On the day the Connecticut death toll topped 1,000, the University of Washington has revised their model for Connecticut down from 4,0003 expected deaths by June 3 to 2,732 deaths by August 4. They now project the peak to be on April 21 one day earlier than the last model.
Hospitalizations only went up 20 in Connecticut with the first ever decrease in Hartford County.
At the hospital I work at a previously health young man, who spend weeks on a vent was wheeled out of the hospital to the applause of many of cared for him. He was one of the first to be admitted and when I saw his name was no longer on the list of the in patients, I was initially afraid he was one of several who had died, but was thrilled to see he had fought his way through.