846 people have died as a result of coronavirus in New Jersey; that number is higher than the number of state residents who died during the September 11, 2001 attack on America. Governor Phil Murphy says 34,124 residents have contracted the virus. As of early Saturday afternoon, Cape May County remains the only New Jersey…
Cape May County has announced the first coronavirus testing site. County officials announced Friday evening that the drive thru testing site will be by appointment only, once a week, and available only for CompleteCare patients, as well as County residents who are sick with symptoms of the virus. The phone number to call is 609-465-0258.
646 people have died from coronavirus in New Jersey. Those sobering numbers were announced Friday by the New Jersey Department of Health. New Jersey is closing in on 30,000 total cases during this outbreak, with every county affected. Governor Phil Murphy calls it “the fight of our lives”.
Governor Phil Murphy has ordered all flags at half staff in New Jersey immediately, and indefinitely. Murphy says the move is being made to honor those who have died from coronavirus in the Garden State. Towns around Cape May County started to lower their flags Friday afternoon.
It’s not a good idea to drive to Delaware with New Jersey tags. Delaware Police have been pulling over anyone with out of state tags, ordering them to go back to their home state or to shelter in place. New Jersey hasn’t taken this action just yet, but various executive orders are limiting non-essential travel,…
Cape May County now reports 49 total cases of coronavirus, with three dozen still remaining active. Lower Township has seven cases, while Middle Township and Avalon each have five apiece, and Wildwood, Wildwood Crest, and Upper Township, four cases apiece.
Three more New Jersey beach towns are closing their beaches due to coronavirus. Mantoloking, Bay Head, and Point Pleasant Beach will all close their beaches as of Friday. Officials say the mounting numbers of visitors have forced their hand with this move.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced Thursday that 362,000 people have filed for unemployment during the Covid-19 pandemic. Murphy says he understands payments are behind due to the overwhelming demand, but everyone will be made whole.
New Jersey’s death toll has climbed during the coronavirus outbreak. New figures released Wednesday by the New Jersey Department of Health now reports that 537 people have died of the virus in the Garden State. New Jersey now has 25,590 cases of coronavirus. This is a one day increase in the death toll of 182…
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced that the first remote hospital is scheduled to open on Monday. Murphy says there are hundreds of hospital beds available at the Meadowlands Exposition Center. The hospital has been an effort involving the United States Army Corps of Engineers.