Upper Darby Township still leads Delaware County in positive reported coronavirus cases, with 12 on Monday, March 23, according to data from the Chester County Health Department.
Delaware County now has 64 reported cases of COVID-19, up from 45 cases Saturday. That’s 19 new cases reported since Saturday.
The township breakdown is: Upper Darby, 12; Nether Providence, 6; Concord, 4; Radnor, 4; and Ridley, 4.
Aston, Haverford, Middletown, Morton, Springfield, Swarthmore and Upper Chichester have three cases each.
Bethel, Marple and Upper Providence have two cases each.
Collingdale, Lansdowne, Newtown, Sharon Hill, Trainer and Yeadon have one reported case each.
The county had 485 people test negative for the virus.
Click on this table for a detailed breakdown of COVID-19 cases in Delaware County by municipality, age, gender and date reported. Table was updated as of 11:02 p.m., Monday, March 23.
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The Pennsylvania Health Department is reporting 165 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the state total to 644 confirmed cases, with 6,595 testing negative.
Six people in Pennsylvania have died from the virus; 1 each from Montgomery, Allegheny, Lackawanna, Monroe, and two from Northampton County.
Montgomery County now has the most reported cases in the state, at 129, followed by Philadelphia County, at 128, and Delaware County at 54.
The state began reporting positive coronavirus cases March 6, with two cases statewide.