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Signs of Virus Slowdown


“'Over the past four days, case counts have trended downward: from 180 to 140 to 123 to 102,” said Dr. Mark Levine, state health commissioner. 'And testing did not seem to suffer over the holiday weekend.'

The state had 1,129 cases in the past week, compared to 1,169 the week before, according to [Michael] Pieciak.

Levine added there have been no new deaths from the virus since last week, leaving the current total at 163. The number of hospitalizations in the state has 'plateaued,' with no significant change in numbers. Long-term care cases also appear to be slowing down."


Erin Petenko, vtdigger


January 19, 2021



Erin Petenko, vtdigger, “Signs of Virus Slowdown,” COVID-19 Archive, accessed April 13, 2024,