November 26, 2020

One New Confirmed COVID Case in Old Lyme, Total Now 62; Lyme Holds at 13 Cases + 1 Probable

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OLD LYME/LYME — The Daily Data Report for Connecticut issued Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 18, shows Old Lyme as now having 62 confirmed COVID-19 cases. This represents an increase of one case over the 61 cases reported on Tuesday, Nov. 17, and includes two fatalities.

The same report shows 13 confirmed cases for Lyme and one probable case. This represents no change from Tuesday’s data.

There have been no fatalities in Lyme.

This COVID-19 metric report is issued by the state once per day, every Monday through Friday, usually around 4 p.m. The report that is issued each Monday contains combined data that was collected on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

The report does not supply details of age or gender, nor date the case was confirmed.


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