As of Friday, June 19, the Camden County Department of Health had identified 56 Haddonfield residents who have tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus. The earliest case was that of a male in his 40s, on March 20; the most recent, a female in her 60s, on June 18.
To date, 6 residents have succumbed to the virus. Males: one in 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s. Female: two in 80s, 2 in 90s.
The breakdown of cases by sex and age is as follows:
- 20s — 4 male, 4 female
- 30s — 3 male, 4 female
- 40s — 7 male, 5 female
- 50s — 8 male, 1 female
- 60s — 2 male, 3 female
- 70s — 2 male
- 80s — 3 female
- 90s — 2 female
- Unknown age — 6 male, 1 female
- Unknown sex– 1
The confirmed cases rate for Haddonfield is 4.83 per 1,000 of population. (For comparison: Camden County = 13.67; New Jersey = 18.97). Haddonfield ranks 32nd of the 37 municipalities in the county. Hi-Nella 4.60, Gibbsboro 4.40, and Haddon Heights 3.61 have lower per capita numbers than Haddonfield. Pine Valley and Tavistock have 0 cases.)
[The statistics above are updated on Haddonfield[dot]Today each week day, under the COVID-19 header.]