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Delaware Division Of Public Health Reports Two New Cases Of Monkeypox; Risk To Public Remains Low

DOVER, DE (July 21, 2022) ­– The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is announcing the state’s second and third cases of the monkeypox virus (MPX). Both cases are considered probable pending confirmatory testing by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This week, DPH received test results showing that a 46-year-old Sussex County man […]




Flu Deaths Hit All-Time High; Weekly Case Numbers Continue to Drop

The Division of Public Health (DPH) is reporting two more flu-related deaths that occurred during the last two weeks of February, bringing the 2017-2018 season death total to 30. This number breaks the previous single-season record of 28 flu-related deaths, set in 2014-2015. The deceased were both females, 83 and 84 years old, from New Castle and Kent counties, respectively. Both had multiple underlying health conditions.







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Delaware Division Of Public Health Reports Two New Cases Of Monkeypox; Risk To Public Remains Low

DOVER, DE (July 21, 2022) ­– The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is announcing the state’s second and third cases of the monkeypox virus (MPX). Both cases are considered probable pending confirmatory testing by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This week, DPH received test results showing that a 46-year-old Sussex County man […]




Flu Deaths Hit All-Time High; Weekly Case Numbers Continue to Drop

The Division of Public Health (DPH) is reporting two more flu-related deaths that occurred during the last two weeks of February, bringing the 2017-2018 season death total to 30. This number breaks the previous single-season record of 28 flu-related deaths, set in 2014-2015. The deceased were both females, 83 and 84 years old, from New Castle and Kent counties, respectively. Both had multiple underlying health conditions.