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DOVER — Starting next week, the Delaware Division of Public Health in partnership with the Delaware National Guard are launching mobile units to offer COVID-19 vaccines in underserved … more
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health said there have been a total of 367 breakthrough cases of COVID-19 in Delaware among those fully vaccinated. A breakthrough case is defined as … more
DOVER — As the United States is confronted with an ever-growing surplus of the COVID-19 vaccines, Delaware is one of several states turning down doses from the federal government due to its … more
DOVER — State officials revealed three new prizes for Delaware’s COVID-19 vaccine incentive program on Thursday — two scholarships from Wilmington University and tickets to every … more
DOVER — No additional COVID-19-related deaths were reported Wednesday, leaving Delaware’s total at 1,677 for a fourth straight day. more
MILFORD — The city, in partnership with Downtown Milford Inc.’s Riverwalk Farmers Market, will be sponsoring free weekly COVID-19 vaccine events starting Saturday. more
WILMINGTON — Delaware’s COVID-19 case rate decreased by 41% last week, as the state nears its goal of vaccinating 70% of residents by July 4. Gov. John Carney said Tuesday the state is … more
Health officials plan to shut down Covid-19 mass vaccination sites across Maryland – including the one in Salisbury -- as the state moves to expand its mobile clinics and offer shots through … more
WILMINGTON — More than 200 Delaware small businesses were approved for state grants up to $5,000 to reimburse them for the cost of providing incentives for customers fully vaccinated against … more
DOVER — An odd thing happened as the COVID-19 pandemic took full hold of the United States last summer. Suddenly, as people were stuck at home, they quickly realized that they needed an outlet to feel some sense of normalcy. What better way to relax at home than with a pool in the backyard or by soaking in a hot tub on the deck or patio? more
DOVER — The number of individuals in Delaware hospitals with COVID-19 dropped below 30 for the first time since mid-August of last year. The Delaware Division of Public Health reported 29 … more
FREDERICA — Todd Simonsen was returning from a fire call with the Frederica Volunteer Fire Department when he saw the Kent County Public Library’s bookmobile in the parking lot. It … more
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health reported a total of 344 breakthrough cases of COVID-19, as of Thursday at 6 p.m. The DPH said a breakthrough case is defined as testing … more
DOVER — Delaware is no longer accepting its full allocation of the COVID-19 vaccines from the federal government, due to waning demand. “We already have declined some,” said Gov. … more
DOVER — A coalition formed in Kent County continues to leave no stone unturned in its quest to ensure everyone has access to the COVID-19 vaccines. The coalition, focused on vaccine equity, … more
WILMINGTON — State officials say Delaware is on pace to reach its goal of 70% of Delawareans to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by July 4, and believe the state’s new vaccination … more
DOVER — The first four winners of Delaware’s COVID-19 vaccination-incentive program, DE Wins!, were drawn Monday at the Delaware Lottery office. The prizes included two Delaware State … more
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) released more declining COVID-19 data on Sunday afternoon, revealing that the state added 51 new cases of the coronavirus to its ledger and … more
DOVER — State officials are taking a three-pronged approach in an attempt to increase Delaware’s COVID-19 vaccinations to help reach their goal of 70% Delawareans vaccinated by July … more
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan was in Salisbury on Friday, making a stop at Evolution Craft Brewing Co.’s Public House, where customers were offered a free beer in return for receiving a Covid-19 … more
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