A 59-year-old man from Logan Township and a 30-year-old man from Glassboro were both confirmed as positive COVID-19 cases on Friday.
Medical procedures include banning most hospital visits.
A 42-year-old woman with no travel history is the third positive case in Gloucester County.
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Inspira Health provided an update on the two confirmed cases late Tuesday. One patient works in the radiation oncology department at Inspira Medical Center Vineland, while the other works in the surgical services departments at Inspira Medical Centers Elmer, Mullica Hill and Vineland.
A man and a woman with a history of international travel from Glassboro are the first two positive cases in the county.
Harrison Township has also canceled all township social events, including Harrison Township Day, through June 1.
Harrison Township will be closing its municipal and public works buildings effective on Tuesday.