Additionally, the county reported the death of a 49-year-old Glassboro man.
The county posted 12 new cases on Wednesday, the fifth straight day the number of cases was in the teens.
Gloucester County's COVID-19 case total has been in the teens for three consecutive days, with Monday's 12 cases the lowest single-day total since late March.
County health officials have also reported the death of a 72-year-old West Deptford woman who was ill with COVID-19.
Gloucester County also reported the deaths of three more residents ill with COVID-19 on Wednesday.
The 14 cases reported on May 25 were the fewest in a single day in Gloucester County since March 28.
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The letter circulated on Twitter where many area school districts requested the state to not alter funding further during the pandemic.
Online classes will begin on July 20. Students must sign up by July 10.
The 34 cases boosts Gloucester County's total number of positive tests above 2,000.