Carney extends state of emergency for another 30 days but says “The precautions you’re...

Although the state of emergency was extended for another thirty days by Governor Carney, the good news is that Delaware's daily positive case count and hospitalizations have been going down each day. WILMINGTON (DE): On...

Governor Carney Extends State of Emergency another thirty days

As Delaware's covid-19 cases continue to rise amid the summer months with beach and tourist travels on the move on Delaware roadways, Delaware Governor John Carney extended the state of emergency another thirty days. This...

In response to hundreds of new positive covid-19 cases in beach towns, Carney orders...

Since Memorial Day, tourists have been flooding the beach and so have the positive cases. Monday saw 98 new cases. The case count has slowly been increasing over the weeks prompting more testing. Wilmington (DE):...

Governor Carney extends state of emergency another 30 days

Delaware Governor John Carney Formally Extends State of Emergency as declarations must be renewed every 30 days. Wilmington (DE): Governor John Carney on Saturday formally extended the State of Emergency declaration in place to limit...

Short-term rental units including vacation home rentals, hotels, motels, and condo rentals now banned...

Commercial lodging in Delaware will remain closed through May 15, or until the public health threat is eliminated, according to a news release from the Governor's Office. Wilmington (DE) Governor John Carney on Monday issued...

Governor Carney Orders Out-of-State Travelers to Immediately Self-Quarantine for 14 Days

As Delaware nearly doubled over the weekend, on Sunday, Governor Carney issued his 7th modification to the state of emergency declaration requiring all out-of-State Travelers to Immediately Self-Quarantine for 14 Days to fight the...

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