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Posted on: May 28, 2020

COVID-19 Positive Cases Total

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Positive Cases County Graph and Charts (Dashboard)


Municipality

New Cases 

Case Total 

Deaths


Bass River

0

7



Beverly

1

23



Bordentown City

0

30

4

86 F, 77 F, 90 M, 90 M

Bordentown Township

1

72

5

79 M, 71 M, 79 M, 64 M, 91 F

Burlington City

0

93

1

65 M

Burlington Township

2

419

62

71 M, 80 M, 83 F, 79 M, 75 F, 77 F, 71 M, 46 M, 76 M, 95 M, 83 M, 90 F, 71 F, 91 F, 80 F, 86 F, 95 F, 94 F, 67 F, 60 F, 84 M, 98 F, 73 F, 63 F, 91 F, 96 F, 84 F, 75 F, 83 M, 97 F, 91, F, 97 F, 57 M, 72 F, 76 F, 85 M, 90 F, 89 F, 89 F, 92 F, 86 M, 80 F, 96 F, 77 M, 96 F, 71 M, 89 F, 83 F, 83 M, 86 F, 85 F, 78 F, 94 F, 83 F, 70 F, 90 F, 88 M, 90 F, 89 F, 94 F, 71 M, 72 F

Chesterfield

15

115



Cinnaminson

1

143

13

87 F, 83 F, 71 F, 89 M, 86 M, 86 M, 86 M, 78 M, 85 M, 82 F, 88 M, 82 F, 75 M

Delanco

0

41

3

65 F, 85 F, 85 M

Delran

1

137

2

93 F, 78 M

Eastampton

0

55

1

63 F

Edgewater Park

1

96

1

70 F

Evesham

10

308

30

53 M, 63 F, 94 F, 89 F, 54 F, 92 F, 77 F, 77 M, 85 F, 77 M, 97 F, 71 M, 57 M, 71 F, 96 F, 84 M, 67 F, 74 M, 82 M, 88 F, 95 F, 86 F, 75 F, 96 F, 97 F, 65 M, 85 M, 96 F, 90 F, 93 F

Fieldsboro

0

6

1

63 M

Florence

1

85

5

56 M, 95M, 91 F, 65 M, 93 F

Hainesport

0

35

1

85 F

Lumberton

0

115

16

81 F, 70 F, 88 F, 90 M, 93 F, 89 M, 95 F, 64 M, 105 F, 84 F, 73 M, 73 F, 84 M, 31 M, 93 F, 54 F

Mansfield

0

57

5

83 M, 84 M, 79 M, 88 M, 92 F

Maple Shade

2

300

14

56 M, 65 M, 92 F, 95 M, 90 M, 83 M, 96 F, 78 F, 65 M, 86 M, 71 M, 69 M, 73 F, 56 M

Medford

2

124

4

71 F, 78 M, 90 M, 92 M

Medford Lakes

0

11



Moorestown

5

279

51

73 M, 93 M, 84 F, 87 M, 88 M, 82 M, 86 M, 84 F, 70 M, 81 F, 97 F, 76 M, 86 F, 85 F, 93 F, 89 M, 68 M, 91 M, 97 M, 79 F, 73 F, 77 F, 74 M, 88 M, 83 F, 96 M, 100 M, 84 M, 96 F, 83 M, 95 M, 95 F, 82 F, 91 F, 95 M, 75 F, 94 F, 87 F, 66 M, 97 F, 82 M, 96 F, 79F, 89 F, 88 M, 76 M, 96 F, 79 F, 77 M, 97 F, 75 M

Mount Holly

0

85

1

62 M

Mount Laurel

1

310

20

83 F, 85 M, 80 M, 87 F, 89 F, 93 M, 79 M, 92 F, 62 M, 83 M, 56 M, 72 M, 88 M, 75 M, 83 F, 91 F, 79 M, 92 F, 66 F, 77 M

New Hanover

0

50

1

52 M

North Hanover

0

32



Palmyra

0

46

2

73 M, 91 M

Pemberton Borough

0

5



Pemberton Township

1

372

16

59 M, 63 M, 72 F, 82 F, 65 M, 70 M, 84 F, 89 F, 37 M, 71 F, 88 F, 79 F, 70 M, 84 F, 83 M, 81 F

Riverside

3

88

1

45 M

Riverton

0

8



Shamong

0

20

1

71 M

Southampton

0

61

7

87 F, 47 M, 83 M, 85 F, 87 M, 75 M, 80 F

Springfield

0

14

1

75 M

Tabernacle

1

26

2

77 M, 83 M

Washington

0

1



Westampton

1

98

1

56 F

Willingboro

1

581

23

58 M, 59 F, 78 M, 65 F, 68 F, 77 M, 39 M, 37 M, 71 M, 52 M, 60 F, 66 M, 53 F, 84 F, 86 F, 75 F, 66 F, 47 F, 84 M, 92 M, 89 F, 70 F, 91 M

Woodland

1

245

9

66 M, 73 M, 84 M, 94 M, 67 M, 66 M, 57 F, 73 M, 84 M

Wrightstown

0

7



Other

1

30

1

88 F

TBD

0

43

0


Total

52

4,673

305






Updated 05/31/2020







Please see the updated information sheets below:


The New Jersey Department of Health is now publishing data on cases in long term care facilities and that information can be found at: https://www.nj.gov/health/cd/topics/covid2019_dashboard.shtml.


CONTACT TRACING CLARIFICATION

Burlington County is actively engaged in contact tracing positive COVID-19 cases. The focus is on close contacts, defined as closer than 6 feet for more than 10 minutes, household contacts and those that work in high risk settings such as healthcare workers and long term care facilities. If community exposure has occurred, where a COVID-19 positive person was in close contact with people for an extended period of time, while symptomatic, we will notify the public. Since residents are abiding by the social distancing requirements, we have not run into that issue since our first releases. Reminder: Mass exposure, due to social distancing guidelines, and the cooperation of the public has been minimized. Residents are reminded to remain 6 feet apart while obtaining essential items or services, and stay home unless absolutely necessary.


FOR QUESTIONS REGARDING THE USE OF FACE COVERINGS, PLEASE SEE THE CDC LINK BELOW:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/cloth-face-cover.html


The State has opened a portal for residents to file healthcare facility related complaints. Use the below link:

https://www.state.nj.us/health/healthfacilities/file_complaint.shtml