‘We’re not going to be in the business of asking people for so-called vaccine passports,’ the governor said, ‘so we know who’s vaccinated and who’s not.’
‘Folks need to take that step and start looking for jobs,’ the governor said. ‘That will be part of the way be we will take. That is the normal requirement.’
The legislators want to know more about state pay raises; a $770,000 program to help DelTech retain instructors; and the $3.6 million for police body cameras.
‘We are balancing the need for a healthy community and a healthy economy, but we can’t let our guard down,’ Gov. John Carney said.
Gov. John Carney said on his Facebook page Thursday morning that he’s deploying Delaware National Guard members to Washington, D.C. Carney said he had talked to District of Columbia authorities and the National Guard will “support law enforcement and ongoing security efforts after the breach at the Capitol.” After a mob breeched barricades and broke into the U.S. Capitol …
‘If there is doubt, we ask that schools remain in the remote setting for the safety of staff and students,’ DSEA president Stephanie Ingram said.