Yet another visitor from out of state has tested positive for coronavirus in Cape May County. Tuesday afternoon, the Cape May County Department of Health announced that a 32 year old woman from New York tested positive for the virus. This is the sixth case reported in Cape May County.
One New Jersey beach town has closed its beaches due to the coronavirus. Seaside Heights Mayor Anthony Vaz ordered his town to shut down access to beaches and bays. Vas says instead, people should walk and exercise in their own neighborhoods.
New Jersey has frozen nearly $1 billion in spending in order to keep the State afloat through the coronavirus crisis. Among the big freezes…the popular Homestead Rebate Program, which provides tax relief to state residents. The Motor Vehicle Commission is having approximately $84 million in spending frozen, for the time being.
Rowan University has joined the ranks of many universities in postponing its graduation ceremony. A virtual graduation will take place in May until a new date for the actual graduation can occur. The graduation is being postponed due to the coronavirus.
Cape May County Health Officer Kevin Thomas is asking campgrounds to delay their opening until May 11th. Thomas says this will be a good way to reduce and discourage the number of visitors to the County during the coronavirus outbreak. Thomas says 25 percent of the County population is over 65 years of age and…
Cape May County officials are asking the public to provide some much needed medical supplies, if they have them in their possession. Donations are needed of sealed boxes of gloves, masks, and personal protective equipment. If you can donate, call Cape May County Office of Emergency Management at 609-600-5055.
There are two more cases of coronavirus in Cape May County. County health officials announced on Monday that two more cases of coronavirus are confirmed, which brings the county’s total to five. The County reports that the two latest victims are a 71 year old woman, and a 50 year old man. The County says…
Elective surgeries in New Jersey will come to an end Friday at 5:00pm. Governor Phil Murphy announced that all elective surgeries will be cancelled and rescheduled after the coronavirus. Murphy says medical resources can be put to better use.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced Monday that he’s aware of at least 8,000 jobs that are open and need to be filled during the coronavirus. Murphy says many supermarkets are hiring, and need help immediately. At least two grocery store chains in our region have signs up in their stores, actively seeking employees.
Low level offenders will be released from county jails this week. Governor Phil Murphy announced Monday that this move is being done to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. He says New Jersey will be the first state to do so.