Weehawken at the cusp of zero COVID-19 cases

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Weehawken at the cusp of zero COVID-19 cases
As COVID-19 cases near zero, Weehawken Mayor Richard Turner reminds residents to vote.

Many North Hudson municipalities have seen an increase in virus cases, while one township is on the cusp of zero cases.

Weehawken

Oct. 14 marked the second time since the start of the pandemic that the township recorded zero COVID-19 patients, with 379 recoveries, and 23 deaths.

It recorded its first case by March 23, with eight residents testing positive. On March 30, 30 active cases were reported, with eight recoveries, and two deaths.

On April 6, Weehawken reported 78 active cases, 20 recoveries, and thee deaths. By April 13, active cases climbed to 83, with 75 recoveries and five deaths. The number of recoveries surpassed the number of sick cases on April 20, with 97 active cases, 113 recoveries, and nine deaths. By April 27, there were 88 active cases, 160 recoveries, and 18 deaths.

By May 4, there were 68 active cases, with 196 recoveries, and 18 deaths. Active cases dipped to 46 with 243 recoveries, and 20 deaths on May 18. By May 25, ther were 28 active cases, 272 recoveries, and 20 deaths.

Active cases dropped to 20 on June 1, with 284 recoveries, and 21 deaths. By June 15, there were 10 active cases and 307 recoveries. By June 22, there were six active cases, and 313 recoveries.

On June 29, there were two active cases and 322 recoveries. As of July 13, there were seven active cases and 327 recoveries. On July 20, there were 337 recoveries and 23 deaths.

On Aug. 5 there was one active case, and 346 recoveries. On Aug. 26 there was one active case, with 356 recoveries. By Sept. 21, there was one active case, and 366 recoveries.

On Sept. 30, there were no cases for the first time since the start of the pandemic, with 369 recoveries.

By Oct. 5, there was one active case, with 370 recoveries. Active cases climbed to two by Oct. 12, with 377 recoveries.

West New York

As of Oct. 12, WNY had 2,233 active COVID-19 cases, 870 recoveries, and 142 deaths.

It recorded its first case on March 15. By March 28, there were 77 cases, and one death. By April 1, cases jumped to 184, with three deaths.

On April 8, WNY reported 528 cases, and seven deaths. By April 15, there were 996 cases, and 56 deaths.

On April 22, there were  1,433 cases, and 67 deaths. By April 29, there were 1,701 cases, and 78 deaths. On May 6, There were 1,869 cases, and 84 deaths. By May 13, there were 1,952 cases, and 96 deaths.

By May 20, the number was down to 2,021 cases, and 98 deaths. On May 31, there were 2,078 cases, with 101 deaths.

Cases weren’t reported again until Aug. 3, with 2,141. The number of residents who recovered topped 823.

On Aug. 10, there were 2,150 active cases, 843 recoveries, and 141 deaths.

By Sept. 7, there were 2,184 active cases, 843 recoveries, and 142 deaths. In October, there were  2,217 active cases, 870 recoveries, and 142 deaths.

Union City

Cases stand at 3,712, with 213 deaths as of Oct. 9.

On March 23, 14 residents tested positive. By March 31, there were 140. By April 7, that number had jumped to 511, and on April 11, doubled to 1,142.

By April 21, approximately 2,106 residents were positive, with a death toll of 102. By April 28, there were 2,678 cases, and 118 deaths.

On May 2, there were 2,832 cases, and 123 deaths. By May 7, cases had topped 3,008 with 130 deaths. Cases reached 3,135 cases, with  141 deaths by May 13. By May 27, the numbers had jumped to 3,431 cases, and 148 deaths.

On June 5, UC reported 3,546 cases, and 151 deaths. No cases were reported in July.

On Aug. 3, 3,566 cases were reported, and and 190 deaths on Aug. 3. By Aug. 28, there were 3,653 cases, and 202 deaths.

By September, the count reached 3,646 cases, and 202 deaths. By Sept. 26, there were 3,668 cases, and 213 deaths.

On Oct. 2, there were 3,675 cases; on Oct. 5, 3,687.

Secaucus

As of Oct. 15, there were 715 cases, and 50 deaths.

One case was recorded on March 19, five on March 24, 50 on March 30,and 74 on March 31.

There were two deaths on April 2, as cases topped 102. By April 6, there were 193 cases, and six deaths.

As of April 20, there were 288 cases, and 10 deaths. By April 26, there were some 394 cases, and 17 deaths.

On May 3, cases had reached 490, with 20 deaths; on May 3, 501 cases, and 25 deaths; on May 10, 521 cases.

By June 7, there were 610 cases and 44 deaths.

By Aug. 9, there were 645 cases, and 47 deaths. On Sept. 21, there were 675 cases, and 50 deaths. On Oct. 15, cases reached 715, with 50 deaths.

North Bergen

As of Oct. 14, there were 2,836 cases.

On March 19, nine residents tested positive. By March 27, there were 58; by March 30, 117; by April 3, 263.

On Apr 9, 856 cases were reported, and 39 deaths. On April 13, cases jumped to 1,188 cases. On April 22, the count was 1,709, and 110 deaths. By April 26, there were 2,009 cases.

The number reached 2,290 cases on May 10, with 162 deaths. By May 28, there 2,525 cases.

There were 540 cases on June 7; By July 19, 2,634.

The death toll on Aug. 4 was 211, with 2,661 cases. On Sept. 3 there were 2,711 cases, and by Oct. 7, there were 2,779.

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