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DOVER — Now that the first installment of the $350 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding allocated to governments across the nation has been delivered, the challenge locally is … more
The Wicomico County Health Department will offer walk-in and scheduled Covid-19 vaccine appointments for the Janssen (1 dose) and Moderna (2 doses) vaccines at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center … more
DAGSBORO — A noteworthy piece of history built several decades before the Revolutionary War is set to reopen its doors to the public following a 16-month closure during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health announced a $15 million partnership Monday with the Delaware Department of Education and Quidel Corp. to provide comprehensive COVID-19 testing, processing and reporting in the state’s schools. more
WILMINGTON — Normally, when Sophie Poindexter receives a phone call from a number she doesn’t recognize, she lets it go to voicemail. But for some reason, she answered a call from an unknown number a couple weeks ago. On the other line was Dr. Karyl Rattay, director of the Delaware Division of Public Health. more
DOVER — Kendrick Hicks wanted to be on campus for his final year at Delaware State University. The rising senior and aspiring recording artist has goals he wants to achieve as he enters … more
The COVID-19 comeback across the U.S. is putting pressure on hospitals at a time when some of them are busy just trying to catch up on surgeries and other procedures that were put on hold during the … more
DOVER — As COVID-19 hospitalizations creep higher in Delaware, eight more cases of the delta COVID-19 variant were identified by the Delaware Division of Public Health laboratory through … more
DOVER — The Kent County Coalition, focused on COVID-19 vaccine equity, administered its 9,000th dose earlier this month. The coalition has been working since March and is a partnership … more
WILMINGTON — Gov. John Carney said he hopes Delaware will never have to declare a COVID-19 State of Emergency again, as Tuesday marked the first day the state was not under a State of Emergency … more
NEW CASTLE – Beginning Thursday, Delaware’s largest COVID-19 testing partner, Curative, Inc., will shift completely from using a self-administered saliva-based test to a self-administered … more
WILMINGTON — Delaware’s COVID-19 State of Emergency order has officially expired as of July 13. The order was replaced by a Public Health Emergency order, signed by Gov. John Carney on Monday. … more
DOVER — It had been 489 days since Dover City Council last met in a live session inside of council chambers at City Hall. That all changed at 7:30 on Monday night when Elder Ellis Louden … more
With the end of the State of Emergency in Delaware on July 13, the Department of Health and Social Services is affirming Delaware’s 86 long-term care facilities (LTCs) will continue to follow the … more
DOVER — While the delta variant, a mutation of COVID-19 with increased transmissibility, has been detected in Delaware, people who are fully vaccinated are protected against coronavirus and its … more
The National Guard was ready and waiting. Airman First Class Dakeem Blackiston, the vaccinator, was armed with about a dozen doses of COVID-19 vaccine — a mix of Pfizer and one-shot Johnson & Johnson shots. more
DOVER – No COVID-19-related deaths were reported this week, leaving the number of Delawareans who have passed away from complications unchanged at 1,695, Delaware’s Division of Public … more
The state of Delaware will rely on the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention following its announcement that vaccinated teachers and students need not wear masks indoors, officials said Friday. more
DOVER — There has not been a death announced due to COVID-19-related complications by the Delaware Division of Public Health since June 30, a span of eight days. The news regarding the … more
DOVER — As COVID-19-related statistics released by the state Tuesday remained largely unchanged, opportunities for vaccinations via mobile units continue to be available. Two vaccination … more
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