On March 21, only four Connecticut residents had been reported dead of coronavirus-related complications.

Less than two months later, that number is nearing 3,000.

The state reported another 58 deaths on Saturday, bringing the official total to 2,932, Gov. Ned Lamont said in a Tweet.

Since the start of the crisis, almost 33,000 people have tested positive for COVID-19 statewide, according to the Tweet.

Only one of Connecticut’s 169 municipalities, Scotland, has yet to confirm a case of the disease, state data indicates.

Fairfield County remains the hardest-hit region, with 1,017 residents dead. But Hartford County, which has reported 901 deaths, is catching up, the data shows.

New Haven County had 686 deaths as of Saturday, according to the data.

Meanwhile, hospitalizations went down in all three of those counties, and by 35 patients statewide, per the data, which shows that only two counties saw an increase in hospitalizations since Friday.

Middlesex County reported three additional COVID-19 patients, and Windham reported another two.

The numbers come as the state prepares for a partial re-opening on May 20, one that comes with extensive guidelines for businesses aimed to prevent another outbreak.

Lamont issued documents detailing those guidelines early Saturday. A breakdown can be found here.