Nearly two and a half million face masks will be delivered to schools throughout New Jersey. Governor Murphy says the masks are coming from the feds and will be made available to both students and staff around the state. Masks will be prioritized to low income areas first.
As of Thursday, there will be no indoor dining or drinking past 10:00pm, and no bar stools either. Governor Murphy highlighted a new executive order that goes into effect on November 12th designed to slow the spread of coronavirus. Murphy says tables inside will be allowed to be closer than six feet apart but only…
There will be no interstate youth sports featuring New Jersey kids starting Thursday. Governor Murphy announced Monday that the interstate ban goes into effect on Thursday, and will include high school sports. Murphy says it’s another way to slow the spread of coronavirus.
There have been over 7,000 new cases of coronavirus in New Jersey since Saturday. State officials announced over 2,000 new cases on Monday and 11 new deaths. There are more than 1,500 hospitalizations in the Garden State.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will announce later today that bars and restaurants will have to close indoor service by 10:00pm. That new restriction is expected to occur later this week. All interstate youth sports to be held indoors will also be cancelled as well, according to various reports. Murphy addresses the virus later today.
Ocean City is moving forward with a new public safety building. Mayor Jay Gillian announced that city council approved the first reading of the bond ordinance last week. Gillian says the new building will house police, fire, EMT’s dispatch, and emergency management operations.
Cape May County is nearing 300 resident coronavirus cases. 24 new cases were reported on Sunday, including six in Lower Township, which now has 59 total cases. Three new cases were reported in both Middle and Upper Townships.
New Jersey had over 5,000 coronavirus cases over the weekend. State officials say there were 2,043 new cases on Sunday, along with four new deaths. On Saturday, over 3,000 new cases were announced, the highest one day total since late April.
The Wildwood Public School District has paid out $400,000 in a harassment claim failed by Donna Howard, a high school custodian. The Cape May County Herald reports that the claim was paid over alleged advances by Patrick Quinan, a supervisor at the district. The suit was filed more than two years ago.
Cape May County has 251 cases of resident coronavirus. 29 new cases were added on Saturday, with six being in Lower Township, and six more in. Upper Township. Only Cape May Point and Stone Harbor have no cases of the virus.