Atlantic County COVID-19 Update, Along With Thanks & Appreciation
Atlantic County, New Jersey COVID-19 cases remain relatively low, especially when comparing to other regions in the state and nation.
The credit at this point goes to Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson and his very focused and hard-working Atlantic County Board of Health team.
The Atlantic County Board of Health has done an exemplary job during the COVID-19 pandemic ... even stepping-up their game during the second wave.
And, now we are all benefiting from the ramp-up of the lifesaving COVID-19 vaccines.
With the now FDA approved (emergency approval) Johnson & Johnson vaccine, we now have three (along with Pfizer and Moderna) working vaccines to help take America from pandemic to endemic stage.
Here are the latest statistics for COVID-19 in Atlantic County as follows:
For yesterday, Sunday, February 28, 2021, there was a total of 77 new cases (38 males & 39 females).
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the cumulative totals for Atlantic County are:
As more Atlantic County residents take the COVID-19 vaccine, you can expect these daily numbers to drop even more over the next several months.
When things begin to return to normal, there will be so many heroes to properly thank.
They have risked their own lives to help others. It has been extraordinary to commentate about on-air and to memorialize here about their profound efforts.