WAYNE, NJ – The Wayne Township COVID-19 numbers are posted on the township website.  TAPinto provides a weekly update on the number of Wayne residents affected by the virus.

This report runs from Thursday, July 30 through Wednesday, August 5.

Two new deaths were reported for Wayne:

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  • July 30: One
  • July 31: One
  • Aug 1: Zero
  • Aug 2: Zero
  • Aug 3: Zero
  • Aug 4: Zero
  • Aug 5: Zero
  • One death was reported between July 23 – July 29
  • Five deaths were reported between July 16 – July 22
  • Three deaths were reported between July 9 – July 15
  • Three deaths were reported between July 2 – July 8
  • Three deaths were reported between June 25 – July 1
  • Three deaths were reported between June 18 – June 24
  • Three deaths were reported between June 11 – June 17.
  • Five deaths were reported between June 4 – June 10
    • The total number of deaths now reported on the Wayne Township Website is: 196

There were 20 new positive cases for Wayne:

  • July 30: One
  • July 31: Seven
  • Aug 1: Five
  • Aug 2: Four
  • Aug 3: Zero
  • Aug 4: Three
  • Aug 5: Zero
  • Twenty new cases were reported between July 23 – July 29
  • Twelve new cases were reported between July 16 – July 22
  • Sixteen new cases were reported between July 9 – July 15
  • Seventeen new cases were reported between July 2 – July 8
  • Nine new cases were reported between June 25 – July 1
  • Fifteen new cases were reported between June 18 – June 24
  • Twenty-two new cases were reported between June 11 – June 17.
  • Twenty-six new cases were reported between June 4 – June 10
    • Total number of Wayne residents who have tested positive: 1,515

Positive cases include:

  • Men: 8
  • Women: 12
  • Average Age: 47
  • Age Range: 14 - 91

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Of Note:

The weekly average age for new positive test results for Wayne residents has remained under fifty for some time.  This week, the average age is 47.  Last week it was 49, the week before was 42, and the average over the last seven weeks is 48 years old. Please note that these are rounded numbers.

Starting in July, there has been a bit of a rebound in new positive cases. The following are the seven-day numbers from April on:

Weekly new positives cases.

  • 4/2 - 4/8          284
  • 4/9 - 4/15        147
  • 4/16 - 4/22      140
  • 4/23 - 4/29      122
  • 4/30 - 5/6        145
  • 5/7 - 5/13        152
  • 5/14 - 5/20      121
  • 5/21 - 5/27      50
  • 5/28 - 6/3        27
  • 6/4 - 6/10        26
  • 6/11 - 6/17      22
  • 6/18 - 6/24      15
  • 6/25 - 7/1        9
  • 7/2 - 7/8          17
  • 7/9 - 7/15        16
  • 7/16 - 7/22      12
  • 7/23 - 7/29      20
  • 7/30 - 8/5        20