New Jersey is again reporting over 5,000 coronavirus cases over a 24 hour period. Governor Phil Murphy announced Monday that there are 51 additional deaths from the virus. The rate of transmission is now at 1.09 percent which suggests no slowing in the pandemic.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is expected to deliver his State of the State address Tuesday afternoon. Murphy is expected to talk at length about the State’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and discuss some of the financial ramifications it is having on New Jersey’s future budgets.
A marathoner ran the entire length of New Jersey over the weekend, wrapping up his run in Cape May Point Sunday night. 32. year old Cole Crosby ran from High Point to Cape May Point, completing the run in just over 44 hours. The run totaled nearly 200 miles.
Cape May County reported 39 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday. The County is just shy of 600 active cases in the community. There have been nearly 5,000 cases of the virus locally during the pandemic.
The news regarding coronavirus in the State on Sunday was largely poor. New Jersey reported 5,032 new cases of the virus along with 32 new deaths. The rate of transmission is back on the way up at 1.08 percent. Over the past week, the state has averaged over 5,000 new cases per day.
There is one new death to report in Cape May County from coronavirus. County officials announced the passing of a 72 year old man from Woodbine. There are 49 new cases of the virus in the County. Middle and Lower townships continue to have the most cases.
New Jersey broke its own single-day record for the most number of reported coronavirus cases in a single day. State officials confirmed on Saturday 6,435 new cases of the virus, and 102 additional deaths. The good news…the number of those in the hospital with Covid-19 dropped.
A law that would allow legal recreational marijuana use and possession in New Jersey has failed again in Trenton. NJ.com reports that a bill that would clean up previous legislation forwarded, and rejected, by Governor Murphy has failed in the State Senate. One of the issues is a provision if anyone under the age of…
Cape May County officials are reporting the death of a 73 year old man from Lower Township as a result of coronavirus. The County reported 66 new cases of the virus on Friday. Only five local communities are in single digits in terms of the number of resident cases: Avalon, Cape May Point, Stone Harbor,…
New Jersey State Police are searching for a man who robbed two banks in Cape May County. Police say the first robbery took place at a branch of Sturdy Savings Bank in Dennisville when he handed a note demanding money. The second robbery took place this past Thursday at TD Bank in Marmora. Police have…