Del., Md. Advance COVID-19 Vax Booster Programs

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Delaware and Maryland providers of COVID-19 vaccines can start providing booster shots for vaccines made by Moderna and Johnson and Johnson, to certain populations that have been…

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Prescription Drug Takeback Day Is Saturday

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Old, expired and unused medications can be safely disposed of during the 21st Prescription Drug Take-Back Day this Saturday. Numerous law enforcement agencies are taking part in…

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Del. Weekly COVID-19 Update

The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is providing an update on the most recent statistics related to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Delaware, as of 6…

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Rabid Skunk Discovered In Greenwood

Delaware Public Health has determined that a skunk that attacked a feral cat in Greenwood tested positive for rabies.
The cat got away but was later discovered dead.

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Mixed Results in Del. Cancer Mortality Study

Delaware is making some progress in reducing cancer mortality, but the state holds the 15th-highest rating for cancer mortality in the time frame of 2013-2017, unchanged from…

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Del. Public Health: COVID Takes No Holidays

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Health officials are urging Delawareans and visitors to protect themselves from coronavirus over Labor Day weekend, whether traveling or gathering with others.

Rabies Concern In Kent Co.

Delaware Public Health is alerting visitors and residents in the area of Route 1 and Route 42 in Kent County about a suspected rabies concern.

Del. Listeria Case Linked To Multi-State Outbreak

Delaware Public Health has announced that the state has confirmed one case of Listeria in conection with an outbreak linked to recalled Tyson Foods ready-to-eat chicken products.

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Del. Meets COVID Vax Goal

Delaware has crossed the finish line in reaching a coronavirus vaccination milestone.

According to Delaware Public Health and Governor John Carney,…

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