Variety Of New Camden County Coronavirus Cases Hits Single Digits – Haddon, NJ Patch

20July 2020

CAMDEN COUNTY, NJ– Camden County saw the least number of extra coronavirus cases reported in one day on Sunday considering that the early days of the pandemic. County authorities reported just five new cases in Camden County on Sunday, the lowest number of brand-new cases because March 22.

The very first case was reported on March 13, and there were only 4 cases reported on March 21. The county doesn't report the variety of new cases over the weekend, so it reported 34 brand-new cases on Monday for the weekend. On Saturday, there were 29 brand-new cases.

There were also 14 new coronavirus-related deaths in Camden County that were announced on Monday.

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“Our ideas and prayers are with the victims and their households as we announce 14 extra awful deaths due to COVID-19 in our community,” Camden County Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli Jr. said. “The governor announced throughout his interview previously today that low case figures throughout the state are at least partly due to the state's short-term inability to receive electronic reporting data from a private lab. Even as we show incredible progress in this fight, we have to remain concentrated in order to sustain it. In addition, as other states continue to report record levels of brand-new coronavirus cases, we need to resolve to avoid those break outs from spreading out and taking hold in our region as well. Use a mask, social distance, and consider quarantining when returning from a state where an outbreak is occurring. If we follow these basic guidelines, we will continue to see less and less brand-new cases each day.”

Camden County now has 8,371 cases of the coronavirus with 528 confirmed deaths. According to the Camden County Department of Health, there are 1,330 verified cases among homeowners at the county's long-lasting care centers, with 305 deaths. Another 501 cases were reported amongst team member, with three deaths.

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