Cape May County Sees Spike in COVID-19 Infection

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COURT HOUSE - As of April 5, the NJ Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard reported 77 positive cases and two deaths in Cape May County.

That represents an increase of eight new cases and one additional death since the last bulletin, issued by the county's health department, the day before. The county is now experiencing a significant uptick in confirmed cases of the virus.

In just the first five days of April, the number of confirmed cases in the county has grown from 26 on March 31 to 77 confirmed cases on April 5.

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