And the good news keeps coming. On Friday, 51 people were hospitalized in Delaware because of COVID-19. And only 48 new cases were reported on a seven-day average. The numbers illustrate the decline in the number of new cases, hospitalizations and deaths. As of Thursday, a state Division of Public Health press release said, there have been 109,005 positive …
Also, Division of Public Health announced it will stop using Johnson & Johnson vaccine for the time being
As of Friday, 544,615 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given to Delawareans
Most of the variant cases were found in adults and in New Castle County
The state opens vaccine registry to those 50-plus and official says it’s most efficient way to get vaccine
The state has created a way for people to report violations of the state’s vaccine policy
The plan even embraces a mobile vaccination bus called the “Vax Machine,” which make rounds of community sites.
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.
Minorities have only gotten 6 percent of the vaccine that has been given out, and the state is worried about seniors who have mobility issues or don’t have computers.
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