Daily Case Count 4-23, CDC on Monty Health, Mask Wearing is Required


As of 9 am today, 4/23:

NJ cases: 99,989

NJ deaths: 5,368

Somerset County cases: 2,798

Somerset County deaths: 196

Montgomery cases:  68

Montgomery deaths: 1

Rocky Hill cases: 6

Rocky Hill deaths: 0

Age Ranges of Cases in Montgomery & Rocky Hill:

2        <20

10        20-29

12        30-39

7        40-49

17        50-59

13        60-69

3         70-79

10       80+

Total 74 cases for Montgomery and Rocky Hill

The above numbers represent a snapshot in time, and will change daily or even hourly as new data come in. This represents only laboratory-confirmed cases, and does not include people who are sick but unable to be tested.  If you are experiencing cough and fever, you should isolate yourself from well family members, and stay home until 3 days after your symptoms resolve without medications. If your symptoms worsen, contact your health care provider for a telemedicine consultation. We continue to stress the importance of washing hands, maintaining social distancing, and staying home.

For further statistics, go to the Health Dept.’s COVID-19 portal: https://health.montgomery.nj.us/covid19/,  State of NJ DOH’s COVID-19 Case Chart , and https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

*****DISCLAIMER***** Reported numbers on this page may not match the figures provided on the Somerset County page.  This is due to differences in reporting times.

Testing Site info found at: https://health.montgomery.nj.us/covid-testing/.


We want to share the good news that the CDC has congratulated the Montgomery Twp. Health Dept. in an April 22 letter for its national accreditationMontgomery Twp Public Health Shield by the PHAB – the Public Health Accreditation Board, calling it ‘an impressive achievement’ and ‘an extraordinary accomplishment’ that shows the community the Department meets national standards and is committed  to continuous improvement.



Wear a Mask in Public to Protect Yourself and to Protect Others

This is a reminder to residents and all community partners to wear a cloth face covering, when out in public, to slow the spread of coronavirus.

Growing evidence suggests the virus can spread:

  • Before people show symptoms (pre-symptomatic) and
  • From people who have the virus but never show symptoms (asymptomatic)

Cloth face coverings help prevent spread of COVID-19 in these situations. Wearing a mask when in public helps protect you and those around you.

When going to a supermarket, pharmacy or other life-sustaining business, you must wear a mask to enter the store. Your mask will help protect our critical workers, like cashiers, those stocking shelves + pharmacists. Your mask protects me and mine protects you and in turn your family.

Wear a Mask. Protect Others. Protect Yourself. Protect Your Family.