There were 47 new coronavirus cases added in Cape May County in the past day. New figures from the Cape May County Health Department now show 435 residential cases of the virus in the County. Nearly half of the total cases are located in Middle and Lower townships. We are now over 9,000 cases of…
Cape May County now has 388 residential cases of coronavirus. New figures posted by the County show 107 cases of the virus in Lower Township, and 86 cases in Middle Township. Wildwood leads the way among beach communities with over 40 cases.
There are now 365 cases of coronavirus in Cape May County. New data posted by the County Health Department shows most communities with at least one case of the virus. State numbers are also on the rise as well.
Cape May County has 350 residents who have coronavirus. New numbers were posted this morning by the Cape May County Department of Health which show an increase of 15 over the past 24 hours. Ten of the 16 municipalities have double-digit numbers of Covid-19; only Cape May Point and Stone Harbor have zero residential cases.
Cape May County begins this week with 335 active resident coronavirus cases. Lower Township has 87 cases, while Middle Township has 63, according to the Cape May County Department of Health. Every community, except Stone Harbor, has at least one active case. Along the beaches, both Wildwood and Ocean City each have 28 cases apiece.
Cape May County has 302 active cases of coronavirus. New figures released by the County late Friday show 73 cases in Lower Township and 52 in Middle Township. Every municipality has at least one case of Covid-19. The number of non resident active cases is four.
Some public buildings are now requiring masks for entry. Avalon officials announced that masks will be required for entry into public buildings starting Monday. The Cape May County Library System also announced that masks are now required in the library regardless of vaccination status.
Cape May County is getting $3.3 million in transportation funding to help rebuild infrastructure. State officials announced that $161 million was being doled out throughout New Jersey. County aid funds are based on population and road mileage, and can be used for roads and bridges.
Cape May County’s coronavirus cases are on the sharp incline. There are now 161 resident cases in the County, with every community having at least one case. There were 28 cases in Middle Township, the highest in the County. There are only six non resident active cases.
Perhaps the only bad news for the tourism summer of 2021 is that it is very unlikely the County will recapture the Canadian tourism business this year. The closure of the United States-Canada border has been extended until August 21st which is well past the traditional Canadian visitation in our area. County Commissioner Gerald Thornton…