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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
WILMINGTON — Gov. Jon Carney formally extended the state’s Public Health Emergency order another 30 days on Friday which to allows its medical providers to continue COVID-19 vaccination … more
The Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, held July 31 to Aug. 4 in San Diego, offered some new insights into COVID-19’s impact on memory and thinking skills. The … more
DOVER — Funding for the state’s pandemic emergency housing program is set to run out at the end of the month, which will affect 436 households. The program, established in 2020, used … more
DOVER — All three of Delaware’s counties are now in the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s red category as of Thursday, which means high levels of COVID-19 … more
DOVER — Kent County nonprofits will be able to apply for their share of $8 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding and State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds starting July 28 at 8 … more
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health is encouraging Delawareans, who are eligible, to get a booster now to protect against new COVID-19 variants like BA.5. The division said not to … more
DOVER — After a review of Vital Statistics records, Delaware is nearing 3,000 COVID-19-related deaths. The Delaware Division of Public Health said Friday it found 11 COVID-19-related deaths … more
DOVER — The Delaware State Housing Authority has announced the launch of the Delaware Mortgage Relief Program, designed to assist eligible households who experienced a COVID-19-related … more
NEW CASTLE — The Delaware Division of Social Services will issue emergency benefits for June to eligible households as part of the state’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 public health … more
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