Stratford Coronavirus (COVID-19) Data

This page displays COVID-19 data that is specific to the Town of Stratford, CT. Please note, data is preliminary and subject to change.  The Stratford Health Department will update this page on Fridays to provide you with the most up-to-date information. 

 

View the case rate per 100,000 population and the percent test positivity here.

To view the State's daily COVID-19 data report, including the most up-to-date COVID-19 case numbers for Stratford click here.

 

Updated February 26, 2020

 

*Note: These numbers are based on positive lab reports received by the Stratford Health Department by the graph date.  Actual "actively ill" numbers are likely higher due to outstanding lab reports.  Cases who are "actively ill/contagious" are not known to be hospitalized, but have tested positive for COVID-19 within the 10 days prior to the graph date and are considered contagious.  This includes sick individuals and individuals showing no symptoms. Cases in the “recovered/recovery assumed” category include cases for which at least 10 days have passed since their first positive test date or date of symptom onset.  Please note, some individuals may have symptoms, including fatigue, shortness of breath, and brain fog, that linger or recur for weeks or months following recovery  This category also includes individuals who are considered unreachable (unable to be successfully contacted by the Health Department), but at least 10 days have passed since positive test date, and the individual is not known by the Health Department to be hospitalized or deceased.  Individuals who are "actively hospitalized" were reported to be hospitalized within the two weeks prior to the graph date but are not known to be deceased. Actual hospitalization rates may vary. This chart will be updated weekly.*

 

  

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Note: small differences may exist between Town of Stratford COVID-19 graphs and the State of Connecticut daily reports of confirmed COVID-19 case numbers.  These differences are simply due to differences in the time of day the case data was analyzed.  New cases are added to the COVID-19 database throughout the day.  While this database is shared between the state health department and local health departments, a small difference in time can lead to a different case count.  For clarity, the time of day the cases were counted will be included on each of Stratford’s graphs.  The Town of Stratford strives to provide the most up-to-date information.*

 

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Please email COVID-19 questions for the Stratford Health Department to: Health@townofstratford.com