Seven New COVID-19 Caused Deaths Announced in Camden County

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(Gloucester Township, NJ) – The Camden County Department of Health (DOH) is announcing seven new deaths caused by novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Camden County, as well as 19 additional cases of the disease. This brings the aggregate number of confirmed positive cases to 7,591 in Camden County and 437 total fatalities.

The following information is currently available regarding these most recent deaths in Camden County:


New Patient 1:   MALE,   60s,   Cherry Hill  
New Patient 2:   FEMALE,   90s,   Voorhees  
New Patient 3:   FEMALE,   90s,   Gloucester Township  
New Patient 4:   FEMALE,   90s,   Cherry Hill  
New Patient 5:   MALE,   60s,   Camden City  
New Patient 6:   MALE,   50s,   Lindenwold  
New Patient 7:   FEMALE,   70s,   Pennsauken  


“This is an extremely dangerous disease, and it is still very much with us in our community even as our cases decline. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones of all those we have lost to this insidious virus,” said Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. “Across the state, we are in a much better position than we were just a few short months ago, but that does not mean that this war is over. If we do not vigilantly practice social distancing, mask wearing, and other proactive measures to prevent the spread, we will see an increase in cases. Just like other states that are now seeing spikes of COVID-19 transmission, we could find ourselves moving in the wrong direction if we let our guards down.”

The Department of Health is announcing 19 additional positive cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) identified in Camden County. Trace investigations are being facilitated with the patients and remain ongoing.

In addition, the county Department of Health is also announcing 1,300 confirmed resident cases and 475 staff cases have occurred out of the aggregate case load of 7,591 in our 56 long-term care facilities. At this time, 295 resident deaths have been reported from these facilities, as well as three staff deaths, out of our 437 total fatalities countywide.


The following information is currently available regarding new patients:


New Patient 1:   FEMALE,   10s,   CAMDEN CITY  
New Patient 2:   MALE,   50s,   CAMDEN CITY  
New Patient 3:   MALE,   50s,   CAMDEN CITY  
New Patient 4:   FEMALE,   JUVENILE,   CAMDEN CITY  
New Patient 5:   MALE,   70s,   CAMDEN CITY  
New Patient 6:   MALE,   30s,   CAMDEN CITY  
New Patient 7:   FEMALE,   50s,   CAMDEN CITY  
New Patient 8:   FEMALE,   40s,   CAMDEN CITY  
New Patient 9:   MALE,   20s,   CLEMENTON BOROUGH  
New Patient 10:   FEMALE,   40s,   GLOUCESTER CITY  
New Patient 11:   FEMALE,   80s,   GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP  
New Patient 12:   FEMALE,   60s,   GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP  
New Patient 13:   FEMALE,   40s,   HADDON HEIGHTS BOROUGH  
New Patient 14:   FEMALE,   50s,   LINDENWOLD BOROUGH  
New Patient 15:   FEMALE,   60s,   PENNSAUKEN TOWNSHIP  
New Patient 16:   FEMALE,   30s,   PENNSAUKEN TOWNSHIP  
New Patient 17:   MALE,   50s,   VOORHEES TOWNSHIP  
New Patient 18:   FEMALE,   80s,   VOORHEES TOWNSHIP  
New Patient 19:   FEMALE,   30s,   WINSLOW TOWNSHIP  


The county Health Department is currently working to trace close contacts of these newest cases. The investigations are still ongoing, and we will update the public with new developments as the information is gathered by our investigators.

Residents should call 9-1-1 during emergencies only, for those with questions or concerns related to the coronavirus, call the free, 24-hour public hotline at 2-1-1 or 1-800-962-1253, where trained professionals are standing by to answer your questions. New Jersey residents can now also text NJCOVID to 898-211 to receive text information and stay informed. To receive live text assistance, residents can text their zip code to 898-211.  More information is also available on the state’s coronavirus at

Information regarding Camden County’s preparations, response, and general information provided to the public is available by visiting Residents should frequently check the county webpage and social media for up-to-date information.