Updates on Delaware's Coronavirus Response
Now is not the time for Delawareans to get complacent. We continue to face a very serious situation. All of our actions are guided by science, and intended to save lives.

Wearing a face covering in public settings is important to prevent transmission of this disease. But wearing a face covering is not permission to go out in public more often.

Delawareans should stay home unless it’s absolutely necessary to go out for essential work or essential items. Don’t go out in public unnecessarily. You will only increase your risk – and the risk to your family, friends, and neighbors.
[ VIDEO ] Recognizing School Lunch Hero Day
Governor Carney and First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney thank all of the committed individuals, and the organizations that support them, for continuing to provide essential, nutritious meals to children throughout our state during this difficult time.

Watch the video on Facebook and YouTube .
NEXT WEEK: Recovery Town Halls with Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long
Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long will host virtual town halls with stakeholder groups and members of the public to collect public feedback that will inform Delaware’s recovery effort. Submit input on a path toward reopening: de.gov/economy
Monday, May 4 – 6:00 p.m.
Northern New Castle County focus
Wednesday, May 6 – 7:30 p.m.  – Sussex County focus
Thursday, May 7 – 6:00 p.m.  
Southern New Castle County focus
ICYMI: Watch Today's Live Press Briefing on COVID-19
Friday, May 1: Governor Carney will gave a COVID-19 briefing today joined by Dr. Karyl Rattay, Director of the Division of Public Health, and AJ Schall, Director of the Delaware Emergency Management Agency.

Rewatch on  Facebook  or  de.gov/coronavirus .
The latest information and updates from the State of Delaware are available at   de.gov/coronavirus.

Text “add” t o 302-460-2501 for COVID-19 updates from the State of Delaware.  
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