Officials announced 34 additional cases of COVID-19 in Delaware County, with an additional two deaths overnight, Your Content has learned.
Delaware County has a total number of 190 cases as of Friday night with four total fatalities. Among the confirmed coronavirus cases, there are two children under the age of 10, five people between the ages of 10 to 19 and 32 individuals from age 20 to 29 who contracted the virus.
The Chester County Health Department has confirmed a 70- year- old female from Ridley Township and a 63-year-old male from Middletown Township have passed away from COVID-19.
Delaware County Council continues to urge residents to follow Governor Wolf’s Stay at Home Order, which will help prevent the spread of the virus and protect our community. The order took effect on Monday, March 23 and will continue until April 6.
Individuals may leave their residence only to perform allowable individual activities and allowable essential travel.
Food assistance is available to residents in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Schools and organizations across the County are providing grab and go meals to residents in need.
Residents or organizations who would like to donate protective and medical supplies and equipment and also in-kind donations can call 1-800-253-3102 or email [email protected].