Gloucester County Reports 30 New COVID-19 Cases on Wednesday; 150 Cases Total

The Gloucester County Department of Health and Human Services and Office of Emergency Management have announced 30 more positive COVID-19 cases in Gloucester County.

As of Wednesday morning, April 1, 2020, Gloucester County has conducted 1,028 tests. Of those tests 855 are negatives, 150 are positives and 23 are still pending.

Case # DATE SEX AGE Town/Municipality
150 4/1/2020 Female 63 Pitman
149 4/1/2020 Female 51 Woolwich
148 4/1/2020 Female 40 East Greenwich
147 4/1/2020 Female 76 East Greenwich
146 4/1/2020 Female 21 Woolwich
145 4/1/2020 Male 16 Woolwich
144 4/1/2020 Male 27 Woolwich
143 4/1/2020 Male 41 Washington Twp.
142 4/1/2020 Male 65 Washington Twp.
141 4/1/2020 Male 29 Washington Twp.
140 4/1/2020 Female 36 Deptford
139 4/1/2020 Female 26 Washington Twp.
138 4/1/2020 Female 49 West Deptford
137 4/1/2020 Male 54 Greenwich Twp.
136 4/1/2020 Female 42 Woolwich
135 4/1/2020 Female 35 Deptford
134 4/1/2020 Female 27 Monroe Twp.
133 4/1/2020 Female 34 Glassboro
132 4/1/2020 Male 74 Franklin Twp.
131 4/1/2020 Male 39 Franklin Twp.
130 4/1/2020 Female 45 Harrison Twp.
129 4/1/2020 Female 38 Harrison Twp.
128 4/1/2020 Male 73 East Greenwich
127 4/1/2020 Female 50 Mantua
126 4/1/2020 Male 24 Washington Twp.
125 4/1/2020 Male 29 Westville
124 4/1/2020 Male 64 Westville
123 4/1/2020 Male 79 Monroe Twp.
122 4/1/2020 Male 50 Woolwich
121 4/1/2020 Female 84 Harrison Twp.
120 3/31/2020 Female 80 Deptford
119 3/31/2020 Female 67 Westville
118 3/31/2020 Male 56 West Deptford
117 3/31/2020 Female 30 Harrison Twp.
116 3/31/2020 Male 82 Deptford
115 3/31/2020 Male 44 Monroe Twp.
114 3/31/2020 Female 73 Washington Twp.
113 3/31/2020 Male 50 Washington Twp.
112 3/31/2020 Male 31 Washington Twp.
111 3/31/2020 Male 41 Washington Twp.
110 3/31/2020 Male 41 Washington Twp.
109 3/31/2020 Female 32 Washington Twp.
108 3/31/2020 Male 51 Washington Twp.
107 3/31/2020 Male 45 Washington Twp.
106 3/31/2020 Female 65 Glassboro
105 3/31/2020 Male 32 Woolwich
104 3/31/2020 Female 79 Woodbury
103 3/31/2020 Female 61 West Deptford
102 3/31/2020 Male unknown Deptford
101 3/31/2020 Male 52 Woolwich
100 3/31/2020 Male 45 Monroe Twp.
99 3/31/2020 Female 73 Woodbury
98 3/31/2020 Male 68 Washington Twp.
97 3/31/2020 Male 56 Glassboro
96 3/31/2020 Male 68 Paulsboro
95 3/31/2020 Male 50 Glassboro
94 3/31/2020 Male 90 Woodbury
93 3/31/2020 Female 44 Deptford
92 3/31/2020 Male 51 Mantua
91 3/31/2020 Female 30 Pitman
90 3/31/2020 Male 47 Logan Twp.
89 3/30/2020 Female 56 Washington Twp.
88 3/30/2020 Female 50 Monroe Twp.
87 3/30/2020 Male 35 Mantua
86 3/30/2020 Male 76 Washington Twp.
85 3/30/2020 Male 55 Mantua
84 3/30/2020 Female 78 Woodbury Heights
83 3/30/2020 Female 45 Deptford
82 3/30/2020 Male 40 Paulsboro
81 3/30/2020 Female 68 Monroe Twp.
80 3/30/2020 Female 46 Greenwich Twp.
79 3/30/2020 Female 56 Mantua
78 3/30/2020 Female 33 Washington Twp.
77 3/30/2020 Male 34 Mantua
76 3/30/2020 Male 39 Monroe Twp.
75 3/30/2020 Male 23 Washington Twp.
74 3/30/2020 Female 75 West Deptford
73 3/30/2020 Male 61 Logan Twp.
72 3/29/2020 Male 48 Mantua
71 3/29/2020 Female 40 Pitman
70 3/29/2020 Female 46 Deptford
69 3/29/2020 Female 48 Glassboro
68 3/29/2020 Male 21 East Greenwich
67 3/29/2020 Female 72 Monroe Twp.
66 3/29/2020 Female 24 Deptford
65 3/29/2020 Male 25 Clayton
64 3/29/2020 Female 61 Washington Twp.
63 3/29/2020 Female 65 Woodbury Heights
62 3/29/2020 Male 52 Glassboro
61 3/29/2020 Female 48 Glassboro
60 3/29/2020 Female 44 Franklin Twp.
59 3/29/2020 Female 35 Monroe Twp.
58 3/29/2020 Female 37 West Deptford
57 3/29/2020 Male 54 Deptford
56 3/28/2020 Female 34 Logan Twp.
55 3/28/2020 Male 52 East Greenwich
54 3/28/2020 Male 21 Glassboro
53 3/28/2020 Female 20 Washington Twp.
52 3/28/2020 Female 36 Woodbury Heights
51 3/28/2020 Male 28 Deptford
50 3/28/2020 Female 50 Deptford
49 3/28/2020 Female 28 Woodbury
48 3/28/2020 Female 26 Deptford
47 3/28/2020 Female 47 Greenwich Twp.
46 3/28/2020 Female 76 Franklin Twp.
45 3/28/2020 Male 12 Monroe Twp.
44 3/28/2020 Male 64 Deptford
43 3/28/2020 Male 45 Clayton
42 3/27/2020 Male 76 Washington Twp.
41 3/27/2020 Male 27 Monroe Twp.
40 3/27/2020 Female 40 Washington Twp.
39 3/27/2020 Female 51 West Deptford
38 3/27/2020 Male 54 Monroe Twp.
37 3/27/2020 Female 55 Logan Twp.
36 3/27/2020 Female 71 Westville
35 3/27/2020 Male 46 Woodbury
34 3/27/2020 Female 62 Franklin Twp.
33 3/26/2020 Female 86 Woolwich
32 3/26/2020 Female 22 Glassboro
31 3/26/2020 Male 27 Deptford
30 3/26/2020 Female 85 Deptford
29 3/26/2020 Female 20 Woodbury
28 3/26/2020 Female 59 Woolwich
27 3/26/2020 Male 44 Woolwich
26 3/25/2020 Male 56 Monroe Twp.
25 3/25/2020 Female 77 Washington Twp.
24 3/25/2020 Female 82 West Deptford
23 3/25/2020 Male 52 Washington Twp.
22 3/25/2020 Male 40 Washington Twp.
21 3/25/2020 Male 61 Deptford
20 3/25/2020 Female 44 Washington Twp.
19 3/24/2020 Female 66 Woolwich
18 3/24/2020 Male 21 Glassboro
17 3/24/2020 Male 27 Woolwich
16 3/24/2020 Female 72 Washington Twp.
15 3/24/2020 Male 49 Harrison Twp.
14 3/24/2020 Female 46 West Deptford
13 3/23/2020 Female 47 Woolwich
12 3/23/2020 Female 18 East Greenwich
11 3/23/2020 Female 55 Washington Twp.
10 3/23/2020 Male 60 Glassboro 9 3/23/2020 Male 59 Wenonah 8 3/22/2020 Female 52 Harrison Twp. 7 3/22/2020 Female 56 Washington Twp.
6 3/21/2020 Male 34 Washington Twp.
5 3/20/2020 Male 59 Logan Twp.
4 3/20/2020 Male 30 Glassboro
3 3/19/2020 Female 42 Harrison Twp.
2 3/17/2020 Male 59 Glassboro
1 3/17/2020 Female 57 Glassboro

