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GREENWICH — For all of May, just 13 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the Greenwich schools.

It’s the lowest total in any month since September. And June is starting with zero cases of the coronavirus, as well. On Tuesday, the district reported no new cases since last Friday among students, teachers and staff, according to its online tracker.

The last cases reported in Greenwich Public Schools was nearly two weeks ago, on May 18.

Statewide, COVID-19 numbers have remained low recently, as well. Last week, Gov. Ned Lamont ended his regular COVID briefings with the public. The number of hospitalizations statewide has dropped considerably as well. Last Friday, there were just 110 COVID patients in Connecticut hospitals and, according to some officials, those who are hospitalized are largely not vaccinated.

According to data from the state of Connecticut, about half of Connecticut residents are fully vaccinated and aroung 60 percent have received at least their first dose.


Also, officials announced this week that the large vaccination clinics that have operated in Greenwich for months are now preparing to shut down.

The Town Hall clinic will be winding down in the coming weeks, and Family Centers Inc. is set to end its clinic at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center on June 4. The last day for Greenwich Hospital’s vaccine clinic at Brunswick School is scheduled for June 13. Vaccines are available for residents age 12 and up.


justin.papp@scni.com; @justinjpapp1; 203-842-2586



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