Cape May County is reporting 16 new coronavirus cases Monday. There are four communities each with more than 20 resident cases of the virus: Lower, Middle, and Upper townships, along with Ocean City. Five of the new cases are in Upper Township. There are only two non resident active cases.
There were 13 new cases of coronavirus reported in Cape May County on Sunday. Four of the cases were in Middle Township. There are 131 resident cases of the virus locally, and six long term care active cases.
A new Cape May County VA Outpatient Clinic is expected to open in December. County officials on Friday announced that the project has reached its final stages at County Commons, which is the site of the former Kmart in Rio Grande. Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton and former congressman Frank LoBiondo have worked on this project…
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.
Cape May County reported nine new cases of coronavirus Wednesday. Four of the nine cases are in Lower Township. There are only three non-resident active cases in the County.
Cape May County held a Regional Urban Search and Rescue exercise on Monday. The RUST, as it is more commonly known, was a final evaluation for students as part of their training. County freeholders attended the event to learn more about the exercises.
Cape May County freeholders are expected to take a position to support a ballot question that allows peacetime veterans to get a $250 property tax deduction. A formal vote on a resolution supporting the ballot question is expected at the next meeting.
Cape May County is reporting six new resident cases of coronavirus. There is also one new non resident case to report, in Avalon. There are only 75 resident cases of the virus in Cape May County.
Cape May County has received a state grant totaling over a half million dollars for coronavirus testing. County officials say the funding comes from the New Jersey Department of Health. Testing will be improved for at risk priority individuals.
County officials announced that pre-registration is underway for Phase 3 grant assistance relating to the coronavirus pandemic. The pre-registration began Monday. Businesses with fewer than 50 employees can apply under terms of the grant program.