Cape May County added six new cases of coronavirus on Sunday. Lower Township was the only community to add two cases. There are still fewer than 100 cases in the County despite a big increase statewide.
The Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders has approved a new assistance program for those who have been financially impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. The Board approved two resolutions earlier this week that provides $1.5 million through two separate programs. A small business funding program is based on resiliency.
Cape May County added ten additional cases of coronavirus Wednesday. Two cases apiece were reported in Woodbine, Lower Township, Middle Township, and North Wildwood. There are only nine non-resident active cases in the County.
Cape May County reported only three new coronavirus cases on Tuesday. The new cases were in Lower Township, Ocean City, and Wildwood Crest. The number of community cases is down to 68, and there are only nine non-resident cases.
The five freeholder candidates will debate during an online format on Wednesday. The League of Women Voters of Cape May County is sponsoring the debate featuring two incumbent republicans, two democrats, and an independent. The event will begin at 7:00pm at Congress Hall in Cape May and last about 90 minutes.
There were only four new cases of coronavirus reported Monday by County health officials, with community cases in Avalon, Middle Township, and Ocean City. There was also one new long term care case reported. No town in the County has twenty cases of the virus; nine of the County’s 16 communities have zero, or one…
Cape May County added only four new cases of coronavirus on Sunday. There are 82 cases of the virus among residents in the County. The only community to add more than one case was Lower Township, which added two.
Cape May County reported zero new community cases of coronavirus on Saturday. There was one additional non-resident case, and one additional long term care case. The County has 78 active community cases; seven towns have zero cases of the virus.
Cape May County has established an Opioid Fatality Review Team. The purpose of the team is to better address and understand overdose fatalities and to be better prepared in the future. The County has received a $100,000 grant from the New Jersey Department of Health to fund this new program.
Now you have a little more time to fill out your United States Census form. Governor Murphy reminded residents today that you have until October 31st to fill out the Census forms. The deadline for completing the Census has been confusing, to say the least, thanks to court dates and extensions. Cape May County is…