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@Tiff_Ander33 @JohnCarneyDE @delaware_gov @Delaware_DHSS @Delaware_DSHS @FEMAregion3 No Tornado Warnings were issued for New Castle County as yesterday, one was however issued for Cecil County, MD. Depending what cell tower your phone was connected to you may have received it. You likely received the text through another service.
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Today’s #COVID19 summary reflects data as of Aug. 18. Unfortunately, there were 2 new deaths reported today – one resident each from New Castle & Sussex counties. They ranged in age from their 60s-70s, and neither was vaccinated. Their deaths increased Delaware’s total to 1,851.
Join atTAcK addiction today at the Back to School Resource Fair from 1-4 PM at Helen Chambers Park (6th and Madison Streets) Wilmington, DE. There will be backpacks, school supplies, haircuts, food, fun and much more! See you there!#attackaddiction #netDE
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Today’s #COVID19 summary reflects data as of Aug. 17. There were 9 deaths reported: 5 current and 4 from a review of Vital Stats records. Five people were from NCCo, 3 from Kent and 1 from Sussex; 7 not vaccinated and 2 fully vaxxed. Their deaths raised Delaware’s total to 1,849.
Talking to someone is a healthy thing to do. If you or a loved one needs support for anxiety, depression, loneliness, addiction or a serious and persistent mental illness, call DHSS' 24/7 Delaware Hope Line at 1-833-9-HOPEDE (1-833-946-7333). Our trained counselors will listen.
Today’s #COVID19 summary reflects data as of Aug. 16. Unfortunately, there was one new death reported today - a New Castle County resident in their 70s who was not vaccinated. The death increased Delaware’s total number of COVID-related deaths to 1,840. myhealthycommunity.dhss.delaware.gov/locations/state
DHSS Secretary Molly Magarik toured the @FoodBankofDE with members of her leadership team and discussed collaborations with new CEO Cathy Kanefsky and her team. Secretary Magarik praised the Food Bank's work during #COVID19 as "a vital, vital response for the State of Delaware."
Note: this Flood Warning is for the Christina River at Cooch's Bridge in New Castle County. Moderate flooding is forecast. Areas affected may include: Stanton, Airport Road, Walther Road, Barksdale Road in New Castle County.
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DEMA ALERT: Flash Flood Warning for New Castle County in DE until 7:00pm Tuesday. Go to weather.gov/phi for more. #dewx
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A reminder that, in addition to state facilities and schools, face masks are required indoors at child care centers for everyone kindergarten-age or older. Centers & homes are strongly encouraged to require masks for children 2 to kindergarten to prevent the spread of #COVID19.
If you are a person with a disability in Delaware, you can learn more about access to a vaccination site and the science behind the vaccines: coronavirus.delaware.gov/vaccine/ twitter.com/ASTHO/status/1…
Today’s #COVID19 summary in Delaware reflects data as of Sunday, Aug. 15. Fortunately, there were no new deaths reported today, keeping Delaware’s total number of COVID-related deaths at 1,838. #netde myhealthycommunity.dhss.delaware.gov/locations/state
Thank you for your leadership on the opioid epidemic, @RepLBR. We appreciate the productive conversation. @HelpishereDE helpisherede.com twitter.com/RepLBR/status/…
If you’ve lost your job or health insurance due to COVID-19, today (Aug. 15) is the deadline for signing up for special replacement coverage. Monthly premiums are at a significant discount thanks to the American Rescue Plan. Sign up before midnight at HealthCare.gov
Today’s #COVID19 summary in Delaware reflects data as of Saturday, Aug. 14. Fortunately, there were no new deaths reported today, keeping Delaware’s total number of COVID-related deaths at 1,838. #netde myhealthycommunity.dhss.delaware.gov/locations/state
Today is the LAST DAY to apply for 2021 coverage! HealthCare.gov plans cover essential benefits, including health screenings, emergency care & prescriptions. Don't miss your chance to get covered with a quality health care plan: healthcare.gov/get-coverage. #GetCovered
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Today’s #COVID19 summary reflects data as of Aug. 13. There was 1 new death reported - a Kent County resident in their 70s whose vaccination status wasn't immediately available. The death increased Delaware’s total to 1,838. *Vaccination data delayed.
Breakthrough cases don't mean vaccines aren't working. Vaccinated people are less likely to get infected and to spread Covid, and it's very rare that they'll get seriously ill or die from it even if they are infected. nyti.ms/3yOI8xu
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DON'T MISS OUT: the #SpecialEnrollmentPeriod ends TOMORROW. There's still time to sign up! ☎️ NCC (302) 472-8655 ☎️ Kent and Sussex Counties (302) 678-2205 💻westsidehealth.org/choosehealthv#SEPP#Delawaree#GetCoveredd#ChooseHealthh#healthinsurancee@goodwilldee@DEStateHousinggi
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This is real progress: 74% of all Delaware adults now have received at least one dose of the #COVID19 vaccine, according to the CDC. To join Delawareans getting vaccinated: de.gov/getmyvaccine To find the CDC Vaccine Tracker: covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tra…
Thank you to the health care and public health workers who are continuing to care for Delawareans. After 18 months of testing, screening, treating and vaccinating, we know many of you are exhausted - emotionally, mentally and physically. So, thank you for all that you are doing.
Even if you've already gotten Covid, it's important for you to be vaccinated. Data show that people who have previously been infected are more than twice as likely to be reinfected by Delta if they're unvaccinated.
