Norwalk mayor: 3 more confirmed COVID-19 cases bringing total to 5

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There were three more positive cases of the coronavirus Wednesday in Norwalk, bringing the city’s total cases to five.

Mayor Harry Rilling provided the updated numbers in a tweet. 

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City Hall is currently closed to public until further notice, and all public meetings are canceled.

Pay to Park in the city is now suspended until April 1. Although parking time limits remain in place.

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