There are fewer Connecticut towns in the state's Red Alert Zone for high community spread of COVID-19. 155 of 169 municipalities remain in the red zone, but the state Department of Public Health says Kent, Redding, and Salisbury are among 5 municipalities to move into the orange alert level. Instead of the 15 cases per 100,000 population, that level is 10 to 14 cases. More towns have also dropped to the grey alert level for having fewer than 5 cases per 100,000 population. Those includes 9 municipalities include Bridgewater, Cornwall, and Warren.