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A look at the spike in confirmed COVID-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations in Connecticut since early March

Since March 10, confirmed COVID-19 cases in Connecticut have grown from two to more than 9,000 and there have been over 300 reported deaths from the coronavirus.

Those numbers are only expected to grow over the next month, with a peak in cases and deaths projected for late April and early March, according to Gov. Ned Lamont.

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We will be tracking the number of confirmed cases and deaths and adding them to the graphs below daily.

For more coverage on coronavirus in Connecticut, visit courant.com/coronavirus.

Confirmed Coronavirus Cases

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Coronavirus Deaths

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Confirmed cases by county per 100,000 people

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SOURCE: CT Department of Public Health

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