Cape May County has launched a new program to help reduce the isolation of seniors during the pandemic. The campaign starts this month and will continue through next April. Various wellness check-ins will be conducted by phone by the county’s Division of Aging and Disability Services.
Congressman Jeff Van Drew believes President Trump is right in opposing the Covid relief bill that is packed with other government spending. Van Drew announced on social media that he is calling for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to return Congress to Washington to vote on a bill to “get this right”.
Cape May County reported 52 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday. 27 of those community cases were reported just in Lower Township. An 89 year old man is the latest fatality from the virus in our County.
An 87 year old man from Dennis Township is the latest victim of coronavirus. The County reported 62 new positive tests on Tuesday, with most of them being community cases. Two new long term care cases were also reported.
Two men from Ocean City are the latest reported fatalities of coronavirus in Cape May County. County officials announced 34 new positive cases on Monday. There are four new non-resident cases; all 20 of those cases are reported in Cape May.
Some mainland communities in Cape May County hold fire district elections in February..but not in 2021. Governor Murphy has moved fire district elections, and special school elections held in March, to the regular school board election days to be held on April 20th.
Cape May County reported 40 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday, with all but five of them being community cases. Five cases were also reported in long term care facilities. The number of active cases has fallen to 458, with only Middle Township in triple figures, at 100 cases. Cape May Point has the fewest…
A 64 year old man from Cape May is the latest fatality from coronavirus in Cape May County. County officials reported 34 new cases of the virus on Saturday. The Cape now has over 3,100 Covid cases off quarantine.
Cape May County is reporting 51 new cases of coronavirus. 49 of those cases are in the community, while three are in long term care centers. All of the non resident cases continue to be in Cape May City.
Cape May County is reporting two additional deaths from coronavirus, and 44 new cases. Both victims are women from Ocean City. There are five new cases reported in long term care facilities.