Just over half of the 46 Trumbull residents who have died with COVID-19 were over 80 years old, according to information released today by the town. The data, available through the town’s website, was compiled from numbers provided by the state.
As of April 24, there have been 304 town residents that tested positive for the virus, 120 males and 183 females (there was one case with no gender reported). The trend is that the number of those to test positive tracks with age, with 77 cases reported in people over 80, 56 in people in their 70s and 45 cases among people in their 60s. Just 16 people under 30 have tested positive, including one under 10.