COVID-19 UPDATE: Wilmington Sees Uptick In Positive Cases, Too Soon To Tell If Trend Is Developing

WILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Health Department announced that — as of Sunday, July 5, 2020 — the community has 7 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases, with an additional two residents in quarantine.

Wilmington’s positive cases have been slowly increasing over the past two weeks:

  • June 1: 12
  • June 8: 9
  • June 11: 6
  • June 15: 3
  • June 22: 1
  • June 26: 2
  • July 2: 3
  • July 5: 7

“This is not over. Please be safe,” warned Health Director Shelly Newhouse prior to the Fourth of July weekend.

As of July 6, 2020, Massachusetts has seen 104,659 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began. Wilmington has accounted for approximately 333 of those cases (325 as June 10, 2020).

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