Fourth resident of Princeton Care Center dies from COVID-19 complications

A man in his 90s who lived at the Princeton Care Center has died as a result of complications from COVID-19, marking the fourth coronavirus-related death at the facility.

According to the state’s COVID-19 long-term care facility database, as of Monday, April 20, 13 people at the facility had tested positve for COVID-19.

A total of five deaths in Princeton have been recorded as COVID-19 related deaths.

As of April 21, Princeton had 88 total confirmed COVID-19 cases, and local health officials were monitoring 44 active cases. Four healthcare workers in Princeton have tested positive. Thirteen residents are hospitalized.

Demographics for confirmed cases:

46 males, 42 females

3 residents under age 11
1 resident between the ages of 12 and 17
55 residents between the ages of 18 and 65
29 residents over 65

At Princeton University, as of the last University Health Services report posted on April 15, a total of three students on campus had tested positive for COVID-19, and 22 employees of the university had tested positive. A total of 42 students off-campus had tested positive.

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