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DOVER — Gone are days of COVID-19 vaccination sites which host thousands of people in a single day. With 56% of Delawareans 16 years and older having already received at least one dose, … more
WILMINGTON – Following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announcement this week, Gov. John Carney will lift its requirement that Delawareans and visitors must wear face coverings … more
DOVER — Fully vaccinated individuals can stop wearing masks outdoors in crowds and in most indoor settings, per new guidance announced Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and … more
DOVER — CVS Health announced COVID-19 vaccine appointments for adolescents ages 12 to 15 are now available for scheduling at more than 5,600 pharmacy locations nationwide, including eight … more
WILMINGTON — Loosened COVID-19 restrictions will allow more students to board school buses, which should allow more students to return to in-person instruction starting this summer, state … more
DOVER — When it comes to comfort food consumed during the COVID-19 pandemic, it appears as if the wing was king. However, the increased demand for chicken wings over the past 14 months has led to a nationwide shortage of the small but versatile pieces of poultry, which, when seasoned with hot sauce, teriyaki sauce, lemon pepper or a variety of dry rubs, are often the perfect companion to a night out or a sporting event. more
DOVER — The Delaware Department of Correction said that, as of Tuesday, more than 50% of the state’s inmates have received at least the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. In addition, nearly 60% of officers, medical personnel and professional staff are vaccinated. more
DOVER — Dover International Speedway will host walk-up COVID-19 vaccination events Saturday and Sunday during its NASCAR tripleheader weekend, track officials announced Tuesday. more
WILMINGTON — The Delaware Division of Public Health has opened four standalone COVID-19 vaccination clinics this week, including those for the newly eligible 12-and-older age group starting Tuesday. more
DOVER — The Drydene 400 NASCAR Cup Series race, scheduled to take the green flag Sunday at 2 p.m. at Dover International Speedway, is a sellout — with a caveat. more
DOVER — Delaware’s seven-day rolling average for new daily positive COVID-19 cases is down to 170.6 new cases per day — the lowest since Nov. 3 of last year. The Delaware … more
DOVER — No more COVID-19-related deaths were reported in the Delaware Division of Public Health’s daily update, while the number of hospitalizations dropped by 17 and critically ill … more
DOVER — Seven additional deaths connected to COVID-19 were reported in the Delaware Division of Public Health daily update Saturday, raising the state’s total number to 1,636 since March … more
DOVER — As Delaware businesses will expand to full capacity in less than two weeks, the Division of Public Health’s enforcement team will still be checking to ensure the remaining … more
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health closed the state’s COVID-19 vaccine waiting list for new signups on Friday. The DPH instead has a new website which shows available … more
WILMINGTON — Delaware has continued to take its full allotment of COVID-19 vaccines each week from the federal government, but if demand drops further, the state might ask for less supply. more
DOVER — The Delaware COVID-19 Strategic Response Fund’s Community Needs Grants program at the Delaware Community Foundation announced Thursday that it has awarded $210,000 to 21 nonprofit organizations providing services to communities statewide. more
DOVER — A coalition formed in Kent County, with the goal of reaching minority communities with the COVID-19 vaccine, has helped about 6,000 individuals get vaccinated, the Rev. Rita Paige said … more
CVS Health announced Wednesday that it is now offering COVID-19 vaccinations at CVS Pharmacy locations across the country, including 19 locations in Delaware, with no appointment necessary. more
MAGNOLIA — Standing in line to receive food boxes with her kids and other families during the COVID-19 pandemic gave Jennifer Antonik a new perspective. more
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