In the last two weeks, Brookfield has reported 67 new cases of coronavirus. That moves the rate per 100,000 residents up to 28.1 from 22.3 last week. Total cases in Brookfield are now reported as 367 since the start of the pandemic. The positivity rate in Brookfield is now 5.9%, up from 4.8% reported the week before. First Selectman Steve Dunn says transmission continues to be a result of social gatherings, family gatherings and larger group gatherings at restaurants, where masks are not worn and social distancing is violated. An employee in the Brookfield Parks and Rec office has become ill. The employee was tested for the virus and the test was negative. However, in an abundance of caution, all employees in the office are quarantining and the office will remain closed this week.