Delaware Updates - Monday, June 22
[ VIDEO ] This Week in Delaware

Take a look at what’s happening this week in D elaware as we continue to move forward in Phase 2.

  • Click here for the latest youth and adult recreational sports guidance.
  • Please wear a face covering. Stay at least six feet away from others outside your household. Wash/sanitize your hands frequently. Stay home when you’re sick. Individuals over the age of 65 or with an underlying health condition are strongly advised to continue to shelter. This is a deadly disease – especially for our most vulnerable. Following the basic health precautions is the best way to reduce our risk.
  • If you’ve come into contact with someone with COVID-19 or would like to be tested, click here for a full list of testing sites.
Additional Interim Steps for Phase 2

Governor Carney signed the 22 nd mo dification to his State of Emergency Order, permitting an expansion of youth sports activities and personal care services if safety guidelines are followed to prevent infection and community spread of COVID-19.  Click here to read the full modification.

  • Effective at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 20, youth and adult recreational sports tournaments may resume – subject to the prior approval of a tournament-specific safety plan by the Division of Public Health. Click here to read the DPH guidance.

  • Effective at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, June 22, personal care services businesses may expand to 60 percent of stated fire code capacity. Click here to read the updated Phase 2 reopening guidelines.
[ VIDEO ] First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney Introduces 2020 Summer Reading Program

First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney joined State Librarian Dr. Annie Norman for a virtual kick-off of the 2020 statewide Summer Library Reading Program, Imagine Your Story.

Visit the Summer Library Reading Program website for the schedule of online events throughout the summer.
TOMORROW: Watch Live Press Briefing on COVID-19
Tuesday, June 23: Governor Carney will give a COVID-19 briefing tomorrow around 1:45 p.m. He will be joined by Dr. Karyl Rattay, Director of the Delaware Division of Public Health, and AJ Schall, Director of the Delaware Emergency Management Agency.
Act with a sense of community.  Wear a mask to protect your family, your friends, your neighbors, and Delaware’s hard-fought progress against COVID-19.
Upcoming Community Testing

State of D elaware Testing
Mount Zion AME Church
101 N. Queen St.
Dover, Delaware
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Christiana Care
Kingswood Community Center
2300 Bowers Street
Wilmington, DE
Call for an appointment at 302-428-6586. ( En Espa ñ ol ) .

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Dupont, Chestnut Run Plaza
974 Centre Rd
Wilmington, DE
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State of D elaware Testing
Modern Maturity Center
1121 Forrest Ave
Dover, DE
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Castle Hills Elementary School
502 Moores Ln
New Castle, DE
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Thurgood Marshall Elementary School
101 Barrett Run Drive
Newark, DE
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Lake Forest High School
5407 Killens Pond Rd
Felton, DE
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Star Hill Elementary School
594 Voshells Mill Star Hill Rd
Dover, DE
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Bayhealth and Beebe are holding referral-based testing sites in Kent and Sussex counties. For a full list of testing sites in Delaware, click here .
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