LISTEN: Identifying Outbreaks Early Will Be Key To Maintaining Connecticut's Coronavirus Success
Connecticut's coronavirus infection rate has risen to 1.6 percent -- after spending most of the summer under 1 percent. Gov. Ned Lamont described the climbing number of positive tests as "concerning" this week, although the administration insists the resumption of in-person instruction in K-12 schools isn't behind the rise in cases.
Dr Albert Ko of the Yale School of Public Health has been a key adviser to the Lamont administration throughout the pandemic. He joined host John Henry Smith on Connecticut Public Radio's All Things Considered.
Hear the interview below: