November 26, 2020

Nov. 20 COVID Update: Two New COVID Cases in Old Lyme, No New Cases in Lyme; OL Has 67 Cases, Lyme 17

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LYME/OLD LYME — In light of the serious rise in Coronavirus cases, we have started a new daily update reporting confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases in Lyme and Old Lyme. The state is now issuing a COVID-19 metric report daily around 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The state does not give any details of the age of those infected, their gender or the date the case was confirmed.

The Daily Data Report for Connecticut issued Friday afternoon, Nov. 20, (which was issued after the Friday, Nov. 20 weekly Ledge Light Health Department report) shows the following:

OLD LYME now has a cumulative total of 67 confirmed COVID-19 cases.

This represents an increase of two confirmed cases over the 65 cases reported Thursday, Nov. 19.

There have been two fatalities in Old Lyme.

LYME has a cumulative total of 15 confirmed cases and two probable cases.

This represents no change over Thursday’s data.

There have been no fatalities in Lyme.

The COVID-19 metric report is issued by the state once per day, every Monday through Friday. The report that is issued each Monday contains combined data that was collected on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The state will issue its next report Monday, Nov. 23.



  1. Any Chance of you publishing thus: Cumulative cases since –, new cases in past 2 wks, & if at all possible resolved cases/deaths.
    More and clearer information should lead to better trust in local authorities, and allow for individuals to make wise decisions.

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