Bordentown Township sees slight increase in positive COVID-19 cases


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There are still 38 total positive cases of COVID-19 reported from Bordentown City since March, with no new cases reported over the weekend.

There are six total deaths: females age 86, 77 and 83; and males age 90, 90 and 82.

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There are now 119 positive cases reported from Bordentown Township in the same timeframe, with two cases reported on Oct. 3, none on Oct. 4, and one each on Oct. 5 and 6.

There are five total deaths: males age 79, 71, 79 and 64; and a 91-year-old female.

Across Burlington County there were 110 new cases reported Oct. 3-6, bringing the total to 7,817 positive cases with 477total deaths through Oct. 6, according to information provided by the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders’ Office of Public Information.


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