Amtrak is now requiring all riders to wear facial coverings starting Monday

Amtrak is now requiring all riders in stations, on trains, and on thruway buses wear facial coverings beginning Monday. Amtrak's new policy will require customers wear a facial covering or mask over their nose and...

TSA employees must now wear face protection while working active screening stations

TSA announced today that its employees must wear facial protection while at screening checkpoints. Washington (DC): The Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) announced this evening that they will now require it's employees to wear face...

You better get your mask real fast because starting Tuesday it will be required...

Governor John Carney on Saturday issued the thirteenth modification to his State of Emergency declaration, requiring Delawareans to wear face coverings in public settings, including in grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies, doctor's offices, and...

If your’e not a city of New Castle resident, you can no longer go...

If your'e not a city of New Castle resident, you can no longer go to Battery Park during the pandemic according to a news release from the city of New Castle. New Castle (DE): In...

City of Wilmington pulls event permits through end of June

In the midst of the pandemic, the city of Wilmington pulled all approved permits for events that were planned through the end of June. Wilmington (DE): Mayor Mike Purzycki announced today that all public gathering...

If you are an essential business in Delaware, you must follow these guidelines.

Are you an essential Delaware business? FAQS about the non essential business closure If You Are an Essential Business, Below is Guidance to Keep Your Staff and Your Community Safe. The following COVID-19 infection control measures must...

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