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COVID-19 Data Page

This page is for up to date COVID-19 data for the Town of Fairfield. Graphs are updated daily Monday through Friday and changes frequently throughout the day. All data is preliminary and subject to change. Please note, graphs may not show up on mobile devices. The State of Connecticut Department of Public Health uses the Connecticut Electronic Disease Surveillance System. This system is used by the Health Department to obtain case numbers, deaths, and other demographic information.

Current COVID-19 Data - Daily Quick Summary

 

*Fairfield specific hospitalizations as well as County and State recoveries are not reported. 

Full Daily State COVID-19 Report 

Fairfield Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Cases by Date

This graph shows the number of laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases for Fairfield residents as reported by the State of Connecticut each day. Please note that sometimes there is a data lag between laboratories and the State which can show significant case increases. For example, this happened on 4/20/2020 and 4/22/2020. The data is constantly being reviewed and updated by the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health and this may impact case numbers for the Town. For example, the loss of cases on 4/28/2020.

Fairfield Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 New Cases and Existing Cases by Date

 

Fairfield Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Cases by Specimen Collection Date 

This graph shows laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases on the dates their sample was collected, when patients were theoretically experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

Fairfield Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Cases by Age Group and Gender

Fairfield Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Minimum, Maximum, Average, and Median Age

Fairfield COVID-19 Related Deaths by Age Group and Gender

 

Fairfield COVID-19 Related Deaths Minimum, Maximum, Average, and Median Age

Fairfield Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Cases by General Population and Elder Facilities

Fairfield has seven nursing home/assisted living facilities. These residents are our most vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus and the facilities are doing everything they can to protect their residents from the virus including increased testing. These facilities are also inspected by the CT Department of Public Health who is providing guidance and direction on the care of COVID-19 cases. The Fairfield Health Department continues to monitor the situation and is in consistent contact with the facilities to provide any assistance or materials needed. 

Fairfield Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Cases for Elder Facilities and the General population by Week

Please note, this graph is updated weekly on Wednesdays. 

Fairfield Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Deaths by General Population and Elder Facilities

Fairfield Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Associated Deaths by Date of Death

Fairfield Laboratory Samples for COVID-19 Positive vs Negative Results by Week

Please note, this graph is updated weekly on Thursdays and now includes antibody results. 

Outcomes for Fairfield Residents Who Tested Positive for COVID-19

Recovered - Residents who verbally reported full recovery to the Fairfield Health Department. 

Assumed Recovered - Residents who have been in the surveillance system for laboratory confirmed COVID-19 for more than 30 days with no reported death.

Death - COVID-19 associated related deaths by Fairfield residents. 

Recovery is based on interviews with COVID-19 positive residents conducted by Health Department nurses. The nurses make assessments regarding symptoms and recovery status based on specific CDC guidance. Please note, residents who are in elder facilities are not interviewed or followed up with as they are in the care of medical and nursing staff in those settings. Therefore we may not receive information for residents in those settings. 

Reported Symptoms of Fairfield Residents Who Tested Positive for COVID-19

 

Total Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Per 50,000 People in Fairfield, Fairfield County, and Connecticut

Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Case Rate Per 100,000 People by Town in the Greater Bridgeport Area

Daily Total Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Associated Hospitalizations with 3-Day Moving Average Trend-lines

Daily Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Associated New Hospitalizations in Connecticut and Fairfield County with a 3-Day Moving Average Trend-lines

 

Additional Data Resources  

CT Data 

CT DataHaven

Worldometer

Johns Hopkins Map

CDC COVID-19 Associated Hospitalizations

COVID-19 Models

IHME COVID-19 Projections

For data/graph questions, please contact Amy Lehaney at alehaney@fairfieldct.org or Santina Jaronko at sjaronko@fairfieldct.org.