It’s best to access the system online, but those without computers or internet access can call the Delaware vaccine line to be registered.
Q&A session answered a lot of questions about what people should expect at a mass vaccination.
The state expects more people to ask for vaccine than is available, so it will triage the requests according to age, medical condition and risk factors.
Vaccine site personnel were authorized to call some people over 65 to get shots, and that allowed some uninvited people to be vaccinated.
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.
UD engineers 3D printed a face, nose, mouth and esophagus to tests face masks.
Also: Acme stores have stopped charging for their new plastic bags, and their paper ones are going away.
State health officials still want people to be tested so the virus can be tracked and breakouts can be caught.
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 milestone of 1,000 COVID-related deaths in Delaware, our hearts go out to all the families and friends who …
‘More people will be reaching out,’ said Jennifer Smolowitz. ‘The 988 number will definitely make it easier to get the help they need.’