The most recent local victim of the virus is an 80-year-old Voorhees woman. She is the 97th Camden County resident to have perished from complications related to COVID-19.
By Matt Skoufalos | April 24, 2020
Another 121 Camden County residents have tested positive for novel coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the local case total to 2,432 people, the Camden County government reported Thursday.
Sadly, another resident has perished from complications related to the virus; a Voorhees woman in her 80s.
She is the 97th local person to die in the pandemic.
Of the 2,432 local cases, 408 have originated in one of 56 long-term care facilities in Camden County, as have 70 deaths.
Camden County Freeholder-Director Lou Cappelli urged residents to “continue to be diligent and stay home [so that] we will be able to return to the new normal much sooner.”
The newest cases are:
- a Bellmawr man in his 60s
- a Berlin woman in her 80s
- 19 Camden City women, seven in their 40s, five in their 20s, four in their 50s, one each in their 30s and 70s, and a teenaged girl; and 17 men, five in their 50s, four in their 40s, three in their 60s, two each in their 30s and 70s, and a boy
- 13 Cherry Hill women, seven in their 80s, two each in their 20s and 70s, and one each in their 30s and 60s; and nine men, four in their 60s, three in their 30s, and one each in his 40s and 80s
- a Collingswood woman in her 40s
- six Gloucester Township women, tree in their 30s, and one each in her 20s, 50s, and 80s; and three men, one each in their 20s, 40s, and 50s
- a Laurel Springs man in his 80s
- a Lawnside woman in her 30s and man in his 20s
- six Lindenwold women, two each in their 20s and 30s, and one each in her 50s and 60s; and three men, one each in his 20s, 30s, and 40s
- a Magnolia man in his 30s
- an Oaklyn man in his 40s
- five Pennsauken women, one each in her 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and 70s; and four men, two in their 50s and one each in his 20s and 30s
- a Pine Hill woman in her 50s
- a Stratford man in his 40s
- six Voorhees men, three in their 80s, and one each in his 30s, 50s, and 60s; and three women, two in their 80s and one in her 40s
- two Waterford Township women, one each in her 40s and 60s; and a man in his 60s
- seven Winslow Township men, five in their 60s and one each in her 30s and 50s; and three women, two in their 50s and one in her 30s
- two Woodlynne men in their 30s and 40s and a woman in her 60s
The Camden County and New Jersey Health Departments are working to facilitate trace investigations into all cases.
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