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COVID-19 case count in Warren County

WARREN COUNTY, NJ – Here is the latest case count of COVID-19 in Warren County as of 5:25 p.m. on May 20, 2020:

Municipality Confirmed Recovered
Allamuchy Township 24 15
Alpha Borough 15 5
Belvidere 22 15
Blairstown Township 19 7
Franklin Township 15 5
Frelinghuysen Township 84 5
Greenwich Township 55 38
Hackettstown 114 40
Hardwick Township 12 3
Harmony Township 14 6
Hope Township 16 10
Independence Township 27 16
Knowlton Township 10 6
Liberty Township 14 11
Lopatcong Township 266 74
Mansfield Township 113 29
Oxford Township 6 6
Phillipsburg 121 69
Pohatcong Township 20 10
Washington Borough 50 29
Washington Township 39 23
White Township 52 24
TOTAL: 1108 446
(This information is from the Warren County Health Department)

COVID-19 cases of residents in long term care facilities:

  • Franklin Township – 1
  • Frelinghuysen Township – 79
  • Hackettstown – 41
  • Lopatcong Township – 194
  • Mansfield Township – 53
  • Phillipsburg – 5
  • White Township – 31

TOTAL: 404

There are 125 COVID-19-related deaths reported to the WCHD; 101 are associated with long term care facilities, health officials said.

The Warren County Health Department is now investigating and classifying “probable” cases of COVID-19; these cases must fit clinical and epidemiologic criteria (most commonly, un-tested, symptomatic household contacts):

  • Allamuchy Township – 3
  • Alpha Borough – 1
  • Belvidere – 3
  • Blairstown Township – 0
  • Franklin Township – 2
  • Frelinghuysen Township – 0
  • Greenwich Township – 5
  • Hackettstown – 3
  • Hardwick Township – 1
  • Harmony Township – 0
  • Hope Township – 3
  • Independence Township – 7
  • Knowlton Township – 0
  • Liberty Township – 3
  • Lopatcong Township – 5
  • Mansfield Township – 1
  • Oxford Township – 1
  • Phillipsburg – 11
  • Pohatcong Township – 3
  • Washington Borough – 10
  • Washington Township – 7
  • White Township – 1

TOTAL: 70

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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