Del. Tinkers With Plans For 2nd COVID Vaccine Dose

Bayhealth nurse Elisabeth Cote received the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine Tuesday in Dover (photo: Delaware Public Health)

Delaware Public Health is revising the state’s vaccination plans regarding the second dose. The CDC has announced that a second shot could be scheduled 42 days after the first dose, if it’s not possible to meet Pfizer’s recommendation of 21 days or Moderna’s guideline of 28 days. Because of the limited supply, DPH is recommending…

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Some Get Vaccine Ahead Of Schedule – How?

Photo shared by Delaware Health and Social Services of Sunday's COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Dover

Delaware’s vaccine ‘sprint’ to protect people in what’s known as Phase One-A drew large crowds to the DMV in Dover over the weekend. Delaware Public Health, Bayhealth, the Delaware Medical Reserve Corps and Kent County EMS had the capacity to vaccinate up to 1,500 people each day. Did some ‘jump the line’ and get vaccinated…

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Sussex County a Coronavirus Trouble Spot; More Vaccine Arrives in DE


Governor John Carney held his weekly coronavirus update Tuesday. On Monday Delaware set a new high in the number of people hospitalized for the virus at 473. While 500 has been considered the breaking point for the state’s hospitals, Gov. Carney said that during a call with the hospital systems, they feel comfortable and able…

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Wicomico County: Phase 1-A Don’t Delay! Schedule Your Vaccination Today


Wicomico County Health Department is currently vaccinating individuals in Phase 1A of the Vaccination Plan. Individuals included in this phase who have not already received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine should email to schedule an appointment. The health department would like to urge those individuals within Phase 1A to not wait to…

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