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Pandemic COVID-19

One new COVID-19 death; total now 15

The addition on Friday of a female in her 80s to the list of Haddonfield residents who have succumbed to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, brings Haddonfield’s death toll to 15.

To date, 587 local cases have been reported by the Camden County Department of Health, an increase of four from yesterday.

The addition of six public school cases on Thursday brings the district tally to 173.

COVID-19 has hit 1 in 20 locally

With the addition of two males and two females to the list of Haddonfield residents who have been confirmed positive for the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, the local tally hit 579 today. That’s 49.94 individuals for every 1,000 of population (based on the 2010 Census) — or 1 in 20 residents.

A total of 14 Haddonfield residents have succumbed.

The Public Schools have reported 166 cases.

April COVID-19 tally: 16 cases, 1 fatality

For the first six days of April, the Camden County Department of Health has reported 16 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Haddonfield, and one fatality, that of a female in her 80s.

These additions bring the local tally to 558 cases and 14 deaths. One in 21 Haddonfield residents have been confirmed as having contracted COVID-19 since March 2020.

The public schools have reported one new case in April: A female juvenile student at Central School.

COVID-19 has struck 1 in 22 residents

The addition today by the Camden County Department of Health of two confirmed COVID-19 cases in Haddonfield — a male in his 20s and a female in her 60s — brought the total number of cases locally to 527. Based on a population of 11,593 (2010 Census), that represents one case for every 22 residents. The Department has reported 13 fatalities among Haddonfield residents.

Tomorrow — March 20, 2021 — marks the one-year anniversaryof the first reported COVID-19 case for a Haddonfield resident, and also of the signing of Gov. Murphy’s stay-at-home order.

COVID-19 cases in schools top 150 mark

The listing on March 9 of one new confirmed case of COVID-19, in a male juvenile from Central School, took the tally of cases in the public schools to 150. The addition of two others on March 14 set the current total at 152 — 65 males and 87 females.

Of the total, 116 are students and 36 are staff.

The breakdown by ages is as follows

  • Juvenile — 29 (M 11, F 18)
  • 10s — 87 (M 50, F 37)
  • 20s — 10 (F 10)
  • 30s — 8 (M 1, F 7)
  • 40s — 9 (M 1, F 8)
  • 50s – 7 (M 1, F 6)
  • 60s – 2 (M 1, F 1)

The breakdown by school is as follows:

  • District – 2 (M 1, F 1)
  • Central – 19 (M 9, F 10)
  • Haddon — 23 (M 4, F 19)  
  • Tatem – 10 (M 5, F 5)
  • Middle — 40 (M 18, F 22)
  • High — 56 (M 27, F 29)

Active cases:

  • Central — 2 students
  • Haddon — 1 student, 1 staff
  • Middle — 2 students

COVID-19: Local tally hits 500

The addition today of a male juvenile and a male in his 40s to the list of Haddonfield residents confirmed to have contracted the novel coronavirus brought the local total to 500 persons. That number represents 43.13 residents per 1,000 of population (2010 Census), or 1 in every 24.

The Camden County Department of Health has attributed the deaths of 11 Haddonfield residents to COVID-19.

To date, 145 cases have been reported by the school district: 111 children and 34 adults.

Male resident succumbs to COVID-19

The Camden County Department of Health reported today that the death of a Haddonfield resident — a male in his 50s — has been attributed to the novel coronavirus. This brings to 11 the total number of local residents who have died of COVID-19.

The health department also added two residents to the list of those who have tested positive: a female in her 10s and a male in his 20s. The total number of cases for Haddonfield now stands at 485 — about 1 in 24 residents.

The Haddonfield death was one of 15 county-wide that the health department reported today. In commenting, County Commissioner Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. said:

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families as we mourn the passing of 15 additional members of our community due to COVID-19. Even with cases falling, we must continue to take preventative measures to protect the most vulnerable members of our community. In the coming months, we may begin to see life return to something resembling normal with the continued rollout of vaccinations. Until then, please continue to wear a mask, social distance, and work with our contact tracers when they call.”

One new COVID-19 death; tally now 10

The Camden County Department of Health reported today that the death of a male in his 90s, a resident of Haddonfield, has been attributed to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. This brings the number of Haddonfield COVID-19 fatalities to 10.

The Haddonfield School District added two cases today, a female juvenile student at Tatem School and a male student in his 10s at the Middle School. The total number of cases reported by the district now stands at135: 58 males and 77 females; 107 children and 28 adults.

COVID-19 has hit 1 in 25 residents

With the addition today of a female juvenile and a male in his 40s, the number of COVID-19 cases reported by the Camden County Department of Health for Haddonfield residents rose to 464. That represents 1 case for every 25 residents, based on the 2010 Census population count of 11,593.

For comparison, the rates for both Camden County and New Jersey are 1 case for every 14 residents.

Camden County’s total number of reported cases as of today was 36,607, with 938 deaths. Across New Jersey, 626,645 cases and 19,384 deaths.

The Haddonfield School District has reported a total of 131 cases: 103 children and 28 adults.

COVID-19: New death brings local total to nine

The Camden County Department of Health today reported the death of a Haddonfield female in her 80s, and attributed the cause of death to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.

This is the third local death in a week. The Department of Health reported the death of a Haddonfield male in his 90s on January 22 and that of a female in her 90s on January 20.

The Department also reported two new COVID-19 cases today: a male in his 10s and a female in her 50s. Haddonfield’s tally now stands at 454 — about one in every 25 residents.

The Haddonfield School District has reported a total of 124 COVID-19 cases in the schools — 54 males and 70 females. Of that total, 98 are students and 26 are staff.