Plainville, and nearly every other Connecticut municipality, remains in the coronavirus red zone. The color coded status for cities and towns represents two weeks of cases. The trigger for red status starts at a rate of 15 cases per 100,000 people per day.
The state’s most recent report, issued Dec. 24, showed 144 positive cases in Plainville. That works out to an average of 58.4 daily cases per 100,000 people.
The total of laboratory-confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases reported among Connecticut residents was 172,743, including 162,449 laboratory-confirmed and 10,294 probable cases. One thousand two hundred patients were hospitalized with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19.