As of today in Ventnor, there are 17 confirmed COVID-19 cases. Many expect those numbers to rise.
In Atlantic County, 551 residents have tested positive so far. 29 have died. 108 have been cleared as recovered.
Donations of PPE, personal protective equipment, such as masks, have shored up our ability to protect first responders.
Ventnor COVID-19 Shut-Downs Still In Effect.
- No beach and boardwalk access.
- Closure of all non-essential retail businesses.
- Closure of all recreational and entertainment businesses.
- Stoppage of all non-essential construction projects.
Ventnor will continue to follow all guidance from the Governor of New Jersey during this state of emergency.
Closure of Ventnor beaches, boardwalk and parks continue until further notice. Ventnor wants to discourage a surge in population as the weather gets warmer.
Ventnor City Hall will closely monitor the NJ Governor’s updates. Ventnor will mirror a similar transition plan of loosening restrictions, when and if the time is right.
Ventnor events like the Farmers Market and Block Party are being revamped, rescheduled or canceled on a case-by-case basis.
Ventnor COVID-19 information is subject to frequent change.
Please continue to wear masks in public, practice social distancing, and wash your hands frequently.