The Cape May County Library system will start to offer computer use by appointment, starting on February 1st. The Library announced today that patrons may schedule one appointment per day by working through their local branch of the County library system. Building capacity limits remain in effect due to Covid.
It appears that ShopRite is getting out of the pharmacy business. NJ.com reports that ShopRite is closing over 60 of its supermarket pharmacies and selling the client lists to CVS. The report suggests that 23 ShopRite pharmacies in New Jersey are scheduled for closure.
Two additional deaths from Covid-19 were reported Sunday in Cape May County. A man from Wildwood Crest and a woman from Middle Township are the latest casualties. 31 new cases of the virus were reported Sunday.
Cape May County is reporting four deaths on Saturday, all from coronavirus. County officials say the deaths of the four elderly individuals are from Lower Township, Wildwood Crest, Middle Township, and Ocean City. 58 new positive cases were announced.
Cape May County reported only 28 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday, which is nearly 50 percent lower of several recent reporting days. Only Lower Township experienced more than ten new cases of the virus. Half of the County’s municipalities reported zero additional cases on Thursday.
Cape May County is furthering its economic development program. County Commissioners announced Thursday that the program will focus on business support, new business development, and entrepreneurial development. Consultation will be provided to businesses who have experienced impacts from Covid-19.
The Cape May County Department of Health announced that another vaccination location will be opened once the County actually receives more doses. Our county has received about 1,000 doses per week to date. County Commissioner Jeffrey Pierson says the number of doses is just not enough. Currently, Avalon Community Hall is being used at the…
Cape May County added 64 new positive cases of coronavirus on Wednesday. County officials announced that Lower, Middle and Upper townships added double digit new cases. Only West Wildwood has zero cases of the virus.
Cape May County is reporting 48 new cases of coronavirus Monday. There are over 4,500 cases that are now off quarantine. Only Lower and Middle townships have over 100 active resident cases.
Cape May County reports 45 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. County officials report 569 active residential cases of the virus. The only community with zero active community cases is West Wildwood.