Vaccination map: At his press conference on Monday, Feb. 1, Gov. Ned Lamont unveiled a vaccination map that shows rates for towns and cities in Connecticut.
Vaccination rate as of Feb. 1:
First doses administered: 338,859
Second doses administered: 86,285
Total doses administered: 425,144
Total first doses:663,
Age 75 and older: 191
Total first doses: 2,929
Age 75 and older 1,026
Total first doses: 281
Age 75 and older: 193
Total first doses: 118
Age 75 and older: 94
Total first doses: 581
Age 75 and older: 137
Total first doses: 137
Age 75 and older: 134
Note: the map does not list second doses as of yet.
Gov. Lamont said that the state has vaccinated approximately 45 percent of its population over the age of 75 and that Connecticut remains in the top three states for vaccine administration. However, due to the snowstorm on Feb. 1, approximately 10,000 vaccine appointments all across the state were cancelled, along with vaccine deliveries.
Restrictions on restaurants, businesses, and houses of worship eased
Gov. Lamont announced at the press conference that he would ease several safety restrictions.
He said local businesses and restaurants with indoor dining will now be allowed to stay open for an extra hour until 11 p.m.
Houses of worship will now be allowed to have 50 percent capacity in its buildings, but mask and social distancing will be required.
Litchfield County rates
As of Jan. 31, Litchfield County has gone over 10,000 total Covid cases, and now stands at 10,057 cases. Currently, 18 Litchfield County residents are hospitalized due to Covid.
Total cases by town as of Jan. 31:
455 cases, five deaths
2,547 cases, 124 deaths
123 cases, one death
33 cases, no deaths
253 cases, three deaths
57 cases, no deaths