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Del. decides that 65 is the cutoff for vaccine’s next phase

Vaccination for Phase 1b groups is expected to begin by the end of January. And the VA is starting vaccinations Wednesday at its downstate clinics.

As U.S. hits horrid milestone, Delaware watches for Christmas, New Year’s surge

With Jan. 1 looming, Delaware continues its calls for people to avoid contact with others who do not live with them.

Struggling hospitality workers, restaurants get help for the holidays

Association grants, state bonuses provide some much-needed aid for an industry battered by COVID-19

Here are Delaware testing sites for week of Dec. 27

As Delaware enters the final stretch of the year-end holidays, the state has provided a list of testing sites for the week after Christmas. Delawareans are encouraged to check the state's new testing calendar for updates as more pop-up testing locations...

The grand dames of Odessa get a little fancy for Christmas 2020

The effect is much like Boathouse Row on the banks of the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, although that wasn't intended. 

Delaware to give schools $9 million, if they promise no layoffs

To receive the one-time funding, based on enrollments, districts and charters must certify they will not lay off educators or staff.

State readies for arrival of Moderna vaccine, and moving beyond healthcare, nursing homes

Moderna vaccine's second dose causes side effects in 21 percent of patients, including fever, headaches, muscle pain, nausea and vomiting. 

Having Christmas dinner despite COVID? Follow these guidelines, state says

'We’re imploring every Delawarean to think about how they celebrate Christmas this year. We cannot afford to have another surge.'

Hospitalizations hit 433; officials see signs of hope, but stress infection control

Delaware cannot handle a run-up of 200 or more hospital patients after Christmas like it had after Thanksgiving, state health officials said.

Republicans irritated about way General Assembly is opening virtually

While Democrats say livestreaming allows people more access to legislative meetings than ever, Republicans say it limits public input.
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New photo page, Delaware Community Lens, will celebrate First State

'There's enough places to on social media and the internet that are not positive places. This is meant to be a respite.'

Meet ‘The Wilmington:’ A liquid ode to Delaware’s largest city

The new cocktail uses gin, peach-infused simple syrup, lemon and cinnamon.

Carney activates National Guard to help with inauguration events in Delaware

The Executive Order said protests are planned in Wilmington, Dover and at the Delaware Capitol.
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