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Woodbridge positive COVID-19 cases rise to 70 after report of four new cases

WOODBRIDGE – Woodbridge officials announced four new positive COVID-19 cases, which brings the total number of cases to 70, according to Mayor John E. McCormac in his daily report.

The mayor on March 29 noted there still has been “no noticeable trends to report.”

“That is our lowest number in a while and we are still well behind the statewide percentages, but that could changed overnight,” he said. “Still, it is better to be below than above. And we really need to keep those 70 people in our thoughts and prayers for a full recovery.”

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