BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Bridgewater Township is reporting one new COVID-19 case, as of Monday morning, bringing the total to 504.

The township reported zero new cases over the weekend.

Of those confirmed cases, 57.6 percent are female and 42.2 percent are male.

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In addition, the township is confirming one additional fatality, bringing the total to 66, between the ages of 40 and 105.

Of those, two were under age 50; five were between the ages of 51 and 65; 17 were between the ages of 66 and 80; and 42 were over age 81.

Raritan Mayor Zachary Bray said that since his last update two weeks ago, the borough has reported an additional two positive cases, bringing the total to 124.

The borough has also seen additional fatalities, bringing the total to 14.

“Continue to social distance,” he said in a post on Facebook. “Continue to wear masks where required. We have to continue to do our part to bring normalcy back.”

“Unfortunately, too often I am hearing about massive gatherings and refusals to wear masks where necessary,” he added. “These are reasons we will continue to stay where we are, rather than progress to where we want to be.”