First death due to Coronavirus in Plymouth Township

Montgomery County officials announced today that a Plymouth Township resident who tested positive for Coronavirus has died. The Plymouth Township victim was an 86-year-old female. A second victim announced today was from Rockledge. The total number of deaths thus far is 10 in the county.

As of today, there are 595 positive cases, which is 31 more than yesterday.

The county’s test site at Temple’s Ambler campus has tested 2,636 so far as of this morning (before it opened). 55% of the test results are back and 13% have been positive. Please note that Montgomery County only receives back the test result data for its residents.

  • Conshohocken is at six cases, which is no change
  • Whitemarsh is at 24 cases, which is three more than yesterday
  • Plymouth is at 13 cases, which is no change
  • West Conshohocken continues to have zero cases

You can watch today’s press conference below:

Posted by Montgomery County, PA on Wednesday, April 1, 2020

You can view the latest data from the county here.