Rhode Island is seeing a coronavirus spike. What does that mean for Connecticut?

Still, Rhode Island experienced only low levels of COVID-19 through late June and early July, before cases began to rise again in recent weeks. Currently, the state’s average daily caseload is the highest it has been in nearly two months, according to The New York Times, with a particular concentration in Providence County.

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