Camden County: Five More COVID-19-Related Deaths, 125 More Infections Since Weekend – NJ Pen

22September 2020

The county also modified down the number of regional individuals who died from COVID-19-related problems by 27. In total, 552 local people have passed away in the pandemic, and 10,468 have been sickened by the virus.

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(COVID-19), and 125 others have actually been sickened by the infection considering that the weekend, according to reports from the Camden County federal government. In addition, the county health department has revised down its tally of COVID-19-related deaths by 27, having actually gotten rid of” numerous out-of-jurisdiction and possible cases”from prior counts.

That brings the local effect of the pandemic to 10,468 contaminated residents and 552 related deaths.

“The Health Department examines every thought death brought on by COVID-19 for accuracy after it has actually been reported,” the county federal government said in a statement.

“Over the course of these examinations, the department has upgraded unreliable records so that they consist of proper, updated info.

In another written statement, Camden County Freeholder-Director Lou Cappelli stated local infections are on the rise, with the 56 positive samples reported Sunday being the biggest single-day total in the county considering that July.

“No matter what jurisdiction, county, or state, our hearts and prayers are with the approximately 200,000 Americans who have actually lost their lives due to COVID-19,” Cappelli stated.

Throughout New Jersey, 200,580 people have been sickened by COVID-19, and 14,285 have died from causes connected to the virus. In addition to those lab-confirmed deaths, the state likewise acknowledges another 1,791 possible COVID-19-related deaths.

The most recently deceased are:

  • 2 Camden City ladies, one each in her 60s and 90s
  • a Pennsauken woman in her 80s
  • a Voorhees male in his 80s, and female in her 90s

At the Camden County Office of Emergency Management, Cherry Hill Fire Chief Chris Callan manages a shipment of individual protective gear for long-lasting care websites. Credit: Rich Ratner.

LTC cases and deaths

Long-lasting care (LTC) facilities account for practically half of all deaths in the state and one-fifth of those contaminated, and new cases continue to occur there.

Of 10,468 reported local COVID-19 cases, 1,982 (19 percent) have actually come from a Camden County LTC facility: 1,399 are citizens and 583 are staff.

LTCs are thought to be connected with 56 percent, or 319 of the 552 total deaths in Camden County; 316 were residents and 3 were personnel.

Over half the 56 LTCs in Camden County (40) have actually experienced a minimum of one case of COVID-19.

New cases

According to the New Jersey Department of Health COVID-19 control panel, on September 22, Camden County was l lth in the state in new COVID-19 cases, with 17.

The most recent local cases (125) are:

  • an Audubon teenaged kid, and guy in his 30s
  • 2 Bellmawr males, one each in his 20s and 50s
  • a Berlin Borough guy in his 20s
  • 14 Camden City females, 5 in their 20s, three each in their 50s and 60s, one each in her 30s, 40s, and 80s, and 2 teenaged women; and six guys, two each in their 40s and 50s, one each in his 60s and 70s, a young boy, and a teenaged kid
  • eight Cherry Hill women, three in their 20s, 2 each in their 30s and 50s, one in her 80s, and a young girl; four men, one each in his 20s, 50s, 60s, and 90s, and a teenaged kid
  • a Clementon guy in his 50s
  • a Collingswood teenaged girl and teenaged kid
  • 2 Gloucester City guys, one each in his 20s and 50s, a young kid, and a teenaged young boy; 2 women in their 30s, and a teenaged woman
  • 10 Gloucester Township females, 3 each in their 20s and 70s, 2 in their 40s, one each in her 30s and 50s, and two teenaged girls; five males, one each in his 20s, 30s, 50s, 60s, and 70s, and 3 teenaged young boys
  • a Haddon Township male in his 80s
  • 3 Haddonfield teenaged women, a lady in her 20s, and a young kid
  • a Laurel Springs lady in her 30s
  • a Lawnside man in his 50s
  • three Lindenwold women, 2 in their 20s and one in her 50s; and 2 guys, one each in his 40s and 60s
  • a Magnolia woman in her 50s, and guy in his 60s
  • an Oaklyn female in her 40s, and man in his 50s
  • 4 Pennsauken females, two in their 30s, and one each in her 40s, and 70s; and a male in his 50s
  • 2 Runnemede ladies, one each in her 50s and 60s; and a man in his 20s
  • a Somerdale teenaged lady, a woman in her 40s, and a male in his 20s
  • two Stratford males, one each in his 20s and 80s, and a teenaged lady
  • five Voorhees ladies, 2 each in their 20s and 80s, one in her 30s, and two teenaged girls; and 5 men, two in their 50s, one each in his 20s, 30s, and 40s, and a teenaged kid
  • a Waterford man and woman in their 70s
  • three Winslow women, one each in her 40s, 60s, and 70s; and three guys, one each in his 30s, 50s, and 70s

The Camden County and New Jersey Health Department are working to facilitate trace examinations into all cases.

Read our ongoing round-up of COVID-19 protection here.

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