Wilton coronavirus case triggers cancellations in town

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Wilton was the first town in Connecticut with a confirmed case of coronavirus, triggering a wave of event cancellations.

Wilton Library has canceled all events for March, including a fundraising gala.

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Precautions are taking effect at Town Hall, where there are signs asking people to keep distance from one another.

Officials there are also planning on how to keep people safe for primary elections.

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