Fairfield County continues to experience the most residents in the state testing positive for COVID-19. NUVANCE Health CEO Dr. John Murphy says there's a reason Fairfield County has more coronavirus cases than other parts of the state. Most diseases they've tracked over the years follow a pattern from JFK and then 684 coming north, out of the city. He says it then migrates along I-84 or the rail line. Connecticut officials put Stay Home orders in place to try to slow the spread of COVID-19 to other parts of the state.