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Cape May County Confirms Eight New Cases of Coronavirus

first_imgNORTH WILDWOOD31 MUNICIPALITYACTIVE CASESREPORTED TODAYOFF QUARANTINEDEATHS TOTAL CASES IN CAPE MAY COUNTY187 The Cape May County Health Department on Wednesday reported eight new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number to 187 countywide. However, no new deaths were reported.All active cases are either in isolation at their residence or being treated at the hospital.“COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to rise in Cape May County. Now is not the time to become complacent,” Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton said in a press release. “We must continue to stay home to protect ourselves, our families, and our community.”Thornton cautioned, “If you must go out, please make as few trips as possible and wear a mask to protect not only yourself, but other people as well. We need all residents to continue to heed these efforts to protect our vulnerable populations, our health care workers and frontline responders.”Following is a breakdown of the confirmed coronavirus cases for each municipality in Cape May County: LOWER TOWNSHIP58248 WEST CAPE MAY1 WOODBINE2 TOTAL DECEASED WILDWOOD1221 OCEAN CITY122 Most of the patients hospitalized are 65 or older, and all of the deaths have occurred in patients 72 or older.Slowing the spread of COVID-19 through rigorous social distancing is now a major priority for all Americans. But avoiding the illness is especially important for people who are most susceptible to the severe form of COVID-19. If you’re in one of the vulnerable groups below, see below for advice.Groups vulnerable to COVID-19:People 60 and olderPeople with weakened immune systems due to chronic illness or medications, including people with autoimmune disease or transplants who are taking immunosuppressive drugs, people with AIDSPeople with serious long-term health conditions including diabetes, heart disease and lung disease such as emphysema and moderate asthmaThere is currently no evidence that pregnant women are at higher risk of contracting COVID-19 or developing severe illness from it, but extra caution is advised because pregnant women are more susceptible to many viral infectionsIf you’re in a group at higher risk for serious illness from COVID-19, taking action to reduce your risk of exposure is especially important, and you should have a plan in place in the event you do become ill.Take precautions:Maintain social distancing in all settings, including maintaining a 6-foot distance from other people.Wash your hands with soap frequently throughout the day at home, immediately upon return home from being out, and after any contact with others.Regularly disinfect any shared surfaces. Soap and water are adequate if disinfectant is not available.Watch for warning signs of severe COVID-19 infection:If you develop severe symptoms associated with COVID-19, seek emergency medical attention right away by calling 911. Those symptoms can include:Severe difficulty with breathingPersistent chest painFeverIf you do call 911, notify the dispatch personnel that you have, or are being evaluated for COVID-19. If possible, put on a face mask before emergency medical services arrive.Stay up to date on the current situation as it evolves. Some reliable sources are the New Jersey Poison Information and Education System hotline at 1-800-222-1222 or visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at www.cdc.gov, the World Health Organization at www.who.int and the New Jersey Department of Health at www.nj.gov/health.For additional information, visit the Cape May County Department of Health at www.cmchealth.net. TOTAL ACTIVE160 FEMALES104 Of the patients who have tested positive to date, the age breakdown is as follows: WEST WILDWOOD1 17 CAPE MAY CITY12 CAPE MAY POINT0 TOTAL187 POSITIVE CASES BY AGE GROUP WILDWOOD CREST8 MIDDLE TOWNSHIP3723 STONE HARBOR0 TOTAL RECOVERED 41 – 6577 UPPER TOWNSHIP12111 10 SEA ISLE CITY11 MALES83 DENNIS TOWNSHIP811 18 – 4045 AVALON42 0-174 OVER 6561 AGE GROUPNUMBERlast_img read more


SBF Petroleum Jaguars One-Day League… Johnson’s breezy ton sets up

first_imgcrushing 141-run win for GeorgetownBy Clifton RossSKIPPER Leon Johnson reminded the masses of his class after his magical century sealed an emphatic 141 run win for Georgetown in yesterday’s match against East Bank.The Bourda ground was more kind to Georgetown which snapped their 4-match losing streak to pile up a mammoth 292-6 in 50 overs, with the captain stealing the show with a throwback innings of 104 from 111 deliveries, decorated with 9 eye-catching fours.All-rounder Chris Barnwell narrowly missed a half-century as he clobbered three fours and as many sixes in his whirlwind 49 from 34 balls.A resistant knock of 60 from Captain Vishal Singh was the highlight of the East Bank innings. The former Windies Test player was rock solid as usual, hitting a single boundary during his stay.Coupled with 40 from Yudister Persaud, the visitors could only muster 151-5 when their overs expired as the Georgetown bowlers did well to share the wickets.During the chase, centurion from the last game, Trevon Griffith, gifted his wicket to good mate Barnwell, but not before smoking three fours and a six in a blistering knock of 20.Further inroads brought Singh to the crease, and he worked extremely hard for his half-century but the mountain of runs proved to be too much, even with their Skipper batting out the innings with 5 wickets in hand.Earlier, Georgetown’s Winston Forrester was promoted up the order and hit three fours before falling to Kishan Singh (2-52), the most successful bowler.Former West Indies U-19 youth batsman Joshua Persaud, also shook his scratchy form to hit 24 from 28, finding the boundary on three occasions but also failed to carry on.Johnson, the 5-time Regional 4-Day title winning skipper, finally made amends for his cold start to the tournament as his half-century kept the East Bank bowlers constantly searching for wickets following the departure of the openers.The Captain’s 50 arrived with five fours under his belt with Raymond Perez (27) providing ideal support from the other end with his turning over of the strike.The left-hander motored on and with Perez standing his ground, the two brought up Georgetown’s first 100 partnership of the tournament.When Perez fell, Johnson continued to find the boundary and when Barnwell came to the crease, it was then that the bowlers felt the brunt.The right-hander hammered anything loose while Johnson oozed with class to reach his milestone at nearly a run-a-ball.Sherfane Rutherford then denied the former Windies T20 player the chance to get to 50 when he was caught behind; inevitably bringing an end to the free flow of runs as the innings came to an end.last_img read more