Total COVID-19 cases for Gloucester County surpasses 3,000

As of Thursday, July 30, Gloucester County has conducted 32,499 total tests. Of these cases, 29,452 have come back negative.

Today, Gloucester County has an additional 15 cases to report. Of those cases:

The 3033rd case is a 92-year-old female from Deptford.

The 3034th case is a 23-year-old female from Mantua.

The 3035th case is a 4-year-old female from Monroe Twp.

The 3036th case is an 11-year-old female from Woolwich.

The 3037th case is a 22-year-old female from Mantua.

The 3038th case is a 25-year-old female from Glassboro.

The 3039th case is a 52-year-old female from Washington Twp.

The 3040th case is a 20-year-old female from Mantua.

The 3041st case is a 65-year-old male from Washington Twp.

The 3042nd case is a 31-year-old female from Deptford.

The 3043rd case is a 36-year-old male from Clayton.

The 3044th case is a 17-year-old female from Monroe Twp.

The 3045th case is a 19-year-old female from West Deptford.

The 3046th case is a 36-year-old male from Monroe Twp.

The 3047th case is a 46-year-old female from Monroe Twp.

Gloucester County’s total positive COVID-19 case count is now 3,047.


Gloucester County has 199 COVID-19 related deaths.

The 199th patient death was a 91-year-old male from Deptford.

The Gloucester County Department of Health and Human Services is working with the New Jersey Department of Health to conduct a full assessment that includes identifying the contacts these individuals have had.

At this time, the overall threat of COVID-19 to Gloucester County residents remains low. Gloucester County is expecting cases to rise. Social distancing is critical in flattening the curve and reducing cases.

New Jersey residents can call 2-1-1 or 1-800-962-1253 with questions. The call center is open 24/7 and has multi-language capacity.

Residents can also text NJCOVID to 898-211 to receive text information and stay informed. To receive live text assistance, text your zip code to 898-211.

Please note that the call center is not able to diagnose or give medical recommendations. Healthcare providers should be contacted if medical advice is needed. People should call their doctor or hospital before going so healthcare staff can provide instructions on getting care.

Most people with mild symptoms do not need to be tested. It is important to stay home and isolate from others while sick.

Please continue to check the CDC at and New Jersey Department of Health websites for updates.

The Gloucester County Department of Health can be reached at (856) 218-4101 or by visiting