Local legislators say they want Governor Phil Murphy to take a regional approach to coronavirus if the second wave hits, as expected. The republican lawmakers say a regional approach would be much better than the one size fits all restrictions that have been enacted statewide since March. Cape May and Cumberland counties have fared well…
Cape May County added ten additional cases of coronavirus Wednesday. Two cases apiece were reported in Woodbine, Lower Township, Middle Township, and North Wildwood. There are only nine non-resident active cases in the County.
More than one million people have already voted in the Garden State. State officials confirmed the election totals from individual county clerks. New Jersey has more than six million registered voters.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy was in Atlantic City Wednesday morning for an official groundbreaking event. Murphy took a shovel and helped break ground on Stockton University’s new Phase II construction project in the city. A new 400 room dorm is being constructed.
New Jersey again added nearly 1,000 new cases of coronavirus Wednesday. State officials say 953 new positive cases were added, and there are nine new deaths. New Jersey has lost more than 14,000 lives during the pandemic.