CAMDEN, NJ — Three Cherry Hill woman, between their 70s and 100s, have died due to COVID-19 complications, health officials announced Wednesday. 

Camden County also announced 51 more cases, bringing the area's totals to 7,192 cases and  352 deaths. 

“Growth in our total cases continues to decrease thanks to exhaustive social distancing and a commitment to the health of others by our residents," said Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli. "We are continuing to caution that other states are seeing renewed growth and that even as more of our state reopens, this virus is still very much among us."

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This Saturday, the county will continue to host its weekly food drives for those impacted by the pandemic — ready to feed more than 600 families. 

The event will be held at Noon at Camden County College's Blackwood Campus (200 College Drive).

Attendees can access the food drive both on-foot and by car. Officials say you must wear a face mask and practice social distancing.

Below is the Wednesdays' coronavirus case breakdown per municipality:

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