Coronavirus Update: 41 New Cases, 2 Deaths as Camden County Total Cases Hits 202


Three county residents have succumbed to complications from the virus since the beginning of the month: a Barrington woman, a Gloucester Township man, and a Pine Hill woman.

By Matt Skoufalos | March 30, 2020

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Camden County reported 41 new cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) Monday, and two additional fatalities: a Gloucester Township man and a Pine Hill woman, both in their 60s.

The local total of COVID-19 cases hit 202, and three deaths, including a Barrington woman in her 80s, who was the first death related to complications from the virus in Camden County.


The new cases are:

  • an Audubon woman in her 40s
  • a Bellmawr man in his 40s
  • a Brooklawn woman in her 20s
  • three Camden women, one in her 50s and two in their 60s
  • two Cherry Hill men, both in their 50s
  • seven Cherry Hill women; one in her 40s, three in their 50s, one in her 60s, and two in their 70s
  • a Collingswood man in his 60s
  • a Gloucester Township boy in his teens, and two Gloucester Township men, one in his 20s and one in his 40s
  • two Gloucester Township women, one in her 50s and one in her 60s
  • a Haddon Township woman in her 40s
  • a Lawnside woman in her 50s
  • a Magnolia man in his 30s
  • an Oaklyn man in his 40s
  • three Pennsauken men, two in their 20s and one in his 80s
  • two Pennsauken women, both in their 70s
  • a Pine Hill man in his 50s
  • two Voorhees men, one in his 20s and one in his 40s
  • a Waterford Township woman in her 40s
  • six Winslow Township women, two in their 30s, three in their 40s, one in her 60s
  • a Woodlynne man in his 40s


According to a statement from the Camden County government, about 16 percent of local COVID-19 patients have been hospitalized by the virus. Trace investigations into all cases remain ongoing, the county said.

Earlier today, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy urged residents to continue adhering to social distancing and to stay at home. Doing so can buy the health system that cares for COVID-19 patients critical days as the number of cases surges.

Read our ongoing round-up of COVID-19 coverage here.

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