NUTLEY, NJ - The April 9, 2020 COVID-19 Coronavirus update from the County of Essex sheds a little more light on the impact of the pandemic. 

In addition to the counts of confirmed cases, and fatalities, the report includes two charts showing the demographics of those who have tested positive for coronavirus.

34.8% of the positive cases in the county are people between the ages of 30 and 49, a total of 2012 cases. The second largest group, with 1833 cases, are in the 50 to 64 year age range. They make up 31.7% of confirmed cases. The report was issued at 9 a.m. on Wed. April 9.  

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The County of Essex report states "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." 

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 coronavirus by municipality:

Belleville 383 
Bloomfield 360
Caldwell  51 
Cedar Grove 109 
East Orange 604 
Essex Fells 14
Fairfield 51 
Glen Ridge 26 
Irvington 503 
Livingston 231 
Maplewood 113 
Millburn 82 
Montclair 208 
Newark 2093 
North Caldwell 28 
Nutley 233 
Orange 317 
Roseland 40
South Orange 51 
Verona 50 
West Caldwell 73
West Orange 414 

The 9 a.m. Wed. Apr. 9 report also included the number of deaths in the county"

Belleville 19
Bloomfield 19
Caldwell  3
Cedar Grove 10
East Orange  22
Essex Fells  1
Fairfield 1
Glen Ridge 1
Irvington  27
Livingston 20
Maplewood  3
Millburn 2
Montclair 24
Newark 92
North Caldwell  1
Nutley 13
Orange 16
Roseland 6
South Orange  1
Verona 3
West Caldwell  7
West Orange 21

This past week, NJ Gov. Phil Murphy signed an Executive Order to have all flags across the state flown at half-staff to honor those lost in the pandemic.