Cape May County is awaiting for a greater supply of vaccines from the state, and when received, the county will be ready to go with an expanded Covid-19 vaccination program. County Commissioner Len Desiderio says the effort has been “challenging” as the County awaits more doses from the State.
Cape May County reported 55 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday. Two additional deaths have also been reported, in Ocean City and Middle Township. The County has now reported 5,047 cases of Covid-19 during the pandemic.
Cape May County added 46 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. The County reports our area continues to have the lowest cases rate per capita of any county in New Jersey. Two of the cases were long term care cases in Woodbine.
Cape May County reported 39 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday. The County is just shy of 600 active cases in the community. There have been nearly 5,000 cases of the virus locally during the pandemic.
There is one new death to report in Cape May County from coronavirus. County officials announced the passing of a 72 year old man from Woodbine. There are 49 new cases of the virus in the County. Middle and Lower townships continue to have the most cases.
Cape May County officials are reporting the death of a 73 year old man from Lower Township as a result of coronavirus. The County reported 66 new cases of the virus on Friday. Only five local communities are in single digits in terms of the number of resident cases: Avalon, Cape May Point, Stone Harbor,…
Cape May County is reporting the deaths of two women from our area who are the latest casualties from coronavirus. There were 59 new cases reported on Thursday. Now under, the vaccination of police and fire personnel who are considered to be Phase 1B.
Cape May County reported 91 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday. County officials say there were 35 new cases in Middle Township. Only Cape May Point, Sea Isle City, and West Wildwood reported no new cases on Wednesday.
The new Cape May County Commission will have a swearing in ceremony this afternoon. Incumbents Will Morey and Jeffrey Pierson will take their respective oaths of office. The former freeholder board will now be known as the County Commission. The event begins at 5:00pm.
There are 59 new cases of coronavirus reported in Cape May County. County officials also say on Tuesday that 73 residents at the Crest Haven Nursing Home received their first doses of the new Covid-19 vaccine. New Jersey has administered 100,000 doses of the vaccine to date.