There were 38 additional deaths from coronavirus in New Jersey over the past 24 hours. State officials say there were over 3,500 new cases of the virus reported. The rate of transmission bumped back up to 1.05.
The State of New Jersey believes all schools will return to a full schedule of in-school learning after this summer. Governor Murphy held his first briefing of the week, and stated that the expectation is that schools will be open full time this fall. There have been fewer than 1,000 Covid-19 cases directly attributed to…
North Wildwood Police have partners with the #Whatsmyname Foundation to place signs in the community regarding ride sharing safety. The new signs come on the heels of the State’s new “Sami’s Law” which requires additional identification from providers of ride share services. Police have placed the signs in Ride Share Zones throughout the city.
Cape May County’s Motor Vehicle Licensing center is closed until March 29th. MVC officials announced late Tuesday that the center is now closed since an employee tested positive for coronavirus. The center was closed last week due to a computer issue.
Cape May County reported 28 new cases of the coronavirus on Tuesday. Half of the communities in the County have fewer then ten community cases of the virus. The County Health Department administered 143 vaccines on Monday.
The Cape May Taxpayers Association is imploring City Council not to allow for open containers and public drinking in public spaces. The Association has issued a press release stating that it is staunchly opposed to this practice.
Sports betting continues to carry gaming halls in Atlantic City. February gaming numbers have been released and they show the casinos taking in 80 percent more in sports betting revenue than they did one year ago. Traditional gaming revenue was up by less than one percent.
New Jersey has confirmed an additional 41 deaths from coronavirus on Tuesday. State officials say there were 3,141 new cases of the virus reported on Tuesday. Nearly two million doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine have been administered to state residents.
The Wildwood Crest Commission meets Wednesday morning largely with routine business on its agenda. The Commission is expected to address an ordinance that regulates the parking of golf carts and motorcycles. It also is expected to address other business involving change orders to contracts, vending machines, and parking meters.
The Greater Wildwood Jaycees have cancelled its Easter Egg Hunt for the spring. The Jaycees made the announcement on their social media page, citing various Covid-19 restrictions that remain in effect in New Jersey.