CAMDEN COUNTY, NJ– Camden County revealed simply 17 brand-new cases of the coronavirus countywide on Tuesday, the second least number of cases reported in a single day this month.
The 17 cases reported on Tuesday represented the fewest variety of new cases in one day because Aug. 8, according to a chart published on the county's site. No brand-new deaths were reported throughout the county for the fourth straight day.
“While scientists and disease specialists hunt for efficient treatments and a vaccine, Camden County citizens can stop the spread of COVID-19 by using the tools we already understand work,” Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli Jr. stated. “Wear a mask, even when outdoors if possible, avoid celebrations and big gatherings, deal with our contact tracers when they call, and stay at home if you feel ill. The longer we can keep transmission of this virus down, the fewer lives we'll lose before a vaccine is developed.”
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There have been no deaths reported in Camden County 19 days through 25 days in August. There were no deaths reported on 25 days in August. The last time there were more than 10 deaths reported in Camden County was July 16, when 13 individuals died after checking favorable for the coronavirus.
Since Tuesday, there were 9,620 cases of the coronavirus reported in Camden County with 554 confirmed deaths. According to the Camden County Department of Health, there are 1,357 confirmed cases among locals at the county's long-lasting care facilities, with 314 deaths. Another 553 cases were reported among team member, with 3 deaths.
Trace investigations are underway in all brand-new cases. The following information is presently readily available concerning new patients:
- An Audubon lady in her 30s;
- A Berlin male in his 70s;
- A Camden man in his 30s;
- A juvenile young boy of unspecified age from Camden;
- A Camden female in her 40s;
- A Cherry Hill guy in his 20s;
- A Cherry Hill kid older than 10;
- A Cherry Hill woman in her 60s;
- A juvenile girl of unspecified age from Gloucester Township;
- A Haddonfield female in her 50s;
- A Lawnside man in his 20s;
- A Pennsauken female in her 20s;
- A Runnemede lady in her 30s;
- A Runnemede woman in her 50s;
- A Runnemede female in her 60s;
- A Winslow guy in his 20s; and
- A Woodlynne female in her 40s.