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When COVID-19 took hold and society started to shut down in March of 2020, hundreds of Latinos in Sussex County worried it would delay their American dream. Specifically, they worried about … more
The Delaware Restaurant Association on Tuesday released the results of a recent hospitality industry survey conducted to better understand challenges and opportunities approximately three months after COVID-19 restrictions were lifted. more
CAMBRIDGE — On Aug. 13, Apostle John Cornish opened St. John’s Holiness Church for a COVID-19 vaccination clinic and praise in an effort to defeat the virus. “As a leader of my … more
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health continues to issue reminders for Delawareans who registered in the Vaccine Administration Management System to get their second dose of the … more
Sitting outside a grocery store in Georgetown on an August afternoon, Dr. Rama Peri waited hopefully. Armed with doses of COVID-19 vaccine, she had set herself up in an area where Latinx residents … more
Protests over masking in schools played out in school board meetings all across the state over the past two weeks. The discussion was not always cordial. Several meetings were forced to take … more
DOVER — Mobile units to provide COVID-19 vaccines to underserved communities will be available at locations throughout the state next week, the Delaware Division of Public Health said. The … more
Millions of American renters wiped their brows with relief last month when President Joe Biden and his administration extended the eviction moratorium. Now, they’re starting to sweat once again after the Supreme Court’s decision to block the ban Thursday. more
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health reported 547 new positive cases of COVID-19 in Friday’s update — the largest single-day total since Feb. 5 when there were 572. The … more
U.S. Rep. Andy Harris told Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce members that the benefits of Covid-19 vaccines far outweigh the risks, especially for older adults and people who have pre-existing … more
DOVER — The Kent County Coalition is no longer giving out hundreds of COVID-19 vaccines per day, like it was doing between March and May. But each dose administered is still a victory for the Rev. Rita Paige, one of the coalition’s leaders. more
DOVER — Twelve new COVID-19-related deaths were announced by the Delaware Division of Public Health on Wednesday, nine of which were due to a review of Vital Statistics records from March, June … more
BALTIMORE — The Alice Byrd Tawes Nursing Home in Crisfield is no longer on the Maryland Department of Health’s list of the bottom 10 nursing home facilities in the state ranked by … more
While the past 18 months have been a test for everyone, the time span has been especially challenging for Dr. Steve Leonard. As President and CEO of TidalHealth, the region’s health care … more
GEORGETOWN — Parental discretion is advised. The resounding theme at the Indian River School District’s board of education meeting Monday was that parents and children — not the state nor its Department of Education — should be the ones choosing if a mask will be worn to school. more
The Delaware Division of Social Services will issue emergency benefits to eligible households for August, as part of the state’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 crisis. more
DOVER — A significant percentage of Delaware’s new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are among unvaccinated or only partially vaccinated individuals, according to new data released by … more
DOVER — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration formally approved Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, replacing the emergency use authorization granted by the agency last … more
DOVER — The resurgence of COVID-19 in Delaware will most likely lead to an increase of anxiety, according to local behavioral health experts. Su Chafin, a behavioral health practitioner who … more
DOVER — All Delaware schools are returning to in-person learning over the next few weeks and students, teachers and administrators are required to wear masks. Some parents in Delaware, however, … more
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