2019 Novel Coronavirus Stats From Sussex County Division of Health


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As of 12:00 PM on March 23, 2020 the Sussex County Division of Health (SCDOH) was not notified of any additional cases of COVID-19 among county residents.

As of 12:00 AM on March 24, 2020 the Sussex County Division of Health (SCDOH) was notified of 7 additional cases of COVID-19 among county residents.

As of 12:00 AM on March 25, 2020 the Sussex County Division of Health (SCDOH) was notified of 10 additional cases of COVID-19 among county residents.

As of 12:00 AM on March 26, 2020 the Sussex County Division of Health (SCDOH) was notified of 15 additional cases of COVID-19 among county residents.

As of 12:00 AM on March 27, 2020 the Sussex County Division of Health (SCDOH) was notified of 25 additional cases of COVID-19 among county residents.

Unfortunately, Sussex County Freeholder Director Sylvia Petillo is saddened to announce the first COVID-19 case in the county resulting in the death of the patient. The 68 year old, female Newton resident was admitted to Newton Medical Center on March 25, 2020 and passed away on March 27, 2020. The Sussex County Division of Health (SCDOH) has been working with those individuals who came into contact with the patient. Those identified as close contacts are in their home under self-quarantine and being monitored by the SCDOH staff.

The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Sussex County is at 72, as follows:

AGE GENDER MUNICIPALITY

  1. 53 MALE VERNON TOWNSHIP
  2. 60 MALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  3. 34 FEMALE FRANKFORD TOWNSHIP
  4. 65 FEMALE HARDYSTON TOWNSHIP
  5. 76 FEMALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  6. 52 MALE HAMPTON TOWNSHIP
  7. 82 MALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  8. 25 FEMALE ANDOVER TOWNSHIP
  9. 63 MALE HOPATCONG BOROUGH
  10. 93 FEMALE NEWTON TOWN
  11. 36 MALE BYRAM TOWNSHIP
  12. 78 MALE FRANKFORD TOWNSHIP
  13. 61 MALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  14. 47 MALE HOPATCONG BOROUGH
  15. 47 FEMALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  16. 22 MALE BRANCHVILLE BOROUGH
  17. 46 FEMALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  18. 46 MALE STANHOPE BOROUGH
  19. 72 FEMALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  20. 47 MALE HAMBURG BOROUGH
  21. 55 MALE FRANKFORD TOWNSHIP
  22. 75 MALE HARDYSTON TOWNSHIP
  23. 68 FEMALE NEWTON TOWN
  24. 64 FEMALE VERNON TOWNSHIP
  25. 70 MALE WANTAGE TOWNSHIP
  26. 53 MALE FRANKFORD TOWNSHIP
  27. 35 MALE HARDYSTON TOWNSHIP
  28. 69 FEMALE FRANKFORD TOWNSHIP
  29. 64 FEMALE SANDYSTON TOWNSHIP
  30. 33 FEMALE HAMPTON TOWNSHIP
  31. 48 FEMALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  32. 52 MALE HARDYSTON TOWNSHIP
  33. 31 FEMALE NEWTON TOWN
  34. 59 MALE HOPATCONG BOROUGH
  35. 57 FEMALE LAFAYETTE TOWNSHIP
  36. 41 MALE HOPATCONG BOROUGH
  37. 47 FEMALE HAMBURG BOROUGH
  38. 58 FEMALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  39. 70 MALE NEWTON TOWN
  40. 22 FEMALE FREDON TOWNSHIP
  41. 44 MALE HOPATCONG BOROUGH
  42. 35 FEMALE HARDYSTON TOWNSHIP
  43. 32 FEMALE WANTAGE TOWNSHIP
  44. 62 FEMALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  45. 33 MALE ANDOVER BOROUGH
  46. 59 FEMALE OGDENSBURG BOROUGH
  47. 41 MALE WANTAGE TOWNSHIP
  48. 46 MALE WANTAGE TOWNSHIP
  49. 33 FEMALE VERNON TOWNSHIP
  50. 58 MALE FREDON TOWNSHIP
  51. 55 FEMALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  52. 75 MALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  53. 34 FEMALE WANTAGE TOWNSHIP
  54. 81 MALE VERNON TOWNSHIP
  55. 51 MALE HARDYSTON TOWNSHIP
  56. 19 FEMALE NEWTON TOWN
  57. 50 MALE WANTAGE TOWNSHIP
  58. 46 FEMALE NEWTON TOWN
  59. 53 FEMALE BYRAM TOWNSHIP
  60. 55 FEMALE HOPATCONG BOROUGH
  61. 41 FEMALE BYRAM TOWNSHIP
  62. 58 MALE STANHOPE BOROUGH
  63. 80 MALE GREEN TOWNSHIP
  64. 45 FEMALE BYRAM TOWNSHIP
  65. 63 MALE SPARTA TOWNSHIP
  66. 41 FEMALE FRANKLIN BOROUGH
  67. 81 MALE WANTAGE TOWNSHIP
  68. 48 MALE FRANKLIN BOROUGH
  69. 82 MALE MONTAGUE TOWNSHIP
  70. 55 MALE FRANKLIN BOROUGH
  71. 76 MALE VERNON TOWNSHIP
  72. 46 FEMALE NEWTON TOWN

Names, addresses, medical history and other personal identifying information of these residents will NOT be released or shared with the community.

The Sussex County Division of Health is the lead agency for investigation of confirmed cases of COVID- 19, which includes contact tracing. During case investigation, the SCDOH determines which persons are close contacts, as defined by the New Jersey Department of Health, and makes the appropriate recommendations to those individuals.

If you have questions about COVID-19, please call 2-1-1 or 1-800-962-1253 for information from the New Jersey Department of Health, or text NJCOVID to 898-211.

You can also visit the Sussex County Division of Health COVID- 19 webpage at https://sussex.nj.us/covid19.


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