CAMDEN, NJ– The health department says that because Thursday Camden County has discovered of an extra 567 favorable COVID-19 clients however no brand-new deaths (overall 607).
The surge of new cases in the county has not let up in the midst of a nationwide second wave, according to figures released Friday. Ahead of a more extensive Nov. 30 coronavirus update, officials are welcoming locals to send in concernsthey want to see responded to at next week's interview.
The virtual event will be held at 11 a.m.
To view visit www.camdencounty.com/live/ or search for”Camden County”on Facebook.”It's my hope that through our cumulative sacrifices we have actually avoided a greater surge in cases
brought on by the holiday,”said Freeholder Director Lou Cappelli in a statement. “This weekend we need to continue to keep our guards up and take safety measures to prevent spreading this disease. Although Thanksgiving is over, our fight against COVID-19 is not.”The county's 56 long-term care centers have accounted for the following: 1,697 verified resident cases 775 staff cases 350
resident deaths 3 personnel deaths Gov. Phil Murphy said earlier in the day that New
- Jersey is reporting another 4,100
- of the infection and 19 deaths(total of 326,473 cases,
15,113 lab-confirmed deaths and 1,829 “probable”deaths ).”We are still in the midst of this pandemic. Protect yourself and your family. Mask up. Practice social distancing, “the guv wrote on
Twitter with the latest figures. Across the state's 21 counties, 15 validated a minimum of 100 brand-new cases with Bergen County at the top(535 brand-new favorable cases ). Find TAPinto Camden on Facebook and Twitter. Download the TAPinto mobile app for Android or iOS.