollout.

Jan. 8

4 p.m.

On Friday, there were 205,994 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 3,236 since Thursday. Out of 38,262 tests administered, 3,236 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 8.46 %.

There were 37 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,324. Hospitalizations increased by 22, bringing the total to 1,109.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 4,607,967, an increase of 38,262 since Thursday.

3 p.m.

During a news conference on Friday afternoon, Gov. Ned Lamont said the state's positivity rate has spiked to about 8.5 percent. More statistics are expected to be released later in the day.

Jan. 7

4 p.m.

On Thursday, there were 202,758 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 3,304 since Wednesday. Out of 52,633 tests administered, 3,304 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 6.28%.

There were 57 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,287. Hospitalizations decreased by 52, bringing the total to 1,087.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 4,569,705, an increase of 52,633 since Wednesday.

Jan. 6

4:30 p.m.

On Wednesday, there were 199,454 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 2,486 since Tuesday. Out of 29,080 tests administered, 2,486 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 8.55%.

There were 38 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,230. Hospitalizations decreased by 10, bringing the total to 1,139.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 4,517,072, an increase of 29,080 since Tuesday.

Jan. 5

4 p.m.

On Tuesday, there were 196,968 COVID-19 cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, which is up 2,332 since Monday. Out of 30,458 tests administered, 2,332 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 7.66%.

There were 24 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,192. Hospitalizations increased by 38, bringing the total to 1,149.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 4,487,992, an increase of 30,458 since Monday.

Jan. 4

4:10 p.m.

Governor Ned Lamont said as of Monday, there were 75,180 coronavirus vaccines administered, which is about 2% of the state's population.

He also said that 100% of first doses as all nursing homes in the state will be completed by Friday.

4 p.m.

On Monday, there were 194,636 COVID-19 cases reported, which is up 4,516 since Saturday. Out of 85,344 tests administered, 4,516 came back positive. That results in a positivity rate of 5.29%.

There were 69 new coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the overall total since the pandemic began to 6,168. Hospitalizations increased by 55, bringing the total to 1,111.

The number of tests performed since the pandemic began is now at 4,457,534, an increase of 85,344 since Saturday.

Jan. 2

On Saturday, there were 190,120 coronavirus cases reported, which is up by 4,412 since Thursday. Out of 62,526 tests administered, 4,412 came back positive, resulting in a positivity rate of 7.06 percent.

There were 104 new COVID-related deaths, bringing the state's overall total to 6,099 since the pandemic started. Hospitalizations are down by eighty since Thursday, which brings the state's overall total to 1,056.

The number of tests that have been administered since the pandemic began is now at 4,372,190, an increase of 62,526 since Thursday.

For earlier statistics dating back through 2020, click here.

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(12) comments

Wayne Johnson

It would be interesting if Channel 3 did some investigative journalism on the so-called pandemic. A good question to ask would be why are the small businesses being asked to close while the larger businesses like Walmart, Target, and Cosco are allowed to stay open? Why aren't there any mass cases of those shopping at the larger stores getting the so-called "Covid19" virus? Why are there no reports of people getting the virus at Subway grinders and yet the mom and pop restaurants are asked to close their doors? People get gasoline for their cars and walk into convenience stores by the millions each and every day and yet, we don't hear of anyone getting "Covid19" after doing so.

No one I know even knows anyone who knows anyone who has gotten "Covid19". Everyone on social media is saying the exact same thing.

No one I know trusts the vaccine. Why should they? Thousands of people around the world have died after taking various forms of it. Bill Gates, a man who wants to depopulate the world world is also a contributor to the vaccine and, at the same time, he also funded the Wuhan lab in China. There is no evidence that the virus originated in China though. There is emerging evidence though that the virus came from the Fort Detrick lab in Maryland.

There are many, including myself, who think that the virus is being used as an excuse for the failing dollar. Why else would we be hearing about the "great reset" to our economy?

Why have the numbers of people dying from other illnesses, like the common flu, gone down at the same percentage as the rise of those who have gotten the so-called "Coronavirus"?

There are well qualified Doctors and Nurses around the world warning people NOT to take the vaccine. Many have come out recently to say it is all a total fraud. Our own Government has passed a law that doesn't allow any of the pharmaceutical companies to be held liable for people dying or being sterilized after taking the vaccine.

In the past, we so-called "conspiracy theorists" have been correct 100% of the time. We were right concerning the assassination of JFK. We were right about 9/11 being an inside job.

By the way, Bill Gates in now the largest owner of farmland in the United States. A man who wants to depopulate the earth will soon be in charge of this nation's food supply.

People better start waking up!

Dan7543

I will take a blue cheese dressing with that conspiracy theory of a word salad.

SunnyDay

I think this is Fake news. Ned, or beloved Gov is doing better that this. CT is a leader in fighting Covid. We've put the world (save for NY and NJ because they are also doing such a good job) on the Covid list. We closed the state, destroyed businesses, livelihoods, peoples income. Surely we're doing better than this.

Brian C. Duffy

Here's some more fake news this morning for your fake name and empty brain, Sun:

~~In his call with Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, Lamont said Azar told him, "You're going to be one of the one or two states that's going to get an extra dose of vaccines starting this week in the tens of thousands because you have shown you can put to work faster to keep people safe."

SunnyDay

Another brainiac comment from the basement of the shoebox at 46 Hayes rd., our fearless leader of the Bahhh, Bahhhh, Bahhhh herd mentality.

Brian C. Duffy

It took you over a month to reply? Were you this late for school early in life Sun? That would explain a boatload.

Verdad

fish in a barrel

Brian C. Duffy

Red fish, Blue fish, and all yellow.

Verdad

Well that didn't take long. You are so impulsive. Go peddle your puke elsewhere.

Brian C. Duffy

'Splash'

Jay the drummer

Ok wfsb way to dive into this head first 3 days ago we were at 8% then it went down to 6 yesterday now the headline is jumps to 7.5% come on get over it its a cold no big deal fear or free u decide

Verdad

Math. It is not that difficult. Stay in school.

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