As summer comes to an end and a new school year begins, now is the time to remind local communities that continuing to protect ourselves against influenza, COVID-19, Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), and other infectious diseases is a powerful way to also support Delaware students and school staff.
DOVER, Del. (March 17, 2023) - The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) saw a decrease in case rates and hospitalizations from COVID-19 over the past month and urges residents to remain vigilant and use the tools proven successful in the fight against the virus to continue these trends. While rates are down from the […]
DOVER, DE (Dec. 15, 2022) – The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is providing several key updates related to COVID-19 data and vaccines. According to the most recent data on the state’s My Healthy Community data dashboard, the statewide 7-day average of new positive COVID-19 cases has increased slightly following Thanksgiving and other gatherings over the past month. Hospitalizations have also increased. As holiday travel […]
Delaware Emitirá el Beneficio P-EBT de Cuidado Infantil de la Primavera del 2022 el 7 de Octubre para Niños menores de 6 Años en Hogares Recibiendo Beneficios SNAP NEW CASTLE (Octubre 6 de 2022) – Las familias de Delaware que reciben beneficios alimentos del Programa de Asistencia Nutricional Suplementaria (SNAP) obtendrán asistencia de alimentos de […]
Students, educators, families, and policy-makers agree that we need to keep our schools open for in-person learning. We need our students and educators to be able to focus on learning. We have ground to gain following the pandemic, and recovery cannot happen overnight. Our children and school staff need this time together to focus on unfinished learning as well as accelerate learning.