CAMDEN, NJ — Camden County reported 23 new coronavirus cases and no deaths Tuesday, low figures that come on the heels of Gov. Phil Murphy announcing he would lift statewide Stay at Home orders.

It is the lowest case total reported by the county since the end of March. 

“While this is welcome news for all of us, the loosening of these restrictions means that the virus will be able to spread rapidly again if we let our guards down," said Freeholder Director Lou Cappelli. "This fight will be ongoing until there is a safe and widely available vaccine and treatment for COVID-19."

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The county now has 7,141 cases and 349 deaths. 

Officials also reported 1,230 known resident cases and 447 staff cases at long-term care facilities, as well as 269 deaths. 

Below is a breakdown of the additional cases announced today:

New Patient 1:

 

FEMALE,

 

50s,

 

BROOKLAWN BOROUGH

 

New Patient 2:

 

MALE,

 

10s,

 

CAMDEN CITY

 

New Patient 3:

 

FEMALE,

 

80s,

 

CAMDEN CITY

 

New Patient 4:

 

MALE,

 

20s,

 

CAMDEN CITY

 

New Patient 5:

 

MALE,

 

10s,

 

CAMDEN CITY

 

New Patient 6:

 

MALE,

 

30s,

 

CAMDEN CITY

 

New Patient 7:

 

FEMALE,

 

40s,

 

CAMDEN CITY

 

New Patient 8:

 

MALE,

 

30s,

 

CAMDEN CITY

 

New Patient 9:

 

MALE,

 

30s,

 

CAMDEN CITY

 

New Patient 10:

 

MALE,

 

50s,

 

CAMDEN CITY

 

New Patient 11:

 

FEMALE,

 

80s,

 

CHERRY HILL TOWNSHIP

 

New Patient 12:

 

FEMALE,

 

30s,

 

CHERRY HILL TOWNSHIP

 

New Patient 13:

 

MALE,

 

20s,

 

CHESILHURST BOROUGH

 

New Patient 14:

 

FEMALE,

 

70s,

 

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP

 

New Patient 15:

 

MALE,

 

50s,

 

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP

 

New Patient 16:

 

MALE,

 

20s,

 

HADDONFIELD BOROUGH

 

New Patient 17:

 

FEMALE,

 

60s,

 

LINDENWOLD BOROUGH

 

New Patient 18:

 

FEMALE,

 

60s,

 

PENNSAUKEN TOWNSHIP

 

New Patient 19:

 

FEMALE,

 

70s,

 

PENNSAUKEN TOWNSHIP

 

New Patient 20:

 

FEMALE,

 

30s,

 

PENNSAUKEN TOWNSHIP

 

New Patient 21:

 

MALE,

 

70s,

 

VOORHEES TOWNSHIP

 

New Patient 22:

 

FEMALE,

 

70s,

 

VOORHEES TOWNSHIP

 

New Patient 23:

 

MALE,

 

80s,

 

VOORHEES TOWNSHIP

 

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