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GEORGETOWN — Sussex County’s CHEER is receiving more than a quarter-million federal dollars to support COVID-19 recovery. more
DOVER — The clock said 3:42 a.m. on Thanksgiving morning and the hallways of the hospital were empty when James Frisa passed away due to complications from the COVID-19 virus. His wife, … more
Curative Inc., one of the state’s main COVID-19 testing partners, will start billing insurance beginning Sunday. Those getting tested at Curative’s sites should remember to bring their … more
Gov. John Carney extended Delaware’s public health emergency order by another 30 days Thursday. more
NEW CASTLE — The Delaware Division of Social Services will issue emergency benefits Thursday to eligible households as part of the state’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 public health … more
DOVER — Delaware is experiencing a rise in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, but both remain significantly lower than during the winter surge, the Delaware Division of Public Health said in … more
The Delaware State Housing Authority announced Thursday that eligible renters can now receive up to 18 months of rental and utility assistance through its Delaware Housing Assistance Program, up from 15 months. more
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced the launch of the Center for Forecasting and Outbreak Analytics Tuesday night, which seeks to act as the equivalent of the National … more
DOVER — With the city of Philadelphia reinstating an indoor face-covering requirement this week, Delaware Republican senators have asked the Delaware Division of Public Health not to follow … more
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health launched a COVID-19 test-to-treat program Thursday — part of a federal initiative aimed at providing convenient testing and treatment … more
DOVER — As Delaware’s COVID-19 statistics have dipped in a post-omicron surge world, so has the public’s interest in the virus. Web traffic to the state’s online COVID-19 … more
The Social Security Administration will resume live services at its offices this week. more
When Dr. Jonathan Kaufmann’s son needed an ophthalmology appointment, the family did not drive more than an hour to Nemours Eye Clinic in Wilmington. Rather, the exam was done virtually in the parking lot of his son’s school. What could have been a four-hour excursion, Dr. Kaufmann said, took just 15 minutes. more
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health will close its four standing COVID-19 vaccination sites Thursday, the agency announced Friday. The decision was made due to declining … more
DOVER — The Delaware State Housing Authority announced Thursday that it has awarded $2.5 million in Community Navigation Program grants to 15 community partner organizations throughout the … more
DOVER — As most COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted across the country, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released a new community-level tracker that analyzes counties based … more
DOVER — The House Judiciary Committee voted to move forward with House Substitution 1 for House Bill 302 on Wednesday which criminalizes the creation or possession of an altered or fake vaccination document, including any electronic vaccination card. more
WILMINGTON — Nearly $17 million is coming to Delawareans impacted by COVID-19, as well as health care professionals at the Department of Health and Social Services’ 24/7 … more
It has been two years since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 as a global pandemic. On Thursday, the Delaware General Assembly unanimously passed a measure declaring March 11, as … more
DOVER — There is still a plentiful supply of COVID-19 vaccines in Delaware, more than a year after a shortage during the early stages of the rollout. More than 2 million vaccine doses have … more
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