Lamont: 415 coronavirus cases confirmed in state; 10 fatalities related to virus reported

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Gov. Ned Lamont said Monday there are now 415 reported cases of coronavirus with 10 fatalities.

Lamont said about 4,500 people have been tested for coronavirus.

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He also said he's looking to cap the number of cars going to state parks to allow people to still get outside but continue social distancing practices.

Lamont says he ordered all schools to remain closed until April 20. Since Friday, another 27,000 people have filed for unemployment in Connecticut.

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