VA Governor Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Tropical Storm Ophelia

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Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin has declared a State of Emergency ahead of Tropical Storm Ophelia, which is expected to have impacts on Virginia beginning Friday. Response assets and supplies are being pre-positioned to assist local an state partners and the Virginia Emergency Support Team is being activated. Additional information from Gov Youngkin: “As this storm…

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Legislation Related to Public Health Emergencies Passes DE Senate

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Senate Bill 66-Senate Amendment 1, which Delaware Senator Eric Buckson introduced, has passed the Delaware Senate. The bill would require the Public Health Emergency Commission to meet within 30 days after the declaration of a State of Emergency related to public health. The Commission would then meet every 30 days until the termination of the…

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Del. COVID-19 State of Emergency Revised, Extended

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Delaware Governor John Carney has formally extended the COVID-19 State of Emergency, as required for it to remain in effect for another 30 days. The State of Emergency was implemented January 3rd to allow for members of the Delaware National Guard to be trained as Certified Nursing Assistants and to grant Delaware Public Health some…

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Gov Carney Issues State of Emergency Declaration to Combat Winter Surge of Coronavirus & Hospitalizations

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Governor John Carney on Monday issued a new State of Emergency (SOE) declaration, effective today, January 3, 2022, to combat the winter surge of COVID-19 and hospitalizations.  Click here to read the full text of Governor Carney’s State of Emergency declaration. “We still face a very serious situation with COVID-19 in Delaware, especially in our hospital…

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Gov Hogan Declares State of Emergency for Areas of MD at Risk of Severe Tidal & Coastal Flooding

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Governor Larry Hogan today declared a state of emergency for areas of Maryland along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay, the Potomac River, and the Atlantic Coast currently under a Coastal Flood Warning from the National Weather Service and therefore at risk of severe tidal and coastal flooding. The state of emergency declaration includes Baltimore City and the following…

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Del. Judicial Emergency To End July 13th

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Delaware’s COVID-19 judicial emergency will come to an end July 13th, along with Delaware’s state of emergency. A mask mandate will also be lifted for fully vaccinated people who visit or work in court facilities effective Thursday, July 1st.People who are not fully vaccinated must continue to wear face coverings in judicial facilities. Chief Justice…

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Worcester Co. To End COVID-19 Local State Of Emergency

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Worcester County will lift the local COVID-19 state of emergency effective July 1st. With that, the executive order that allows expanded outdoor seating and carry-out and delivery of alcoholic beverage also will expire. Outdoor seating that was permitted solely through the executive orders shall be removed as required by the Worcester County Health Department, or…

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VIDEO : Md. COVID State of Emergency Ends July 1st

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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Tuesday announced that the state’s COVID-19 State of Emergency will end July 1st. All emergency mandates and restrictions will be terminated that day. There will be no more statewide mask order for any settings, including schools, camps and child care facilities. “Thanks in large part to the hard work, the sacrifices,…

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Gov Carney Signs 29th Modification to Coronavirus State of Emergency; State Employees – Keep Masks Handy!

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Governor John Carney on Tuesday signed the 29th modification to the COVID-19 State of Emergency declaration, eliminating social distancing requirements and removing Delaware’s mask mandate effective May 21. Delawareans, visitors, and Delaware businesses should follow social distancing and masking guidance for fully vaccinated individuals issued last week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Unvaccinated Delawareans…

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The Delaware General Assembly has been Served

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A lawsuit was filed Friday morning in Wilmington – in the US District Court for the District of Delaware, which is Federal Court, to bring an end to the Delaware General Assembly’s virtual meetings which have been going on since the last session, and return to in-person meetings at Legislative Hall in Dover. Attorney Julianne…

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Gov Carney Extends State of Emergency Another 30 Days

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Governor John Carney on Friday formally extended the State of Emergency declaration another 30 days to confront community spread of COVID-19, and issued the following statement: “We have expanded vaccine eligibility to get the life-saving COVID-19 vaccine out to more Delawareans in a way that is fast and fair,” said Governor Carney. “But until we can vaccinate…

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Carney Updates Omnibus COVID-19 State Of Emergency

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Governor John Carney has issued his 6th modification of his COVID-19 Omnibus State of Emergency Declaration which expands permitted crowd sizes late next week and allows youth and amateur sports tournaments to proceed with a plan approved by the Division of Public Health. Effective Friday February 12th at 8:00 a.m., restaurants, retail locations, gyms, houses…

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Del. Bill Would Prohibit Mandated COVID-19 Vaccination

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No Delawarean should be forced to take the Coronavirus vaccine, according to one statelawmaker. According to State Senator David Lawson, R- Marydel, Delaware Code grants the Governor authorization to mandate that citizens receive an inoculation while a public health State of Emergency is in place. Lawson has introduced a bill that would, he said, preserve…

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Del. COVID State Of Emergency Extended 11th Time

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Governor John Carney has formally extended Delaware’s COVID-19 State of Emergency for another 30 days. In a statement, Carney said Monday the ‘life saving vaccine” is protecting more Delawareans each day, including the most vulnerable. But until supply increases, he said it is still important to wear a mask, wash your hands frequently and to…

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Gov. Carney Extends Delaware’s COVID State Of Emergency

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Governor John Carney Wednesday formally extended Delaware’s COVID-19 state of emergency for another 30 days. “We are in a resurgence, and we need to stay vigilant to limit the spread of this virus. Let’s not erase the progress we’ve made over the last eight months,” Carney said in a statement. “Please keep your holiday gatherings…

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Ocean City Extends Mask Declaration

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Ocean City will continue to operate under a local state of emergency for another 30 days, with a requirement in effect that face masks be worn on the boardwalk if someone is unable to keep at least six feet away from other people who are not in the same household. City Council members this week…

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