Delaware Governor John Carney announced Thursday that he is delaying the state from moving into phase 3 of the reopening plan due to people not following basic public health precautions.
Gov. John Carney announced that Delaware will lift the ban on short-term rental units and the mandatory 14-day quarantine for out-of-state travelers on June 1.
Governor John Carney announced that churches and other house of worship can hold in-person services with 30 percent occupancy and strict social distancing guidelines in place.
Governor John Carney released guidance for Phase 1 of Delaware’s rolling reopening plan.
Some Delaware small businesses reopened on Friday under guidelines set by health officials, as the state aims to widen its economic reopening in early June.
Delaware health officials have reported 4,655 cases of coronavirus, with 144 virus-related deaths
Delaware health officials reported nearly 150 more cases of the novel coronavirus on Friday, bringing the total to 1,625 amid the global pandemic.
Gov. John Carney’s order allows any Delaware law enforcement officer to stop a vehicle with out-of-state tags except when they’re traveling on interstates.
There are currently 450 coronavirus cases in the state of Delaware, with 14 reported deaths.
Delaware health officials on Thursday announced two COVID-19 related deaths and 22 additional cases, which raises the statewide total to 165.
Delaware Gov. John Carney ordered all Delaware schools to remain closed through at least Friday, May 15 to fight the spread of coronavirus.
Gov. John Carney ordered Delaware beaches closed Saturday to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
A state of emergency has taken effect in Delaware due to the novel coronavirus.
A law in Delaware that raises the legal age for smoking and buying tobacco products goes into effect Tuesday.