DENNIS TOWNSHIP0 MIDDLE TOWNSHIP3 WEST CAPE MAY0 TOTAL9 WILDWOOD CREST0 NORTH WILDWOOD0 LOWER TOWNSHIP1 The first phase of vaccinations is getting underway in the county. WOODBINE0 The Cape May County Department of Health reported three new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the total number to nine in the county.A 60-year-old female, a 54-year-old female and a 19-year-old female are the latest people to be infected. Of the nine total confirmed coronavirus cases in Cape May County, all of the people are recovering at their homes, with the exception of one who is doing well at an out of county hospital, according to a county press release.The Cape May County Department of Health is the lead agency for investigation of confirmed cases of COVID-19, which includes a comprehensive contact tracing.During an investigation, the Health Department determines who came in close contact with anyone infected with coronavirus and makes the appropriate recommendations to those individuals, including isolation and quarantine.In New Jersey, more than 4,402 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 62 deaths have been reported so far.The following is a breakdown of coronavirus cases in Cape May County by municipality: CAPE MAY CITY1 SEA ISLE CITY1 MUNICIPALITYNUMBER CAPE MAY POINT0 UPPER TOWNSHIP1 WILDWOOD0 OCEAN CITY1 AVALON1 STONE HARBOR0 WEST WILDWOOD0 Residents are urged to continue to take simple steps to reduce the spread of COVID-19:Wash your hands with liquid soap and water, and rub for at least 20 seconds, or use alcohol-based sanitizer if soap and water are not available;Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing;Stay home if you are sick;Regularly clean high-touch surfacesWhen you have to go out for essential items, practice social distancing, minimize your time out and wash your hands as soon as possible afterwardStay 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, 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 website at www.cmchealth.net.
Share LocalNews Four charities to benefit from Digicel’s top up and donate promotion by: – June 7, 2012 Sharing is caring! Share Share Tweet 27 Views no discussions Thursday 7th June, 2012 – Roseau, Dominica: As part of its promise to move its communities forward in a positive way, Digicel today launched a brand new Top-up promotion in which it will donate 20% of the value of every Top-up transaction to four needy Dominican charities – Infirmary, House of Hope, Workshop for the Blind, Dominica Association of Persons with Disabilities. Today, Thursday 7th June, Digicel prepaid customers who Top-up will be supporting these four charities, because when a customer Tops-up today, Digicel will donate 20% of the value of the Top-up to the charities in cash. So, for example, if a customer Tops-up with $10, Digicel will donate $2 in cash to the charities. Digicel Dominica Country Manager, Richard Stanton, said; “As part of our promise to give back to our communities, we are proud to be donating 20% of the value of every single Digicel Top-up today to four worthy charities. We are particularly excited about this Top-up promotion as our customers directly impact the value of the donation – the more Top-up transactions that take place today, the more money we will donate to these charities. As such, we are encouraging all customers to –Top-up today and know that 20% of the value of their Top-up will be donated in cash by Digicel.”Digicel is also encouraging its loyal postpaid customers to support this worthy cause by simply making a contribution in a special box provided at the Digicel Flagship store on Corner of Great George and Great Marlborough Steet or at the Corporate Office on Dame Eugenia Charles Boulevard. Customers can Top-up at any local vendor nearest to them on Thursday 7th June, 2012. The lucky four charities qualified for this donation will be announced on the Kairi FM, DBS and Q95 radio stations by 13th June. Press Release
SEOUL, South Korea (CMC):Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz went through the final practice session yesterday as they put the finishing touches on their preparation for their international friendly against South Korea here today.The contest is expected to be a tough one for the Caribbean side, with South Korea ranked 53rd in the latest FIFA rankings, and Jamaica ranked four spots below.Also, South Korea have been in imperious form in their World Cup Qualifying (WCQ) campaign and currently sit on top of the standings in the second round of the Asian zone, with four wins from as many games. They are preparing to face bottom-placed Myanmar in their next qualifier next month.troubled startJamaica, meanwhile, had a troubled start to their World Cup qualifying campaign in the CONCACAF zone, going down 3-2 to Nicaragua in the first leg before scrambling a 2-0 win in the away leg in Managua, in order to reach the fourth round.Since their arrival here last weekend, the Jamaicans have battled wintry weather in practice, and temperatures are forecast to plunge to around 158C around game time, slated for 8 p.m. (6 a.m. Jamaica time).Jamaica have been boosted by the inclusion of strikers Giles Barnes of the Houston Dynamo and Darren Mattocks of Vancouver Whitecaps, both of whom were part of the successful squad at the CONCACAF Gold Cup in July.Mattocks has been in superb form, scoring in Jamaica’s last four encounters – both WCQ games against Nicaragua last month, and against Mexico and the United States in the preceding CONCACAF Gold Cup final and semi-final.The Reggae Boyz, the highest-positioned Caribbean side in the FIFA rankings, will use the South Korea game as final preparation for their campaign in the World Cup qualifying fourth round.They have been installed in Group B alongside Costa Rica, Panama and Haiti, and begin their campaign on November 13 against Panama at home in Kingston.JAMAICA SQUAD: Rosario Harriott, Lee Williamson, Simon Dawkins, AndrÈ Clennon, Allan Ottey, Michael Seaton, Deshorn Brown, Shaun Cummings, Jermaine Woozencroft, Ryan Thompson, Adrian Mariappa, Hughan Gray, Joel Grant, AndrÈ Blake, Lance Laing, Giles Barnes, Darren Mattocks, Upston Edwards, Errol Stevens, Ricardo Morris.