The interactive dashboard below is provided courtesy of theDelaware Division of Health.
The dashboard breaks down information by county and zip code on total cases and the number of people testing positive for coronavirus.
The dashboard is updated daily. Figures are current as of 6 p.m. on the previous day.
For more detailed information, scroll down to the bottom of the page.
- New Castle County surpassed Sussex County in the number of COVID-19 cases. Sussex had earlier seen an outbreak of the virus.
- The percentage of Delaware population tested has moved past the 9 percent mark.
- Delaware ranks seventh in the nation in the number of coronavirus cases per 100,000 population. (Source Statistica)
Update, June 20, 2020
Update, June 19, 2020
The number of deaths from coronavirus rose by one to 433, with the number hospitalized dropping to 75, down sharply from the more than 430 reported in April.
The number of cases in New Castle County, the state’s most populous passed the total for Sussex County as the pace of testing picks up in northern Delaware. Sussex had earlier seen an outbreak tied to poultry processing plants.
The state continues to see about 50 new cases a day. However, the percentage of persons testing negative has continued to increase. About 9.3 percent of the state’s population has been tested.
Update: June 18, 2020
Deaths rose by five to 431 as hospitalizations dropped to 79. The number of Delawareans tested has risen sharply in recent weeks and rose above 88,500.
Update June 17, 2020
The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) announced two additional fatalities related to coronavirus.
In total, 426 Delawareans have died from complications from COVID-19. Individuals who have died from COVID-19 ranged in age from 21 to 104 years old. Of those who have died, 227 were females and 199 were males. A total of 191 individuals were from New Castle County, 84 were from Kent County, and 151 were from Sussex County.
The most recent deaths announced today ranged in age from 36 to 72. One individual was female and one was male. One was a New Castle County resident and one was a Sussex County resident. Both individuals had underlying health conditions. One individual was a resident of a long-term care facility.
The number of people hospitalized with coronavirus has fallen to 13.