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State ramped up vaccinations partly to keep allocation from being cut

Q&A session answered a lot of questions about what people should expect at a mass vaccination.

State opens vaccines to 1b, is creating appointment system; test at Salesianum included senior groups

People who got vaccines and weren't supposed to Saturday in Dover has led the state to create system so people register for specific times.

State passes 1,000 COVID-19 deaths; positive cases, hospitalizations high, but receding

  Delaware passed a sad milestone Friday, with 1,002 people dead from the COVID-19 virus. The number of the dead rose by 45 in the week that ended Thursday, Jan. 14, at 6 p.m. “On this day that we pass the heartbreaking...

State, New Castle County plan 35 pop-up testing sites week of Jan. 18

State health officials still want people to be tested so the virus can be tracked and breakouts can be caught.

This is what a mass vaccination event looks like

The aerial shot looks like a frozen moment from a night-time race around a Nascar track, without stands of fans.

COVID hospitalizations hit record high in Delaware, especially Sussex County

Hospital are particularly hard hit in Sussex County, where new positive cases are rising by 50 percent in every zip code.

State sets vaccine “sprint” to speed up shots, get to those not in healthcare

During an event last week at a Georgetown DMV, the state vaccinated 650 first responders and school nurses in just two hours.

Bipartisan bill would waive state tax on 2020 unemployment benefits

Bill sponsors say exempting unemployment payments could save those workers a total of $21 million.

More than 30 pop-up COVID-19 testing sites planned for week of Jan. 11

  As statistics show the number of Delaware COVID-19 hospitalization high and positive cases rising in the wake of December holidays, “We all need to do our part and flatten this curve again,” said Gov. John Carney in a press release....

Legislators to propose tax hike for those making more than $125,000

Kowalko said the new brackets and tax rates were 'carefully calculated to apply a minimal amount of tax increases and costs.'
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People must wait for second dose of COVID vaccine as state expands chances to get first shots

Vault Health will give shots to underserved seniors in Wilmington; testing giant Curative will begin giving vaccine; and hospitals and pharamacies will vaccinate seniors.
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