Monroe’s prognosis continues to improve as new COVID-19 cases fall to 1 per day

Monroe Town Hall on a sunny afternoon. Photo by John Babina

MONROE, CT — Monroe’s now averages only one new COVID-19 case per day, according to the town’s two-week rolling case rate.

“Our two-week case rate is 5.1 cases per 100,000 population,” First Selectman Ken Kellogg said Friday, in his weekly update on the pandemic. “As of yesterday’s report, Monroe has had 1,414 cases, and 16 deaths, since the start of the pandemic.”

Monroe continues to offer vaccination clinics for adults age 18 and over on Wednesdays. Appointments may be made through VAMS, but are no longer necessary. Walk-ins are welcome from 9 a.m. until noon.

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