Delaware County now has 469 positive cases of COVID-19 after 79 more cases were reported April 2, according to data from the Chester County Health Department.
The virus is now being reported in 45 of the county’s 49 municipalities.
The county’s death toll remains the same, at eight.
Upper Darby has pulled ahead of other county municipalities in the number of COVID-19 cases, at 65.
The next largest number of cases come from Haverford Township, at 39 cases.
Radnor has 28. Marple has 24. Newtown has 22. Springfield has 21 and Nether Providence has 20 cases.
Middletown Township has 17, Thornbury, 15; while Ridley, Yeadon and Aston have 14 cases each.
There are 11 cases reported in Concord. Darby Borough and Upper Chichester have 10 cases each.
Lansdowne and Swarthmore have nine cases each.
Ridley Park, city of Chester, Collingdale and Upper Providence have eight cases each.
Clifton Heights has five cases of COVID-19.
Aldan, Bethel, East Lansdowne, Edgmont, Folcroft, and Media have four cases each.
Three cases each were reported in Darby Township, Glenolden, Millbourne, Morton and Sharon Hill.
Two cases each were reported in Chadds Ford, Chester Township, Colwyn, Eddystone, Parkside, Rose Valley, and Trainer.
Brookhaven, Chester Heights, Norwood, Prospect Park, and Tinicum have one case each of COVID-19.
No cases were reported in Lower Chichester, Marcus Hook, Rutledge and Upland.
There are 32 cases reported still under investigation and not yet tied to a municipality.
The highest number of reported cases, 88, occurred with individuals ages 50 to 59.
The second highest number, 86, occurred with individuals ages 30 to 39.
The third highest number, 77, occurred with individuals ages 20 to 29.
The county had 2,671 people test negative for the virus.
Click here to access the latest data on Delaware County from the Chester County Health Department.
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The Pennsylvania Department of Health has confirmed 1,211 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 7,016 in 62 counties.
The department also reported 16 new deaths among positive cases, bringing the statewide total to 91.
There were 47,698 people that tested negative for COVID-19.
“The continued rise in cases combined with our increasing deaths from COVID-19 reflects the seriousness of this situation,” Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said. “We need everyone to listen to the orders in place and to stay calm, stay home and stay safe. We know that these prolonged mitigation effects have been difficult for everyone, but it is essential that everyone follows these orders and does not go out unless they absolutely must.”
Philadelphia County takes the lead in positive cases of COVID-19, at 1,853, with 13 deaths reported.
Montgomery County reports the second highest number of cases, at 735, with nine deaths. Lehigh County comes in third, at 479 cases, with five deaths. Delaware County is fourth, at 469 cases, with eight deaths reported.
For more information on state COVID-19 findings, click here.