Spirit Airlines has cancelled all of its flights out of Newark and some other cities. NJ.com reports that the airline is still scheduling flights out of the Atlantic City International Airport, for now. Flights from Newark, New York, and several other cities are suspended through May 4th.
Gasoline prices have fallen below two dollars per gallon in the Garden State, but they are generally higher in Cape May County. Mid Atlantic AAA reports that prices now average $1.99 per gallon due to the coronavirus crisis. In Cape May County, prices average $2.16 per gallon.
As of early Tuesday morning, Cape May’s beaches and promenade are closed until further notice. Cape May City officials released the official order on Monday, noting the Covid-19 pandemic. Cape May officials they have seen too many large groups gathering, breaking the social distancing guidelines and directives. Beaches are now closed in Cape May, Ocean…
Cape May County is nearing 20 cases of Covid-19. New figures released by the County indicate that five additional cases have been reported, ranting from a 93 year old female to a 35 year old male. Five individuals with coronavirus have fully recovered in Cape May County.
Shore Medical Center in Somers Point is asking employees to take voluntary layoffs. NJ.com reports that a letter was sent to employees in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The medical center notes the “dramatic decrease in revenues”.
Middle Township’s campgrounds remain closed until further notice. Township Mayor Tim Donohue announced that a clarification letter has been received regarding the decision to close campgrounds that requires them to remain closed until further notice. Donohue says the campground owners have accepted the position.
Cape May County’s 16 mayors stand united on two messages: Stay home, and forget about short term rentals for the time being. The County of Cape May issued a statement supporting a message that all of the mayors of Cape May County agreed on Monday. They are urging visitors and property owners to stay home,…
198 people have died from coronavirus in the Garden State. Governor Phil Murphy announced the sobering numbers Monday afternoon. New Jersey now has 16,636 of Covid-19, which represents an increase of over 3,000 new cases.
Governor Phil Murphy has changed his mind. Murphy announced Monday that yes, gun shops are essential businesses in the Garden State and will remain open. This reverses the Governor’s previous policy that ordered the gun shops to remain closed.
The Shop Rite supermarket chain is taking steps to regulate the number of people inside the store at the same time. The supermarket chain announced that some stores will regulate visitation to about 30 percent of regular occupancy. This directive applies to the Shop Rite located in Rio Grande, according to NJ.com.