BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Bridgewater Township has confirmed zero new cases of COVID-19, as of Tuesday morning, keeping the total at 470.

Of those, 57.1 percent are confirmed to be female and 42.6 percent are confirmed to be male.

The township is also reporting 63 fatalities from COVID, all between the ages of 40 and 105. Of those, two were under the age of 2; five were between the ages of 51 and 65; 15 were between the ages of 66 and 80; and 41 were over the age of 81.

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Raritan Borough is not reporting any new cases as of Tuesday morning, keeping the total at 115.

Mayor Zachary Bray has announced that there are now 12 fatalities in Raritan Borough, with the most recent three individuals being 97, 51 and 74 years old.

"While the weather has allowed more socialization and activity, and the economy is opening up, consider this a stark reminder of how very real this virus us," he said in a post on Facebook. "As long as we continue to practice social distancing measures and use proper hygiene, we will make it through. Don't let your guard down just yet."

Somerset County as a whole is reporting 4,195 total cases and 438 fatalities.