There are some COVID-19 infection hot spots in Connecticut, mostly in the Naugatuck Valley and a few towns in the Greater Danbury area. The highest rates are in Waterbury, Bethlehem, New Milford at 66.5 cases per 100,000 population, Wolcott and Brookfield with 60.9 cases per 100,000 population.
State Public Health officials are attributing some of the rates in municipalities like Bethlehem, as being just a handful of cases but in a town where there's low population artificially inflating the figure. Other hotspots include Derby, Seymour, Watertown and Torrington.
Governor Ned Lamont says much like when there was a spike in Danbury and the state brought in the testing calvary, they'll now bring in the vaccine forces to bring shots to the people.