STORRS, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — A new wave of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations is being felt in Connecticut. New numbers from Gov. Ned Lamon t’s office show more than 2,700 new cases since Thursday. The daily positive test rate is now at 6.37%. CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Health Experts Stress Need To Fight ‘Mask Exhaustion’ Tri-State Area Coronavirus Travel Advisory List CBS2’s Dr. Max Answers Your Health Questions Resources: Unemployment, Hunger, Mental Health & More Remote Learning Tools For Parents Teaching At Home Complete Coronavirus Coverage Forty-two new coronavirus patients are now being treated in the hospital. All students on the Storrs campus at the University of Connecticut are now under a modified quarantine. CORONAVIRUS: NY Health Dept. | NY Call 1-(888)-364-3065 | NYC Health Dept. | NYC Call 311, Text COVID to 692692 | NJ COVID-19 Info Hub | NJ Call 1-(800)-222-1222 or 211, Text NJCOVID to 898211 | CT Health Dept. | CT Call 211 | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention All gatherings and recreational activities are suspended, and dining halls will convert to takeout. The new rules went into effect at 5 p.m. Friday and will last until the campus closes for Thanksgiving break on Nov. 21. The school’s COVID-19 dashboard reports 62 confirmed coronavirus cases on the main campus. MORE FROM CBS NEW YORK President Trump Says New York State Will Not Receive COVID Vaccine As Soon As It’s Available De Blasio Says NYC Parents Should Be Ready ‘As Early As Monday’ For All-Remote Learning Doctors Worry Winterizing Outdoor Dining Spaces Will Increase COVID Risk For Diners You can get the latest news, sports and weather on our brand new CBS New York app. Download here .