As cold weather approaches, state prepares for second wave of virus

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HARTFORD — Despite low infection rates now, state officials and public health experts are bracing for a COVID-19 comeback in Connecticut as the weather turns colder. The percentage of positive tests for coronavirus infection has hovered below, or just above, 1% on a rolling, seven-day average for most of the summer. The high was 41% […]

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