Posts Tagged ‘coronavirus’
Rehoboth Beach Makes Minor Changes In City COVID-19 Protocols
The end of Delaware’s universal indoor mask mandate means some minor changes for COVID-19 protocols for the City of Rehoboth Beach.
VIDEO | Del., Md. COVID-19 Updates
Delaware Governor John Carney and Delaware Public Health Director Dr. Karyl Rattay Tuesday discussed the decision-making behind ending the universal mask mandate and school mask mandate during…Read More
Del. Universal Mask Mandate Will End Fri., School Mask Mandate Expires Mar. 31st
Delaware’s indoor mask mandate under Governor John Carney’s COVID-19 State of Emergency order will expire this Friday morning, February 11th effective at 8:00 a.m.
VIDEO | Md. Gov. Hogan Sets Priorities In His Final State-of-the-State Address
Relief Help Available For Del. Fisheries-Related Businesses Impacted By Pandemic
Delaware’s fishery-related businesses that were significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for relief funding through the Consolidated Appropriations Act.
TidalHealth Makes Adjustments To Hospital Visitation Policy
Del. COVID-19 State of Emergency Revised, Extended
Del. Lawmakers Approve Continuation Of Tax Relief For People Left Unemployed During Pandemic
Health Survey Goes Out To Selected Del. Households
Delaware Public Health has begun a series of community assessments to get a better understanding of the concerns and needs of Delawareans during the COVID-19 pandemic, and…Read More
VIDEO | Md. Tries To Stomp Down COVID-19 Surge
Maryland is making progress in curtailing the spread of coronavirus, two weeks into a 30-day state of emergency.
Governor Larry Hogan…Read More
$107-Million In ARPA Funds Go To 3 Del. Colleges & Universities
Delaware colleges and universities will get shares of a total of $107-million to support COVID-19 pandemic-related projects. The funds come from the American Rescue Plan Act which…Read More
Bayhealth Incentivizes Applicants With Student Loan Relief
Applicants for certain positions with Bayhealth could get help with their student loans.
In an effort to attract needed staff to…Read More
Volunteers Encouraged To Help At Del. Hospitals
Volunteers are encouraged to step forward and help staff at Delaware’s stressed hospitals.
The Delaware Healthcare Association is looking for volunteers…Read More
Worcester Co. Schools Waive 1st-Semester Final Exams For High School Students
First-semester final exams are waived for students at Worcester County Public Schools high schools.
The Board of Education granted that waiver…Read More
Md. To Invest $50-Million To Support Child Care Providers
Maryland plans to provide an additional $50-million in grant funding to support child care providers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to…Read More
VIDEO | Md. Expands Testing, Mask Distribution, Nursing Home Protection Measures
Maryland is taking new action to protect residents and staff at nursing homes and minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19. The state plans to open five…Read More
New COVID-19 Tests, Testing Opportunities Available On Eastern Shore
The Health Departments of Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester Counties are making COVID-19 tests available by appointment, and will make at-home test kits available through local libraries. Supplies,…Read More
Del. Hospitals Implement Changes To Cope With Rising COVID-19 Cases
Beebe Healthcare is postponing non-emergent procedures effective today (Thursday, January 13th).
President and CEO Dr. David Tam said “right now, it’s…Read More
Del. Legislative Committee Hearings Will Take Place Virtually At Least Through Jan.
When Delaware lawmakers resume the General Assembly session Tuesday, House and Senate committees will meet virtually in January utilizing Zoom.
Md. Opens Homeowner Assistance Fund
Maryland homeowners who struggle with housing expenses due to financial hardships related to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible for assistance under the new Maryland Homeowner Assistance…Read More
Md., Del. COVID Updates: Gov. Hogan Declares 30-Day State Of Emergency
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has declared a 30-day state of emergency in response to rising rates of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
Md. To Require Masks Indoors At State Agencies In Public, Shared Spaces
Del. Parks, Some DNREC Operations Adjusted In January
The Delaware Department of Natural Resources is making some changes in response to the recent surge in coronavirus cases.
State parks,…Read More
Beebe Healthcare Revises Visitation Rules
Beebe Healthcare is revising its visitor restrictions effective New Year’s Day.
In-patients at the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus are now…Read More
Del. COVID-Related Hospitalizations Climb Close To 500 Statewide
Delaware concludes 2021 with 485 people in hospitals statewide for COVID-19 complications, the highest number yet since the beginning of the pandemic. Also, on Wednesday, a one-day…Read More