The City of Hoboken reports that there are 278 confirmed COVID-19 cases, 15 fatalities, and 99 recoveries, with the 31 to 40 age group still being the demographic with the most amount of patients.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
“We unfortunately lost two additional seniors [Friday] to COVID-19, as a male in his mid 60s and a female in her late 70s. I keep them and all 15 community members we lost in my thoughts and prayers,” Mayor Ravi Bhalla said in a statement.
“We also had another nine confirmed cases of COVID-19 today, with an overall total of 278 cases. I appreciate the continued work of the Hoboken Health Department for their continued outreach to all those who were in close contact with those in order to self-quarantine.”
While the amount of cases per age group was not released, the mayor said the 31 to 40 age group still has the most coronavirus patients, with two cases in children below 16 years old.
Furthermore, the most COVID-19 fatalities have occurred in the 61 to 75 age group, a total of seven, followed by six in the 76 to 115 age bracket.
Two other coronavirus-related deaths were in patients ages 51 to 60.
Yesterday, the New Jersey Department of Health said that there are 6,411 COVID-19 cases in Hudson County, along with 163 deaths – both the third most in the state by county.
Other tallies released per municipality as of 9 a.m. are as follows:
Jersey City – 2,284, North Bergen – 943, Union City – 922, West New York – 593, Kearny – 321, Bayonne – 370, Secaucus – 214, Weehawken – 127, Harrison – 130, Guttenberg – 89, East Newark – 20