Sat. Apr. 30th Is Drug Take-Back Day

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Overdoses continue to claim lives: Delaware health officials said suspected overdose deaths rose by 15% in 2021.Expired or unused medications around the house could get into the wrong hands, and the 22nd DEA TakeBack Day is an opportunity to safely dispose of meds. Many local police departments will be open to accept unwanted medications –…

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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 the twice-yearly event. According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, last April in Delaware more than 5,100 pounds of medications were collected at 25 locations. The chief purpose of…

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Del. Meets COVID Vax Goal

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Delaware has crossed the finish line in reaching a coronavirus vaccination milestone. According to Delaware Public Health and Governor John Carney, just over 70% of adults have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, reaching the goal before July 4th as stated by President Biden. “Delawareans have pulled together, done their part and gotten…

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Del. Phases Out Wait List For COVID Vax Appointments

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Delaware is no longer operating a wait list for a COVID-19 vaccination, effective at 3:00 p.m. today (Friday). According to Delaware Public Health, the state is entering a new phase with its program as more vaccine becomes available. DPH will now advise Delawareans about the multiple ways to get vaccinated with or without an appointment…

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Del. Makes Vax Appointments Available For People 50+

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Delawareans age 50 and older can now register for the state’s COVID-19 vaccine wait list. Appointments can be requested at https://vaccinerequest.delaware.gov/s/?language=en_US Large vaccination events will be held Saturday and Sunday of this weekend at Dover International Speedway. According to the Delaware Division of Public Health, appointments will be scheduled subject to a person’s risk factors,…

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Delaware Numbers Continue to Trend Lower & Those Fully Vaccinated to See More Freedom

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Since mid-January Delaware’s coronavirus numbers have begun to reverse – and on Monday Delaware’s hospitalizations dropped below 100 for the first time since last fall. During this week’s coronavirus update Governor John Carney had good news. Delaware’s coronavirus numbers are trending lower as the number of positive tests are lower and hospitalizations have dropped below…

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VIDEO : Del. Deploys 8,000 J&J Vaccine Doses

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Highlights from this week’s Delaware coronavirus update: -The state is making rapid use of its initial 8,000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine -Wait lists of senior citizens are being invited to upcoming clinics -Teachers and other school staff are being vaccinated, as more students return for in-person instruction -It is not certain when…

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VIDEO : Del. Coronavirus Weekly Update

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Delaware has just a few areas of concern where local coronavirus case are higher than a state benchmark of 250 per 100,000 people. At the weekly coronavirus update, Delaware Public Health Director Dr. Karyl Rattay said areas of Selbyville, Harrington, Felton, Magnolia, Newark and Hockessin are being monitored for their local case rates. However, numbers…

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Del. Plans For Next Phase Of COVID Vaccination Program

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Delaware Public Health has finalized a recommended plan for the next phase of its COVID-19 vaccination program. Phase 1-B, as it will be known, will seek to vaccinate people age 65 and older as well as frontline essential workers. Such workers could include first responders, educators and school staff, and people who work in food,…

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