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DELAWARE CITY — The mass COVID-19 testing site at the Delaware City Division of Motor Vehicles is now accepting drive-ins, as the state continues its decline from the peak of a winter surge of the virus. more
DOVER — Ninety percent of Delaware’s new COVID-19 hospitalizations for the week of Jan. 10-16 occurred in individuals who have not received a booster dose of the vaccine. That’s 390 … more
DOVER — Some have left the field, others elected to retire early and there’s even more who are on the sidelines for a week or two waiting to be cleared from quarantine or … more
TidalHealth’s Mobile Integrated Health/SWIFT team made history in December by administering the first home-based monoclonal antibody infusion in Maryland to Steven Webster of Mardela … more
DOVER — Delaware’s public schools posted their highest weekly total of in-person contagious COVID-19 cases among students so far this school year, according to the Delaware Division of … more
Cases of COVID-19 are at an all-time high, putting tests in high demand and leading the Delaware Division of Public Health to say that anyone who is sick should assume it’s a case of the coronavirus and stay home except to test. more
To help Dorchester County grapple with the rapidly spreading COVID-19 omicron variant, the health department has expanded drive-thru testing hours and capabilities. The department’s … more
WILMINGTON — Eighty-eight percent of Delaware’s positive COVID-19 cases for the week of Jan. 3-9 occurred in people who have not received a booster dose of vaccine, Delaware Division of … more
DOVER — The Delaware Healthcare Association is asking for volunteers to sign up to provide staffing support for Delaware hospitals during the current COVID-19 surge. A new online sign-up … more
DOVER — The COVID-19 pandemic has caused lasting damage, but it has also been a catalyst for change for some industries in the First State and around the globe. more
WILMINGTON — Gov. John Carney announced Tuesday a one-time mask distribution to the state’s schools as Delaware State Education Association president Stephanie Ingram called upon school … more
A “significant surge” in Covid-19 cases continues in Wicomico County even as it begins to wane in other parts of the state, Lori Brewster, Health Officer for Wicomico County, told County … more
DELAWARE CITY — The Delaware City Division of Motor Vehicles is doubling as a mass COVID-19 testing site for the next three weeks. The site, which opened Monday through a partnership between … more
SEAFORD — Sussex County’s hospitals have never seen anything like this. With record-setting admissions, spurred on by the current COVID-19 surge and the highly transmissible omicron … more
WILMINGTON — A mass COVID-19 testing site will open Monday at the Delaware City Division of Motor Vehicles, the state announced Friday. The free testing site will remain open until Monday, … more
As testing ramps up to gauge the presence and spread of COVID-19 driven by the omicron variant, demand is outweighing supply nationwide. more
DOVER — There have been a little more than 2,100 breakthrough COVID-19 cases in Delaware since Dec. 1, 2021, among individuals who received a booster/additional dose of vaccine, the Delaware Division of Public Health said. more
LEWES — Beebe Healthcare will be postponing all non-emergency surgeries effective Thursday. However, the health system said in a press release it is not yet at the stage where it would be … more
WILMINGTON — A mass COVID-19 testing site will be coming to Delaware in the coming weeks with help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. more
WILMINGTON — ChristianaCare’s intensive care unit was operating at 170% of its capacity last weekend, while its Wilmington Hospital had as many COVID-19 patients in the emergency room Tuesday morning as it had emergency room capacity. more
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