On March 27: Of Delaware County’s 49 Municipalities, 38 Have Confirmed COVID-19 Cases; 11 Report No Cases


Delaware County has 34 new positive cases of COVID-19 as of Friday, March 27, bringing the total in the county up to 190, according to data from the Chester County Health Department.

The virus is now being reported in 38 of the county’s 49 municipalities.

Upper Darby Township holds the lead in total cases at 27. Haverford and Radnor follow with 21 cases each.

Marple and Newtown have 11 cases.

Middletown Township has 10 cases. Nether Providence has nine cases.

Springfield Township now has seven reported cases of COVID-19. Ridley Township has six cases.

Aston, Thornbury and Upper Chichester have five.

Ridley Park, Concord, Swarthmore and Upper Providence have four cases each.

There are three cases each for the city of Chester, Clifton Heights and Morton Borough.

Bethel, East Lansdowne, Media, Rose Valley, Sharon Hill, and Yeadon have two cases each. Two more cases were reported but the location is pending while an investigation continues.

Aldan, Brookhaven, Chadds Ford, Chester Township, Collingdale, Darby Borough, Darby Township, Eddystone, Lansdone, Millbourne, Norwood, Prospect Park and Trainer have one case of COVID-19 each.

No cases have been reported so far in Chester Heights, Colwyn, Edgmont, Folcroft, Glenolden, Lower Chichester, Marcus Hook, Parkside, Rutledge, Tinicum or Upland.

The county had 1,530 people test negative for the virus.

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