Kevin Lare could be named next week as Acting Administrator for Cape May County. The County posted its agenda for next Tuesday’s freeholder meeting and Lare’s appointment appears first on the agenda. Lare currently appears on the County’s website as Chief Financial Officer.
Cape May County is announcing 58 new cases of coronavirus. The county reports 16 of those cases are in Middle Township. Lower Township continues to have the most cases, now standing at 120.
Cape May County ranks third in the state for the number of school-related outbreaks of coronavirus. New figures released by the state show two new outbreaks in the past week, putting the total number of school outbreaks in our area at seven. Camden County leads the state with ten.
Cape May County reported three additional deaths, and 54 new cases of coronavirus during its Wednesday report. The County says that rate of infection locally is 0.88 percent, which is the lowest of any county in New Jersey. 2,331 people are now off quarantine in the Cape.
Cape May County is reporting two more coronavirus deaths, and 50 new cases of the virus. An 82 year old female and a 91 year old male, both from Ocean City, have perished. The County reports the lowest infection rate in the State, but acknowledges a higher number of cases due to the Covid-19 spike…
Cape May County has added 40 new cases of coronavirus Monday, two of them being in long term care facilities. The overall active total in the community in the County has dropped below 500 as some people move off quarantine. 12 new cases were reported in Lower Township, which currently has 135 active cases.
Cape May County added 57 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday, all but one case being in the community. The other was in a long term care facility in Dennis Township. Lower Township continues to lead the way with 134 cases of the virus; 11 new cases were added Sunday in Lower, and 12 in…
Cape May County added one new death from coronavirus on Saturday. A 61 year old male from Middle Township lost his life. 58 new cases were reported on Saturday, and all of the County’s 17 non-resident cases are from Cape May. Every community in the County has at least one case of the virus.
There were 62 new cases of coronavirus reported during the two day period starting with Thanksgiving Day. County officials say 18 of the new cases are in Lower Township, and 14 in Ocean City. The number of resident cases of the virus now stands at 490.
Cape May County announced 40 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday, along with two additional deaths. A 78 year old man from Dennis Township, and a 97 year old woman from Ocean City have both perished. There are now five communities in Cape May County each with over 40 resident cases of the virus.