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Coronavirus deaths increase to 10 with a total of 319 cases reported

The number of Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Delaware  now stands at 319, compared to 264 on Monday night. The dashboard from the Delaware Division of Health shows the curve of new cases is steepening as...
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Trending: Delaware issuing more guidance on ‘essential-nonessential’ businesses

Delaware officials plan to issue additional guidance as some businesses move to appointments or pick up services. This comes after the state allowed gunshops, pet daycare, and car dealers to stay open under an appointment...
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Cecil County reports 16th coronavirus case

Cecil County has reported 16 cases of coronavirus, according to the Cecil County  Department of Health. The first case was disclosed a little more than a  week ago. No deaths have been reported. Maryland has reported...
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Updated: Hotel DuPont among the lodging establishments temporarily closed

A number of hotels  have stopped taking reservations in northern Delaware,  as occupancy rates plummet due to the coronavirus pandemic. On the list is the historic Hotel duPont. The Hotel duPont's reservations page reported that...
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Coronavirus news roundup: Delaware business owner secures masks; Sallie Mae’s Food Bank donation; DRBA’s...

Delaware is among the states that will receive masks, thanks to the work of a local business owner A truckload of about 600,000 ear-loop face masks are slated to arrive at the D&S Warehouse near...
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Delware raises its grade to an ‘A’ grade in national...

A project reporting the coronavirus pandemic now gives  Delaware an "A" grade as the state reported double the number of tests that were previously reported. The  COVID Tracking Project collects information from 50 US states, the...
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ChristianaCare confirms coronavirus cases but declines to offer details

ChristianaCare, Delaware's largest private employer and one of the nation'ss 30 largest health systems, has confirmed that members of its staff have tested positive for coronavirus. The system declined to provide details, including the number...
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Carney’s latest coronavirus order closes child care centers that don’t serve ‘essential...

Gov. John Carney on Monday signed the eighth modification to his State of Emergency declaration, which allows child care programs in Delaware to be designated as emergency child care sites. The designation is designed...
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State of Delaware tightens staff screening rules for high risk businesses and recommends ...

Gov. John Carney and Delaware Division of Public Health Director Karyl T. Rattay, are requiring that high-risk businesses screen employees daily for signs of COVID-19 (coronavirus). The state also strongly recommends that  other businesses and...
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Viewpoint: Pandemic panicked politicians threaten freedom & economy

By David Stevenson Stevenson is the  Policy Director of the Caesar Rodney Institute, a public policy group based near Newark. The views expressed here do not reflect those of Delaware Business Now. Time will tell whether...