Doctors at Connecticut's two largest health care systems say they believe the latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic may be peaking in the state. Their comments came as Gov. Ned Lamont's office released data Thursday showing hospitalizations falling from the day before by about 20. The chief of infectious disease at Hartford HealthCare says that the one-day data is not evidence in itself that the recent wave has peaked but that it seems to be part of a larger trend. The chief medical officer at Yale-New Haven Health says he expects a steady if slow decline in hospitalizations over the next four to six weeks.