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DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health closed its COVID-19 call center and vaccine call center due to a low volume of calls on Tuesday. The COVID-19 call center was launched on March … more
Gov. John Carney formally extended the state’s public health emergency by another 30 days Friday. more
DOVER — The state’s COVID-19 testing partner Curative Inc. has decided not to renew its testing contract when it ends in the next two weeks. As a result, Wednesday, Dec. 28 will be the … more
Data about COVID-19 on the Delaware Division of Public Health’s My Healthy Community portal will be reported weekly, rather than daily, as of Thursday. more
NEWARK — ChristianaCare has lifted its COVID-19 visitor restrictions and has returned to standard visitor policy. Visitors no longer will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms at the entrances. … more
A triple threat of viruses is circulating around Delaware, as the calendar turns toward the holiday season. Flu cases are up, as are the instances of respiratory syncytial virus infections. Winter is also the time when COVID-19 cases were the highest the last two years, as individuals spent more time indoors. more
WILMINGTON — Gov. John Carney formally extended the state’s Public Health Emergency by another 30 days on Thursday. The extension allows the state and its medical providers to continue … more
Epidemiologists are urging Delawareans to take measures to protect themselves and others amid a spike in Respiratory Syncytial Virus, or RSV, cases in the state. more
WILMINGTON — Gov. John Carney formally extended the state’s Public Health Emergency by another 30 days on Thursday. The extension allows the state and its medical providers to continue … more
The Delaware Division of Social Services will issue emergency benefits to eligible households for September, as part of the ongoing response to the COVID-19 emergency. more
Gov. John Carney formally extended Delaware’s public health emergency order another 30 days Thursday. more
DOVER — Most of the free at-home COVID-19 tests sent by the federal government in January are likely past their listed expiration date if they weren’t used by August and the program has … more
Maryland residents are trickling into pharmacies across the state for the few available doses of the new and improved – epidemiologists say – Covid-19 vaccine.   Maryland … more
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health announced 28 new COVID-19-related deaths in an update given Friday. Nearly all the deaths were from a review of Vital Statistics records from … more
DOVER — The state has ordered approximately 17,000 doses of bivalent COVID-19 boosters for Division of Public Health clinics and enrolled medical providers. Administration of these updated … more
DOVER — The Kent County Coalition for vaccine equity has received funding for COVID-19 vaccinations in August and September, but is still waiting for a larger grant to carry it through June of … more
The COVID-19 treatment Paxlovid is now available at 146 locations across Delaware, according to the federal government’s Test to Treat program. more
NEWARK — With students due to return to campus, the University of Delaware announced Monday face masks will be required in all classrooms, labs and on school transportation for the first two … more
Despite the continuing nationwide decline in college enrollment, the University of Delaware, Delaware State University and Delaware Technical Community College are expecting student numbers to revert back to pre-pandemic levels this fall. more
DOVER — Not everyone is eligible for a fourth dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, but the Delaware Division of Public Health is hoping those who meet the criteria will consider receiving … more
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