41 New Cases of COVID-19 Reported in Montgomery County, No New Deaths

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Yet another record breaking highest daily increase in COVID-19 cases statewide, wherein Montgomery County has reported over 300 new positives.

As of Friday Sept 11, Montgomery County reported 41 new positive cases of COVID-19, according to the county’s COVID-19 website.

The county reported 309 new coronavirus infections over the previous seven days, and 613 new cases over the last two weeks, 35 more cases than were reported during the previous 14-day period.

Montgomery County’s 14-day count trend continues to tick upward. However, with no new deaths, Montco’s COVID-19 death toll remains steady at 829 individuals.

The 41 new positive cases reported Thursday pushed the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Montgomery County to 11,332 countywide.

Of those 11,332 COVID cases, 5,952 are females, 5,312 are males, and 39 are unknown.

The average age of individuals with COVID-19 across the county is 49.5 years-old.

Here is the breakdown of cases and COVID-19 deaths by municipality:

Municipality # of Total Cases # of Total Deaths
Norristown 1200 55
Lower Merion 826 84
Abington 809 70
Cheltenham 685 54
Springfield 655 90
Lower Providence 633 9
Upper Moreland 351 27
East Norriton 346 34
Horsham 305 38
Upper Dublin 287 17
Montgomery 283 30
Upper Merion 279 16
Lansdale 278 31
Upper Providence 272 54
Lower Moreland 257 13
Whitemarsh 227 23
Pottstown 219 3
Hatfield Township 208 3
Plymouth Township 198 7
Whitpain 194 14
Lower Gwynedd 182 35
Upper Gwynedd 179 38
West Norriton 177 6
Towamencin 172 27
Ambler 167 16
Limerick 163 0
Skippack 139 6
Lower Salford 133 1
Franconia 107 12
Worcester 98 4
Souderton 95 0
Lower Pottsgrove 87 0
Perkiomen 80 0
New Hanover 73 0
Douglass 67 2
Conshohocken 64 0
Upper Hanover 65 0
Bridgeport 60 1
Trappe 52 1
Hatboro 53 1
Royersford 46 0
Upper Pottsgrove 43 1
Lower Frederick 43 0
Pennsburg 42 4
Telford 42 0
Hatfield Borough 41 0
Collegeville 39 0
Jenkintown 35 0
North Wales 32 0
Narberth 29 0
East Greenville 25 0
West Pottsgrove 25 0
Rockledge 21 1
Upper Salford 19 0
Upper Frederick 17 0
Schwenksville 17 0
Salford 16 1
Marlborough 16 0
Red Hill 12 0
West Conshohocken 12 0
Green Lane 3 0
Bryn Athyn 2 0


COVID-19 Testing

Montgomery County’s testing sites are by appointment only, do not require a vehicle and are self-administered.

Operations are as follows:

Ardmore – 114 W. Lancaster Ave

  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday – 4pm-6pm
  • Tuesday & Thursday – 12pm-2pm

Register Here

Green Lane – 2144 Snyder Rd

  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday – 4pm-6pm
  • Tuesday & Thursday – 12pm-2pm

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Lansdale –
421 W. Main St

  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday – 4pm-6pm
  • Tuesday & Thursday – 12pm-2pm

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Norristown – 1401 Dekalb Pike

  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday – 10am-12pm
  • Tuesday & Thursday – 3pm-5pm

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Pottstown – 364 King St

  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday – 12pm-2pm
  • Tuesday & Thursday – 4pm-6pm

Register Here

Willow Grove – 1678 Fairview Ave

  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday – 12pm-2pm
  • Tuesday & Thursday – 4pm-6pm

Register Here

Additional testing sites, many of which operate over the weekend, can be found here.

COVID-19 contact tracing efforts are ongoing and are critical to slowing the spread of the disease. The County has partnered with ACLAMO, Family Services of Montgomery County, Montgomery County OIC, and Visiting Nurses Association Community Services to help with contact tracing efforts.

Individuals who have been tested or identified as a direct contact of an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19 and has received a call from any of our community partners may return the call to 610.278.5923 to find out their results or status. All information discussed on the call is strictly confidential and is only used to trace COVID-19 cases.

Have more questions about being tested for COVID-19 in Montgomery County like ‘Do I need an appointment?’ or ‘Do I need insurance?’ Check out the County’s testing Q&A page here.

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