CLARK, NJ - The Clark Health Department released COVID-19 statistics for the month of March on Friday. The numbers provided by the township include cases by age range.  There were a total of 128 reported cases for the month. 

According to the report residents between the age of 35 and 54 represented 42 cases. This is the second month in a row this age group had the highest totals. 20-34 year olds also held their position as the next highest group to contract COVID-19 in the township in March with a total of 32 cases.

On the same day, the Clark Public Schools released their weekly COVID cases.  There was one positive case each in Arthur L. Johnson High School, Carl H. Kumpf Middle School and Frank K. Hehnly School.

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