CONNECTICUT — As of Thursday evening, Connecticut has seen six positive cases - five Connecticut residents - of the new coronavirus and two New York residents who work at three Connecticut-based hospitals have also tested positive for the coronavirus, known as COVID-19. Another New York resident tested positive at Greenwich Hospital on Thursday and that represents Connecticut's sixth test.

In summary, five Connecticut residents have tested positive for the coronavirus. (Coronavirus In CT: 6 Confirmed Positive Tests, State To Waive 180-Day Requirement For Schools)

Greenwich Hospital confirmed Thursday that they have a patient who tested positive. (Coronavirus: Hospital Patient Tests Positive For Virus).

Connecticut had its first case involving a child. (1st Coronavirus Case Involving A Child: Over 300 Asked To Self-Monitor For 2 Weeks)

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Dozens of local schools all across Connecticut have announced school closings and or plans to implement distance learning programs. More are expected to be announced in the coming days. Here is the latest updated list. (Coronavirus School Closings In CT: List).

Most St. Patrick's Day parades and events have been cancelled. See the full list below.

Gov. Ned Lamont has issued an emergency declaration. Here is an explainer piece on what that actually means. (Coronavirus CT: What Does The Governor's State Of Emergency Mean?).

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Here are all of the major stories concerning Connecticut and the coronavirus updated as of Thursday:

Coronavirus In CT: 6 Confirmed Positive Tests, State To Waive 180-Day Requirement For Schools

The governor's school waiver clears the way for schools to close for as long as necessary. Meanwhile, a child from Connecticut has the virus.>>>Read More.


1st Coronavirus Case Involving A Child: Over 300 Asked To Self-Monitor For 2 Weeks

All Wilcoxson school students and staff are being asked to remain 五福彩票6688下载 and monitor their health after a student was diagnosed with COVID-19.>>>Read More.


Coronavirus School Closings In CT: Updated List

Here are the schools and colleges that announced closings and or moving to online classes because of the new coronavirus.>>>Read More.

Coronavirus CT: Fourth Resident Tests Positive For Virus

This is the fourth confirmed case in Connecticut.>>>Read More.


Coronavirus Confirmed In Stratford; 5th Case In CT

Anyone considered to be a close contact of the person diagnosed with the virus will be notified by health officials.>>>Read more.


Coronavirus: Hospital Patient Tests Positive For Virus

A patient cared for in the hospital emergency department has tested positive for the new Coronavirus, hospital officials said Thursday.>>>Read More.


Coronavirus CT: 3rd Person Tests Positive, More To Come, State Health Officials Say

Epidemiologist says in a week there will be more cases announced. He said if you have cough, fever, and trouble breathing, 'assume you have it.'>>>Read More.


Coronavirus CT: How Small Businesses Can Survive The Outbreak

Gov. Ned Lamont, and every credible health source, local to federal, says stay 五福彩票6688下载 from work when you're ill. Small businesses are worried.>>>Read More.


Coronavirus CT: What Does The Governor's State Of Emergency Mean?

World Health Organization says CVOID-19 is now pandemic. Tuesday, Gov. Ned Lamont declared a public health emergency. What does that mean?>>>Read More.


Coronavirus: 14 People At Local Party May Have COVID-19

A man who has coronavirus attended a party on March 5 and may have infected over a dozen people. He has left the United States.>>>Read More.


Coronavirus CT: University of Hartford Implements Restrictions

Four students have placed themselves into isolation after attending a large conference at which several people have confirmed coronavirus.>>>Read More.


CT Coronavirus: Big Box Stores Send Policy Updates To Customers

Several big box retailers have sent out Coronavirus advisories to Connecticut customers.>>>Read More.


Outrage Greets State Tournament Cancellations

Several hundred high school students protested a decision by the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference to cancel remaining winter sport tournaments.>>>Read More.


Connecticut Student May Have Coronavirus; School Closed

Officials hope to know by Wednesday whether an Elementary School student has the new coronavirus.>>>Read More.


Urgent Care Visits Suspended At Facilities In 2 Connecticut Towns

Urgent Care visits to both locations are suspended after a provider who practices at a Westmed office in NY tested positive for Coronavirus.>>>Read More.


St. Patrick's Day parades that have been cancelled thus far:


Major stories since the first positive coronavirus case in Connecticut:

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