Covid and Flu Activity

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Over the last week, the Camden, NJ - Burlington, NJ Health Service Area had 234 new COVID hospital admissions - 17.9 for every 100,000 residents, patients with COVID represent 4.4% of all beds and in Camden County, 442,468 people (87.4%) have received at least one vaccine dose, 370,760 (73.2%) have received at least two doses or a single Johnson & Johnson dose, 211,797 (41.8%) have received a booster dose, and 97,187 (19.2%) have received

an updated bivalent booster dose. Data is not available for the 2023/2024 updated boosters.This date marks our change to measure community risk levels, a framework that is only relevant for the current phase of the pandemic. Our community risk level is medium. The NJ Department of Health provides weekly respiratory illness and COVID activity report and a weekly Influenza Surveillance Report. Be sure to cough or sneeze into a tissue or your elbow, throw the tissue away, and wash your hands immediately. Avoid close contact with those confirmed or suspected of having the flu, COVID-19 or RSV, particularly, in crowded indoor spaces, consider wearing a mask.