While the number of new COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths are dropping as total vaccinations rise, the state is still urging people to be tested for COVID-19. Tracking test results can help the state best deploy resources, and also track cases of the variant strains, which are dominating new cases in Delaware. You do not need an appointment to be …
The number of variant cases continue to rise, but the state only tested 92 samples last week.
Delaware’s number of new COVID-19 cases flattened out in recent weeks and the number of deaths has decreased, but the number of hospitalizations rose, the state said Friday. Gov. John Carney also announced Friday he has extended his emergency order another month, and that the state will reopen a rental assistance program for those whose income has …
As of Friday morning, 303,568 doses of the vaccine have been administered in Delaware.
30 state pop-up testing sites are scheduled, with the most in New Castle County
A new change: The state says people should return to the place they got their first shot to get their second.
6 cases of the more infectious UK strain have been found in Delaware, 4 in New Castle County and 2 in Kent County.
State Walgreens have given 100,000 tests to Delaware residents.
The state of Delaware has 50 pop-up sites planned for the week of Jan. 3.