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November’s COVID-19 tally: 84

The surge in the number cases reported by the Camden County Department of Health for Haddonfield in November reflects the dramatic increases for the county, the state, and the country as a whole. The total for November — 84 (46 males and 38 females) was essentially equal to the numbers for July (18), August (11), September (28), and October (28) added together.

The age group with the highest number of reported cases in November was the 10s — 37 (21 males and 16 females). The public schools reported 30 cases in the 10s in November (27 males and 13 females). Next highest? The 50s — 12 (8 males and 4 females).

As of November 30, the total number of cases reported for Haddonfield stood at 228 (123 males and 105 females). The breakdown by age group is as follows:

  • Unknown age — 7 (Male 6, Female 1)
  • Juvenile (under 10) — 8 (M 5, F 3)
  • 10s — 64 (M 32, F 32)
  • 20 s– 42 (M 20, F 22)
  • 30s — 23 (M 12, F 11)
  • 40s — 25 (M 13, F 12)
  • 50 — 35 (M 25, F 10)
  • 60s — 8 (M 3, F 5)
  • 70s — 8 (M 7, F 1)
  • 80s — 7 (M 1, F 6)
  • 90s — 1 (F)

The Camden County Department of Health has reported the deaths of five Haddonfield residents due to COVID-19:

  • 40s — 1 (F)
  • 70s — 2 (M 1, F 1)
  • 80s — 1 (F)
  • 90s — 1 (F)

As of November 30, the infection rate among Haddonfield residents was 19.67 per 1,000. For comparison, the rates for Camden County and New Jersey both stood at 38.37 on November 30. The transmission rate for New Jersey was 1.11.

For Camden County as of November 30 — 19,708 cases and 607 deaths.

For New Jersey — 337,304 cases and 15,164 deaths.

United States — 13,536,216 cases and 267,987 deaths.

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