LIVINGSTON, NJ — There has been an increase of 62 COVID-19 cases in Livingston over the last month and four additional deaths contributed to the coronavirus in the same time period, from May 15 to June 15, bringing Livingston’s totals to 495 cases and 67 deaths as of Monday morning, according to county data.
From June 1 to June 15, data indicates an increase of 15 cases and four deaths in Livingston compared to the increase of 42 cases and 12 deaths seen from May 1 to 15.
From April 15 to May 15, there was an increase of 128 cases and 29 deaths compared to the increase of 62 cases and four additional deaths seen in Livingston from May 15 to June 15—indicating a significant reduction in the rate of increase since April.
It should be noted that county data does not typically match other reports since cases are continually entering the system and local health departments may reassign place of residence as appropriate during their investigations.
The county also reiterates that the number of infected individuals in any municipality is likely to be much greater than indicated, as this data only includes persons who have been tested and whose lab results have been reported in the state’s data system.