For many in Cape May County and across the nation, daily life has resumed in many areas of activity, as if the pandemic was largely over.
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Thousands of New Jersey residents will be coming together virtually to make a stand against the opioid epidemic Oct. 6 for the state’s Sixth Annual Knock Out Opioid Abuse Day.
Cape May County announced that three residents died from the coronavirus this week, a 62-year-old Lower Township woman, a 74-year-old Middle Township man, and a 46-year-old Wildwood man.
Gov. Phil Murphy Sept. 7 ordered that the U.S. and New Jersey flags be flown at half-staff at all state buildings and facilities Sept. 8-10, to honor the 27 individuals who have died and four individuals who remain missing in the wake of Tropical Storm Ida.
The county announced four deaths from the coronavirus, a 29-year-old Lower Township man, a 62-year-old Wildwood man, a 79-year-old Middle Township man, and an 87-year-old Upper Township man.
Cape May County announced the deaths of three residents from the coronavirus this week, a 61-year-old Lower Township man, a 65-year-old Upper Township man, and a 92-year-old Middle Township man.
U.S. Jeff Van Drew (R-2nd) issued a statement on the U.S. servicemembers and civilians lost in the suicide bombing in Kabul.