Senator Chris Murphy on Friday stopped by the Greater Danbury Community Health Center to see how the federally funded site has been conducting coronavirus testing. While he touted the work done here to control the spread, Murphy cautioned against complacency. He says a great deal of work went into Connecticut going from a hotspot to a success story in a relatively short period of time. He plans to take information from those on the front lines back to Washington as he makes a case for more federal assistance to ensure ample testing and infection-control equipment. Danbury has two federally funded community health centers, both of which are now offering expand free testing, with pop-up testing sites, mobile testing, and expanded hours.