By Richard Kaufman
COVID-19 quantities are increasing in Greenwich, and vaccination clinics are functioning smoothly, in accordance to Very first Selectman Fred Camillo and Greenwich Medical center President Diane Kelly.
As of Feb. 2, there had been 175 active COVID-19 cases in town, down 14 from Jan. 26. In total, there have been 3,400 instances in Greenwich due to the fact the pandemic began, with an increase of 175 given that Jan. 26. Also since that day, the total loss of life toll in Greenwich has greater by one to 80.
At Greenwich Clinic, as of the early morning of Feb. 3, there were being 22 COVID-19 patients staying treated, down from 39 on Jan. 27. Of the 22, 5 have been in the Intensive Care Unit on ventilators.
Kelly explained the hospital is hopeful that their inpatient overall will continue to be in the lower 20s, or