Posts Tagged ‘health’
Lewes Mayor Recovering From Heart Surgery
Lewes Mayor Ted Becker has been convalescing in Washington D.C. after undergoing open heart surgery about a month ago.
According to…Read More
Staying Safe On The Job In Frigid Conditions: Guidance From OSHA
Even when temperatures drop well below freezing, some jobs still have to get done.
Employers have a responsibility to keep their…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
Md. To Require Masks Indoors At State Agencies In Public, Shared Spaces
Del. State Parks Invite You To Take A Hike Jan. 1st
Delaware State Parks will offer a total of 17 First Day Hikes on New Year’s Day, as part of a national movement sponsored by America’s State Parks…Read More
More Than 2,000 People Now Hospitalized In Md. With COVID-19 Complications
Maryland has now surpassed 2,000 hospitalizations for COVID-19 complications.
According to Governor Larry Hogan, a surge operations center that was established…Read More
Acting Wicomico Co. Exec. Psota Tests Positive For COVID-19
Acting Wicomico County Executive John Psota said Monday that he has tested positive for coronavirus.
In a statement, Psota indicated that…Read More
Md. Hospitals Take Additional Actions As More COVID-19 Patients Need Treatment
More than 1,500 people are now hospitalized across Maryland due to COVID-19 complications, a threshold that triggers additional actions under a Maryland Department of Health order that…Read More
Sen. Coons Tests Positive For COVID-19; Symptoms “Minimal” So Far
Senator Chris Coons, D-Del. has tested positive for COVID-19.
In a statement Thursday morning, Coons said he has minimal symptoms so…Read More
TidalHealth Will Suspend Visits With Hospital Patients, Pause Some Surgeries
TidalHealth plans to suspend visits with patients at TidalHealth Nanticoke Hospital in Seaford and TidalHealth Peninsula Regional in Salisbury beginning Monday, December 27th. Both hospitals will also…Read More
Bayhealth Breaks Ground For Milton Medical Facility
Md. Looks To Support Hospitals As COVID-19 Hospitalizations Rise Amid Concerns About Surge
Maryland is taking several actions to hold off overload at hospitals as the Delta and Omicron variants of COVID-19 converge.
Md. Addresses Concern About Omicron COVID-19 Variant
Md. Board of Ed. Sets Meeting To Review Mask Mandate
The Maryland State Board of Education has scheduled a special virtual meeting for Tuesday, November 16th to gather feedback on the state’s emergency school mask requirement through…Read More
Update: Bethany Crest Water Tests Safe For Drinking, Cooking
The water at the Bethany Crest community near Millville is safe to use for drinking and cooking once again.
The Department…Read More
Md. Rolls Out COVID-19 Booster Program
Many Marylanders need a boost.
Effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines that were administered up to eleven months ago is starting to…Read More
Sussex Co. Woman Diagnosed With West Nile Virus
Delaware Public Health has confirmed the year’s second case of West Nile Virus in a person – a 79-year-old Sussex County woman who has tested positive for…Read More
Beebe Resumes Elective Procedures That Require Overnight Hospital Stay
Beebe Healthcare has resumed elective surgical procedures that require an overnight hospital stay.
Such elective procedures were suspended last month due…Read More
Beebe Partners With Nemours For Pediatric Care Services
Nemours Children’s Health will team up with Beebe Healthcare to provide pediatric services for infants, children and teenagers of Sussex County.
Beebe Hosts Virtual COVID-19 Town Hall
Nanticoke Hospital Pauses Non-Emergency, Elective Surgeries That Require Overnight Stay
Elective, non-emergency procedures that require an overnight stay are temporarily suspended at TidalHealth Nanticoke Hospital in Seaford for at least…Read More
Deer In Rehoboth Area Tests Positive For Rabies
(Delaware Health officials issued the following rabies alert Friday)
The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is advising Rehoboth Beach residents…Read More
Del. Public Health Emergency Order Formally Extended
Governor John Carney Wednesday formally extended Delaware’s COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Order for another 30 days.
The extension allows the State…Read More
Biting Fox In Greenwood Tests Positive For Rabies
A fox in the Greenwood area has tested positive for rabies.
According to Delaware Public Health, a fox that bit a…Read More