Del. Public Health: COVID Takes No Holidays By WGMD News | September 4, 2021 Health officials are urging Delawareans and visitors to protect themselves from coronavirus over Labor Day weekend, whether traveling or gathering with others. UPDATED: Mask Protesters Disrupt Cape Henlopen Board of Education Meeting By WGMD News | August 24, 2021 UPDATED 8/24/21 – Last week’s Cape School Board meeting ended abruptly when parents became upset over masks in schools. The meeting was adjourned before the… Read More Worcester Schools To Urge, But Won’t Require Face Coverings For Now By Mark Fowser | August 18, 2021 Worcester County Public Schools students, teachers and staff will have the option of wearing a mask when classes resume. WCPS will “highly recommend” universal masking, in conjunction… Read More Vax, Booster, Test: Del. COVID-19 Weekly Update By WGMD News | August 15, 2021 Delaware Public Health is encouraging people who take part in large gatherings and events that this time of year brings to get tested for Coronavirus, in light… Read More Del. Courts Implement Mask Requirement By Mark Fowser | August 12, 2021 Delaware courts will again require anyone at a court facility to wear a face covering starting Monday, August 16th. Supreme Court… Read More OC Drops Boardwalk Mask Mandate By Mark Fowser | April 29, 2021 The Town of Ocean City has lifted its outdoor mask mandate, which required that masks be worn on the Boardwalk and in other outdoor public places. Hogan Lifts Md. Outdoor Mask Mandate By WGMD News | April 28, 2021 This update was delivered by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and his office Wednesday afternoon: ———————————————————————————————————————————————– … Read More Md. Troopers Conduct Hundreds of COVID Enforcement Checks By Mark Fowser | November 27, 2020 Maryland State Police troopers conducted more than 730 checks on bars and restaurants in the hours before Thanksgiving, and the statewide COVID-19 hotline had received more than… Read More Berlin To Close Buildings, Takes Other Actions Due To Pandemic By Mark Fowser | November 18, 2020 Berlin officials Wednesday announced several steps designed to protect the safety and health of town employees, residents, visitors and the business community. Md. Gov. Urges Vigilance As COVID Rates Rise By Mark Fowser | November 6, 2020 “Wear the damn mask.” Those were the words of Governor Larry Hogan Thursday as he provided an update of the state’s… Read More OC: Bring A Mask, Or Get One, At The Boardwalk By Mark Fowser | September 2, 2020 Ocean City wants Labor Day weekend visitors to keep in mind that masks are required on the boardwalk, between 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. … Read More Md. Pauses Further Economic Reopening, Expands Mask Rules By Mark Fowser | July 30, 2020 Maryland will require that masks be worn in more public places. The state is discouraging travel to a number of states with high rates of new positive… Read More Lewes Implements Face Mask Requirements By Mark Fowser | July 3, 2020 People who enter the downtown area of Lewes will be required to wear a face mask under a requirement approved by the Mayor and Council Bethany Beach Mask Requirement Begins Friday By Mark Fowser | July 2, 2020 Bethany Beach expands areas of town where masks are required. Effective Friday morning, masks or face coverings must be worn on… Read More DNREC Tightens Parking At State Park Beaches By Mark Fowser | July 1, 2020 The Department of Natural Resources plans to cut back capacity at Delaware Seashore, Cape Henlopen and Fenwick Island State Parks starting Friday. Gov. Carney Delays Phase 3 of Economic Reopening By Mark Fowser | June 25, 2020 Delaware will not enter into Phase 3 of economic reopening this Monday. Governor John Carney Thursday announced a delay in expanding… Read More Governor Hogan issues statewide mandatory mask executive order By WGMD News | April 20, 2020 Governor Larry Hogan has issued a statewide executive order requiring all customers and retail workers to wear masks in the State of Maryland.