The historic Clementon Amusement Park was sold at auction for just over $2 million. The 114 year old park was purchased by a buyer who intends to open the amusement park again in the future. The winning bid also includes a liquor license.
Two people lost their lives on the southbound span of the Delaware Memorial Bridge Tuesday afternoon. Officials say three people were in a disabled vehicle that was rear ended by a tractor trailer. There is a third reported injury.
New Jersey reported 61 new coronavirus deaths on Tuesday. State officials also report over 3,400 new cases of the virus in the past 24 hours. The seven day average of cases is up over 11 percent.
New Jersey has an additional 2,608 cases of coronavirus. State officials say the rate of transmission has increased to 1.09 which means the virus is spreading more than it did a week ago. There are another 28 deaths from the virus.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced Monday that the June primary elections will be held in-person. Murphy stated Monday there is no need to go to a completely remote or mail in election due to improving Covid-19 numbers. The election will be held on June 8th.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy told CNN Monday that New Jerseyans should not be expecting any relief soon on various coronavirus restrictions. Murphy told the network today that the state’s even day average is up by eight percent over the past week. The number of hospitalizations is also on the rise.
New Jersey has provided nearly 3.5 million doses of coronavirus vaccine to date. There are 1.2 million New Jersey residents who are now fully vaccinated. The state reported 2,599 new cases of the virus on Sunday, with 40 new confirmed deaths, including one in Cape May County.
New Jersey officials say one out of every six people are now fully vaccinated from coronavirus. State officials announced Friday that there were 27 additional deaths reported in the past 24 hours. Governor Murphy says the state has hit a plateau.
Nearly 1.1 million are fully vaccinated from coronavirus in New Jersey. State officials say Thursday that over two million state residents have received their first shots. There were nearly 4,000 new cases of the virus reported over the past 24 hours.
The public health emergency has been extended by Governor Murphy for a 13th consecutive time. This extension is just like the others prior, lasting 30 days and taking the state into mid April. Additional restrictions will be lifted on Friday.