Burlington County updates COVID-19 cases to 157, four deaths

The following is a press release from Burlington County.

Editor’s note: This press release was submitted on Sunday, March 29.

Burlington County released the following updates on March 29 with its case totals, deaths and number of people cleared from quarantine.

In total, the county has 157 cases with seven cleared from quarantine and four deaths.

The following municipalities have zero cases as of deadline: Bass River, Bordentown City, Fieldsboro, North Hanover, Palmyra, Springfield, Washington and Woodland.

Beverly has two cases and two cleared from quarantine.

Bordentown Township has eight cases and one clear from quarantine.

Burlington City has one case.

Burlington Township has 12 cases.

Chesterfield has three cases and one cleared from quarantine.

Cinnaminson has four cases.

Delanco has three cases.

Delran has four cases.

Eastampton has one case.

Edgewater Park has two cases.

Evesham Township has 18 cases and one cleared from quarantine.

Florence has three cases.

Hainesport has two cases.

Lumberton has six cases.

Mansfield has six cases.

Maple Shade has six cases.

Medford Township has two cases.

Medford Lakes has one case.

Moorestown has 10 cases and two cleared from quarantine.

Mt. Holly has four cases.

Mt. Laurel has 21 cases, four deaths.

New Hanover has one case.

Pemberton Borough has one case.

Pemberton Township has 12 cases and two cleared from quarantine.

Riverside has one case.

Riverton has seven cases.

Shamong has two cases.

Southampton has one case.

Tabernacle has two cases.

Washington Township has zero cases.

Westampton has one case.

Willingboro has nine cases.

Wrightstown has one case.

The county releases updates at 4 p.m., every day.