First COVID-19 update of 2021


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There are now 453 total positive cases of COVID-19 reported from Bordentown Township, with six new cases reported Jan. 1, seven reported on Jan. 2 and four reported on Jan. 3. There are nine total deaths.

There were five new cases of COVID-19 reported on Jan. 1, three reported on Jan. 2 and none reported on Jan. 3 in Bordentown City, bringing the number of total positive cases to 147, with six total deaths.

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Across Burlington County there was an increase of 270 reported Jan. 1, 293 on Jan. 2 and 223 reported Jan. 3, bringing the total to 22,299 positive cases with an updated 597 total deaths through Jan. 3, according to information provided by the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders’ Office of Public Information.


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