Camden County Reports Fewest New Coronavirus Cases Since March

Anthony Bellano

CAMDEN COUNTY, NJ — For the first time since the end of March, fewer than 30 new cases of the coronavirus were reported in Camden County on Tuesday. In all, 23 new cases were announced in Camden County.

This is the lowest number of cases reported in one day since March 28, when 21 new cases were reported. There are now 7,141 cases of the coronavirus in Camden County, with 349 confirmed deaths.

No deaths were announced on Tuesday. Trace investigations are underway in all new cases. On Tuesday, Gov. Phil Murphy also announced that the stay-at-home order was being lifted for New Jersey. Read more here: Gov. Murphy Lifts Stay-At-Home Order, Allows Bigger Gatherings

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“Although the Governor announced today that the stay-at-home order in New Jersey has been lifted, this pandemic is still a long way from over,” Camden County Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli Jr. said. “While this is welcome news for all of us, the loosening of these restrictions means that the virus will be able to spread rapidly again if we let our guards down. This fight will be ongoing until there is a safe and widely available vaccine and treatment for COVID-19. Until that time, we must continue to keep ourselves separated via social distancing, wear a mask or face cover when in public, and practice good hand hygiene to prevent contracting or spreading coronavirus.”

According to the Department of Health, there are 1,230 confirmed cases among residents at the county’s 56 long-term care facilities with 269 confirmed deaths. There are 447 confirmed cases among staff members, with three confirmed deaths.

The following information is currently available regarding new patients, broken down by town:


  • A woman in her 50s.


  • Two boys older than 10;
  • A woman in her 80s;
  • A man in his 20s;
  • Three men in their 30s;
  • A woman in her 40s; and
  • A man in his 50s.


  • A woman in her 80s; and
  • A woman in her 30s.


  • A man in his 20s.


  • A woman in her 70s; and
  • A man in his 50s.


  • A man in his 20s.


  • A woman in her 60s.


  • A woman in her 60s;
  • A woman in her 70s; and
  • A woman in her 30s.


  • A man in his 70s;
  • A woman in her 70s; and
  • A man in his 80s.

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This article originally appeared on the Gloucester Township Patch