Monmouth County Freeholder Director Tom Arnone and Freeholder Deputy Director Sue Kiley have announced the new positive cases of COVID-19 in Monmouth County bringing the total to 4,669 overall as of Sunday afternoon.

Freeholders Arnone and Kiley report Sunday that Monmouth County leads the state in having the longest period of time for cases to double (24 days) and they credit the rank "to all of the residents who are all doing their part and practicing social distancing."

Howell has the most cases in Monmouth County with 410, Freehold Township has 408 and Middletown has 369.

Here are the cases by town in Monmouth County according to the Freeholders and MCHD:

  • Aberdeen: 131
  • Allenhurst: 2
  • Allentown: 4
  • Asbury Park: 94
  • Atlantic Highlands: 18
  • Avon-by-the-Sea: 9
  • Belmar: 13
  • Bradley Beach: 22
  • Brielle: 22
  • Colts Neck: 55
  • Deal: 23
  • Eatontown: 135
  • Englishtown: 19
  • Fair Haven: 18
  • Farmingdale: 9
  • Freehold Borough: 167
  • Freehold Township: 408
  • Hazlet: 174
  • Highlands: 20
  • Holmdel: 150
  • Howell: 410
  • Interlaken: 1
  • Keansburg: 79
  • Keyport: 55
  • Lake Como: 12
  • Little Silver: 26
  • Loch Arbour: 1
  • Long Branch: 266
  • Manalapan: 327
  • Manasquan: 24
  • Marlboro: 315
  • Matawan: 116
  • Middletown: 369
  • Millstone: 54
  • Monmouth Beach: 17
  • Neptune City: 24
  • Neptune Township: 243
  • Ocean: 188
  • Oceanport: 41
  • Red Bank: 97
  • Roosevelt: 2
  • Rumson: 27
  • Sea Bright: 7
  • Sea Girt: 9
  • Shrewsbury Borough: 25
  • Shrewsbury Township: 7
  • Spring Lake: 7
  • Spring Lake Heights: 15
  • Tinton Falls: 102
  • Union Beach: 30
  • Upper Freehold: 32
  • Wall: 166
  • West Long Branch: 51
  • Unknown: 31

Here is some other news and notes regarding the Covid-19 pandemic in Monmouth County:

  • Jersey Shore Congressman Chris Smith announced that there is more than $4.5 million in emergency funding being awarded to local governments in New Jersey's Fourth Congressional District via the CARES Act which will help areas stabilize and recover from the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
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