At this time, the overall threat of COVID-19 to Gloucester County residents remains low. Gloucester County is expecting cases to rise.

Social distancing is critical in flattening the curve and reducing cases. A mask should only be worn if a
healthcare professional recommends it. Most people with mild symptoms do not need to be tested. It is
important to stay home and isolate from others while sick.

The statewide COVID-19 count is 25,590 cases and 537 fatalities,as of Thusday April 2nd, an increase of 3,489 cases and 182 deaths since Wednesday.

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

4,866 Positives Pending Further Information

4 Deaths Pending Further Information

Bergen County:

4,099 Positive Test Result(s)

120 Deaths

Essex County:

2,617 Positive Test Result(s)

99 Deaths

Hudson County:

2,270 Positive Test Result(s)

44 Deaths

Union County:

2,010 Positive Test Result(s)

34 Deaths

Middlesex County:

1,766 Positive Test Result(s)

48 Deaths

Passaic County:

1,750 Positive Test Result(s)

22 Deaths

Monmouth County:

1,458 Positive Test Result(s)

38 Deaths

Ocean County:

1,371 Positive Test Result(s)

38 Deaths

Morris County:

1,082 Positive Test Result(s)

40 Deaths

Somerset County:

549 Positive Test Result(s)

17 Deaths

Mercer County:

386 Positive Test Result(s)

4 Deaths

Camden County:

343 Positive Test Result(s)

6 Deaths

Burlington County:

294 Positive Test Result(s)

8 Deaths

Sussex County:

179 Positive Test Result(s)

7 Deaths

Gloucester County:

169 Positive Test Result(s)

2 Deaths

Hunterdon County:

130 Positive Test Result(s)

0 Deaths

Warren County:

116 Positive Test Result(s)

3 Deaths

Atlantic County:

50 Positive Test Result(s)

1 Deaths

Cape May County:

34 Positive Test Result(s)

0 Deaths

Cumberland County:

31 Positive Test Result(s)

1 Deaths

Salem County:

20 Positive Test Result(s)

1 Deaths

Resources:
Have general questions about COVID-19?
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public on COVID-19:
Call: 2-1-1
Call (24/7): 1-800-962-1253
Text: NJCOVID to 898-211. To receive live text assistance, text your zip code to 898-211.

Visit http://covid19.nj.gov/ or nj.gov/health for additional information

Continue to check the CDC website at www.cdc.gov and the New Jersey Department of Health website
at www.nj.gov/health for updated information regarding COVID-19.

*Please note that the call center is not able to diagnose or give medical recommendations. Healthcare
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