Cape May County is reporting 14 new positive cases of coronavirus among county residents. Four cases were reported in both Lower Township, and in Ocean City. There were two non resident active cases reported in Avalon.
The tech village at the Cape May Airport in Erma is getting a new tenant. Aedicell, a New York based medicine company, is moving into the hangars complex. This is all part of the County’s “Coastal Shift” plan to move businesses closer to the ocean.
There are nearly 1,200 new cases of coronavirus reported Thursday in New Jersey. State health officials say there are 18 new deaths from the virus. New Jersey has had more than 1,000 cases of the virus reported each of the past five days.