Cape May County now has 911 active cases of coronavirus. The latest numbers released by the County show an additional 123 cases added over the past 24 hours. Only four of the County’s 16 communities are in the single digits regarding the number of community cases. More cases of the virus have been found in…
Due to a spread of Covid-19, Cape Regional Medical Center again has instituted a no visitation policy. Hospital officials put the policy into effect on December 21st, according to its website. There are a few exceptions to the policy, including for an end of life patient.
Cape May County recorded 101 additional cases of coronavirus over the past 24 hours. The County’s new cumulative total is a record 843. Approximately 500 of the cases are in the County’s population centers of Lower, Middle, and Upper townships. New cases were reported in the last day in 13 of the County’s 16 municipalities.
Joseph Salvatore has earned the highest honor from the New Jersey Historical Commission as he received the Richard J. Hughes aware for lifetime achievement. Salvatore is the founder and chairman of the Naval Air Museum Wildwood, and he and his wife founded Historic Cold Spring Village in 1973.
Cape May County now has 812 active residential cases of coronavirus as the spread continues. County officials report triple digit caseloads in Lower, Middle, and Upper townships, where the greatest population of the county exists. Even some coastal communities are being hard hit; Ocean City has 71 cases, Wildwood, 68.
There are now 747 reported residential cases of coronavirus in Cape May County. The latest figures from the Health Department show Lower Township with 212 cases, and Middle Township with 143. Upper Township is also nearing 100 cases. Only Cape May Point has zero cases reported.
Cape May County now has over 700 active residential cases of coronavirus. Every town except Cape May Point has at least one case of the virus. Lower Township is nearing 200 cases. Additional vaccination clinics are scheduled for the week before Christmas.
Cape May County is approaching 700 residential cases of coronavirus. 71 new cases were added over the past 24 hours. Every community has at least one case of the virus; currently, Avalon, Cape May Point, and Stone Harbor have only one case apiece. 173 cases are in Lower Township, while 132 cases are in Middle…
What’s better than a good beer, or some delicious fudge? The marriage of both together. NJ.com reports that the Cape May Brewing Company has teamed up with the Original Fudge Kitchen to produce the Chocolate Fudge Stout. It’s a limited run beer to celebrate the ten year anniversary of the brewing company.
Cape May County now has 621 cases of coronavirus. The latest total Monday added 57 new cases of the virus within the past 24 hours. Lower and Middle townships represent nearly half of the total countywide. There are zero cases in Stone Harbor, one in Cape May Point, and two in Avalon.