In the two weeks, ending on November 29th, Brookfield has had 116 new cases of positive COVID-19 tests reported. This is almost twice the previous two week period reported. That moves the rate per 100,000 residents up to 48.7, which is also almost double the prior two weeks. The threshold to be in the red zone is 15 cases per 100,000 residents. Brookfield had additional deaths in town since the last report, bringing the total to 13 deaths to date. Positivity rate in Brookfield is now 6.8 percent, up from 5.9 percent last week. In November alone Brookfield had 112 cases reported, the highest month since June. In 3 days in December, Brookfield has had 27 cases reported. Based on the contact tracing, transmission of the virus continues to primarily be a result of social gatherings, where masks are not worn and social distancing is violated.