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137 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death for Atlantic County, 34 and 1 in Cape
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137 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death for Atlantic County, 34 and 1 in Cape

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Atlantic County officials on Saturday reported 137 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death.

The cases were from 72 females, ages 1 month to 99 years, and 65 males, ages 4 months to 98 years. They were reported from Egg Harbor Township (35), Galloway Township (25), Atlantic City (12), Pleasantville (11), Hammonton (8), Hamilton Township (7), Buena Vista Township (6), Absecon (5), Linwood (5), Northfield (5), Somers Point (4), Mullica Township (3), Ventnor (3), Folsom (2), Brigantine (1), Buena Borough (1), Egg Harbor City (1), Estell Manor (1), Margate (1) and Weymouth Township (1). The death was reported from Longport.

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So far, Atlantic County has reported 12,552 cases with 319 deaths and 5,827 cleared as recovered.

Meanwhile, Cape May County on Saturday announced 34 new coronavirus cases and one new death, that of a 64-year-old Cape May man.

So far, Cape May County has recorded 3,768 COVID-19 cases, at least 3,314 of whom are off quarantine. As many as 123 people have died from the disease.

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