As of yesterday, Brookfield had 45 confirmed cases of coronavirus. The town's Director of Public Health says the virus is affecting all age groups and sexes. Connecticut is low on the lists of deaths per capita, ranked at 44th. First Selectman Steve Dunn says this is in large part due to the skills of healthcare workers in Connecticut. As announced last week, a person who tested positive for coronavirus was in Brookfield Town Hall. The building will now be closed this week to comply with the recommended 14-day isolation period. A company will thoroughly clean the building early this week. Staff will be working from home, but will respond to calls and emails daily. Brookfield town employees will be back in their offices starting April 6th.