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A breakdown of the COVID-19 cases in Hunterdon County

HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ – Here’s the total breakdown of the 6,889 positive cases and 111 deaths of COVID-19 in Hunterdon County as of March 16.

  • Alexandria Township –175 and 0 deaths
  • Bethlehem Township –219 and 2 deaths
  • Bloomsbury Borough –38 and 0 deaths
  • Califon Borough –40 and 0 deaths
  • Clinton Town –153 and 1 death
  • Clinton Township –817 and 9 deaths
  • Delaware Township –201 and 3 deaths
  • East Amwell Township –192 and 0 deaths
  • Flemington Borough –397 and 3 deaths
  • Franklin Township –142 and 0 deaths
  • Frenchtown Borough –40 and 0 deaths
  • Glen Gardner Borough–78 and 0 deaths
  • Hampton Borough –74 and 0 deaths
  • High Bridge Borough–192 and 3 deaths
  • Holland Township-215 and 3 deaths
  • Kingwood Township –165 and 3 deaths
  • Lambertville City –180 and 3 deaths
  • Lebanon Borough –71 and 2 deaths
  • Lebanon Township –321 and 7 deaths
  • Milford Borough –47 and 3 deaths
  • Raritan Township –1,163 and 26 deaths
  • Readington Township –846 and 8 deaths
  • Stockton Borough –21 and 0 deaths
  • Tewksbury Township –281 and 3 deaths
  • Union Township –661 and 25 deaths
  • West Amwell Township –160 and 5 deaths

Age range is less than 1-years-old to 103-years-old. Case counts for each municipality may show a reduction on certain days, this is due to address corrections or updates from the original case report, health officials said.

There have been 111 COVID-19 related deaths and the ages range from 31-years-old to 102-years-old of age. Case counts for a municipality may show a reduction on certain days, this is due to address
corrections or updates from the original case report, health officials said.

The Hunterdon County Health Department is providing case count numbers by municipality and cannot release any additional personal information to protect case identity and privacy.

The County Health Department performs contact tracing for each positive COVID-19 case. If you have had close contact with an individual who has tested positive, you will be contacted by public health officials.

What is a “close contact?”

A close contact is defined as being within approximately 6 feet (2meters) of a COVID-19 case for a prolonged period of time (approximately 10 minutes or longer); close contact can occur while caring for, living with, visiting, or sharing a health care waiting area or room with a COVID-19 case or having direct contact with infectious secretions of a COVID-19 case (for example, being coughed on).

Jay Edwards

Born and raised in Northwest NJ, Jay has a degree in Communications and has had a life-long interest in local radio and various styles of music. Jay has held numerous jobs over the years such as stunt car driver, bartender, voice-over artist, traffic reporter (award winning), NY Yankee maintenance crewmember and peanut farm worker. His hobbies include mountain climbing, snowmobiling, cooking, performing stand-up comedy and he is an avid squirrel watcher. Jay has been a guest on America’s Morning Headquarters,program on The Weather Channel, and was interviewed by Sam Champion.

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