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Cape May County Opening Second Vaccination Site

Cape May County is prepared to open a second vaccination location to meet the Governor’s expanded vaccine schedule announced on January 7. Cape May County has received 1000 doses per week of the COVID-19 vaccine and has successfully administered approximately 4000 doses which includes the second dose to those in the Governor’s specified phases 1A […]

Convention Center Opens Friday For COVID Vaccinations

Friday is the day that COVID-19 vaccinations will begin at the Atlantic City Convention Center, but public is being advised to be ready for a slow rollout. The Press of Atlantic City quotes AtlantiCare President and CEO Lori Herndon as saying that vaccine doses will be trickling in to the county. The site is anticipated […]

2021 Atlantic County Budget Introduction Delayed by COVID-19 Unknowns

Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson has traditionally presented his annual budget message in January. But due to several unknown costs related to COVID-19, the executive budget presentation has been postponed to February to provide a more accurate financial snapshot for 2021. According to Levinson, the information the county is awaiting includes the certification of the […]

Pair From NJ Receive Trump Pardons

Two prominent local men received last-minute pardons from President Donald Trump, the White House announced early this morning. Former Ocean County Republican Chair George Gilmore, who was convicted in 2019 of failure to pay payroll taxes and making false statements, was granted a full pardon, as was Dr. Frederick Nahas, an Atlantic County surgeon who […]

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Coronavirus live updates: Fauci on how Biden’s COVID plan will affect vaccine rollout

Coronavirus live updates: Fauci on how Biden’s COVID plan will affect vaccine rollout

Myriam Borzee/iStockBy MORGAN WINSOR, ERIN SCHUMAKER, EMILY SHAPIRO and ROSA SANCHEZ, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now infected more than 97 million people worldwide and killed over 2 million of them, according to real-time data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.

Heres how the news is developing Thursday. All ...

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Chrissy Teigen says sobriety is "a different world for me"

Chrissy Teigen says sobriety is "a different world for me"

ABC/Tyler Golden(WASHINGTON D.C.) -- Chrissy Teigenis embracing the sober life. The model, mom, cookbook author and wife ofJohn Legendpostedsome Inauguration Day love to fans Wednesday, in which she describes how keeping her promise to abstain from alcohol has changed her life.

Ahead of Legends performance as part of the Inauguration Day events in D.C. yesterday, Teigen posted some beauti...

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World leaders react to President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration day

World leaders react to President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration day

Demetrius Freeman/The Washington Post via Getty ImagesBy GUY DAVIES, ABC News

(LONDON) -- World leaders have reacted to a "new dawn" in U.S. politics after Joe Biden was sworn is as the 46th president of the United States.

Historic allies in the EU and U.K. have struck the most upbeat tone, with Ursurla von der Leyen, president of the EU Commission, saying theres a "friend in the White House" a...

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Cities, states face 'a lot of uncertainty' as they exhaust vaccine allotments

Cities, states face 'a lot of uncertainty' as they exhaust vaccine allotments

MarsBars/iStockBy MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- Appointments are being canceled, sites are temporarily closing, county waitlists are in the thousands and states are adjusting eligibility timelines as vaccines supplies dwindle nationwide.

With shipments coming weekly, officials say they dont have much visibility on their supplies as they simultaneously schedule first and second doses, ...

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900,000 Americans filed for unemployment insurance last week

900,000 Americans filed for unemployment insurance last week

courtneyk/iStockBy ABC News

(WASHINGTON) -- Some 900,000 workers in the United States lost their jobs and filed for unemployment insurance last week, the U.S. Department of Labor said Thursday.

This is a decrease of 26,000 jobless claims compared to the previous week.

The Department of Labor said Thursday that nearly 16 million people were still claiming some form of unemployment benefits thro...

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Biden's first 100 days live updates: Biden to spend first full day focused on pandemic

Biden's first 100 days live updates: Biden to spend first full day focused on pandemic

Handout/Biden Inaugural Committee via Getty ImagesBy LIBBY CATHEY, ADIA ROBINSON, JACK ARNHOLZ, MEREDITH DELISO and LAUREN KING, ABC News

(WASHINGTON) -- Thursday marks day two of the administration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

Here is how events are unfolding. All times Eastern:

Jan 21, 9:45 am
Fauci returns to a White House press briefing

Continuing its theme that the...

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