(Toms River) – The Ocean County Health Department (OCHD) reports there are now a total of 1,256 confirmed cases being reported as of 2:00pm Wednesday, April 1, 2020 between the Ocean County and Long Beach Island Health Departments.
The county had reported 1,108 cases total on Tuesday.
Lakewood has the highest case count of any town in the county, with 450 cases as of Wednesday, up from 438 on Tuesday.
The town-by-town breakdown is as follows:
|Town Name||Number of Cases|
|Little Egg Harbor||9|
|Long Beach Township||5|
|Ocean Twp. (Waretown)||4|
|Point Pleasant Beach||4|
|Point Pleasant Borough||36|
|South Toms River||16|
Effective as of March 28, 2020, the data represented below identifies the municipality or mailing address which was self-reported by the resident at the time of testing. It may not necessarily represent the municipality of residence.
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
4,099 Positive Test Result(s)
2,617 Positive Test Result(s)
2,270 Positive Test Result(s)
2,010 Positive Test Result(s)
1,766 Positive Test Result(s)
1,750 Positive Test Result(s)
1,458 Positive Test Result(s)
1,371 Positive Test Result(s)
1,082 Positive Test Result(s)
549 Positive Test Result(s)
386 Positive Test Result(s)
343 Positive Test Result(s)
294 Positive Test Result(s)
179 Positive Test Result(s)
169 Positive Test Result(s)
130 Positive Test Result(s)
116 Positive Test Result(s)
50 Positive Test Result(s)
Cape May County:
34 Positive Test Result(s)
31 Positive Test Result(s)
20 Positive Test Result(s)
Staff from the Ocean County Health Department will continue to work through the evening to
address this rapidly changing and evolving situation. The OCHD is also providing a COVID-19
Information Call Line for residents and clinicians to answer questions regarding the coronavirus.
The number is 732-341-9700 ext. 7411.
You can also call the NJDOH hotline available around the clock for questions at 1-800-222-1222
or by dialing 2-1-1.
Additional information can be found at:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at
or New Jersey Department of Health website at: