The last time Cape May County reported zero new COVID-19 cases was on April 5th. Almost two months to the day later, the county is able to report that same number.

On Wednesday, health officials in Cape May County reported no new COVID-19 cases.

The day before, Cape May County reported only two new COVID-19 positives.

"Our Health Department has done amazing work with the health community and now private companies who are stepping up to providing COVID-19 testing," said Freeholder Jeff Pierson in a press release. "We continue to see more testing options for residents and encourage anyone who thinks they might have symptoms to get tested."

Officials went on to say that for the week of May 17th to 23rd, 2,174 COVID-19 tests were performed and only 56 positive results came back.

While the numbers continue to drop, testing is still widely available across the county. Testing locations include Cape Regional Hospital and Urgent Care locations, Complete Care Health Network, and CVS in Seaville.

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