Cape May County added 30 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday. County officials say the local rate of transmission has been below one since the middle of January. The percentage of positive Covid-19 tests is slightly under five percent.
Cape May County’s Motor Vehicle Licensing center is closed until March 29th. MVC officials announced late Tuesday that the center is now closed since an employee tested positive for coronavirus. The center was closed last week due to a computer issue.
Cape May County reported 28 new cases of the coronavirus on Tuesday. Half of the communities in the County have fewer then ten community cases of the virus. The County Health Department administered 143 vaccines on Monday.
Congressman Jeff Van Drew says he received death threats and and his wife received sexual assault threats thanks to a report in the Ocean City Sentinel. Van Drew noted columns published in the newspaper by 68 year old John McCall of Ocean City who said he would do everything in his power to make sure…
About 1,000 coronavirus vaccines are given every day in Cape May County. County officials say there have been over 45,000 does administered in the Cape since vaccines became available. There were 30 new cases of coronavirus reported Monday.
Cape May County added only 18 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday. County officials say half of those cases were in Lower Township. There are fewer than 300 active community cases in the Cape.
There were three additional deaths from coronavirus in Cape May County reported by County health officials. The individuals were all over the age of 65 are from Sea Isle City, Ocean City, and Middle Township. There were 39 new cases reported on Friday.
The good news? It will be lighter, later. The bad news? You lose an hour of sleep Saturday night into Sunday morning. Daylight savings time begins at 2:00am Sunday, which means you will lose an hour of sleep. The reward is more daylight; sunset on Sunday will be after 7:00pm and only get later as…
If you haven’t already, you will soon see gasoline at $3.00 per gallon in Cape May County. Mid Atlantic AAA reports that the average price for a gallon of gas is now $2.95. Prices around New Jersey have increased by four cents per gallon in the past week.
Lawmakers from our 1st Legislative District are criticizing Governor Murphy’s decision to open up some businesses to 50 percent capacity starting in eight days. They say the Governor continues to take an axe to the regulations, instead of a surgical approach. They argue that only two percent of the Covid-19 cases in the entire State…