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Today’s #COVID19 summary reflects data as of Aug. 12. Fortunately, there were no new deaths reported, keeping Delaware’s total number of COVID-related deaths at 1,837. Also, the number of new fully vaccinated persons passed the 1,000 mark for the day. myhealthycommunity.dhss.delaware.gov/locations/state
Today’s #COVID19 summary reflects data as of Aug. 11. Unfortunately, there was one new death reported – a resident of New Castle County in their 50s who was not vaccinated. The death increased Delaware’s total to 1,837. #netde myhealthycommunity.dhss.delaware.gov/locations/state
Delaware announces COVID-19 proof of vaccination and testing updates for long-term care facilities, health care facilities, and state employees de.gov/1TK #COVID19 #netDE #vaccineswork
Today’s #COVID19 summary in Delaware reflects data as of Tuesday, Aug. 10. Fortunately, there were no new deaths reported, keeping Delaware’s total number of COVID-related deaths at 1,836. #netde myhealthycommunity.dhss.delaware.gov/locations/state
In an emergency, will you get the message so you can stay safe? Since there is a national test of the IPAWS today, we thought that it might be helpful to explain more about the system, how it works, why it's important, and what you should do to make sure you receive alerts.
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What a great explanation about how and why the #COVID19 vaccines were created and distributed so quickly. When you are ready to be vaccinated in Delaware: de.gov/getmyvaccine twitter.com/greaterthanCV1…
*Due to technical issues, the vaccination data is delayed. Today’s #COVID19 summary reflects data as of Aug. 9. There was 1 death reported – a Sussex County resident in their 80s who had not been vaccinated. The death increased Delaware’s total to 1,836. myhealthycommunity.dhss.delaware.gov/locations/state
We are a state of neighbors. Please help if you can. twitter.com/MinistryCaring…
Today’s #COVID19 summary in Delaware reflects data as of Sunday, Aug. 8. Fortunately, there were no deaths reported today, keeping Delaware’s total number of COVID-related deaths at 1,835. Also of note, current hospitalizations passed 100 at 101. #netde myhealthycommunity.dhss.delaware.gov/locations/state
Vaccines are free and the best way to protect your child against COVID-19 this back-to-school season. Everyone age 12 and up is eligible – Find free vaccines near you at Vaccines.gov. #WeCanDoThis
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#DYK There are several upcoming Back-To-School Vaccination clinics in various locations around the state.....mark your calendar and spread the word! @Delaware_DHSS
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We have free rapid COVID-19 test kits to support our library community in preventing the spread of the virus. Come by, get yours to keep at home — be prepared and have peace of mind. Kits are courtesy of @Delaware_DHSS and available while supplies last. #netde @RoseHillCC
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Today’s #COVID19 summary in Delaware reflects data as of Saturday, Aug. 7. Fortunately, there were no deaths reported today, keeping Delaware’s total number of COVID-related deaths at 1,835. #netde myhealthycommunity.dhss.delaware.gov/locations/state
More and more Delawareans are getting vaccinated every day. Now, 73.6% of all Delaware adults have received at least 1 dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to the CDC. Find a vaccination location near you: de.gov/getmyvaccine covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tra…
This is great news. The partnership between @CapitalOne and @DelStateUniv shows what we can do when we work together, and it will help build on our world-class workforce. whyy.org/articles/delaw…
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Outbreaks of Covid among fully vaccinated people sound alarming, but it's crucial to look at the numbers overall. Very few people get seriously ill from infection after full vaccination.
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Congratulations to the winners of The Delaware Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Board's fourth annual Organ Donor Awareness Video PSA Scholarship Contest! 💙�@Delaware_DHSSSS Check out the winning videosnews.delaware.gov/2021/06/21/gov…ya
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Today’s #COVID19 summary reflects data as of Aug. 6. There were 2 deaths reported - one resident each from Kent and Sussex counties. They ranged in age from their 60s-80s; their vaccination status was not immediately available. The deaths increased Delaware’s total to 1,835.
According to Dr. @Rick_Pescatore, you can help #defeatthecovidscourge by getting #vaccinated and tested. #netde
In Delaware, only 46% of Delawareans 18-34 have received at least 1 dose of the #COVID19 vaccine. With the Delta variant pushing cases and hospitalizations higher every day, it's time to take this seriously. Research the questions/concerns you have: knowthevax.com/see-it-search-…
Today’s #COVID19 summary in Delaware reflects data as of Thursday, Aug. 5. Fortunately, there were no deaths reported today, keeping Delaware’s total number of COVID-related deaths at 1,833. But new positive cases increased to 231. #netde myhealthycommunity.dhss.delaware.gov/locations/state
For individuals who are not #vaccinated against #COVID-19, testing is key to identifying and preventing additional infection. Learn more about testing in #Delaware: de.gov/1TJ
Division of Public Health Chief Physician Dr. @Rick_Pescatore toured the #COVID19 testing and vaccination site at DPH's University Plaza offices in Newark - one of four static sites in Delaware doing both testing and vaccinations. For addresses and times: news.delaware.gov/2021/08/03/gov…
Today’s #COVID19 summary in Delaware reflects data as of Wednesday, Aug. 4. Fortunately, there were no deaths reported today, keeping Delaware’s total number of COVID-related deaths at 1,833. Also, new positive cases increased to 195. #netde myhealthycommunity.dhss.delaware.gov/locations/state
Are you turning 26 and are currently on a parent’s health care coverage? Don't worry! HealthCare.gov is an easy low-cost way to #GetCovered and avoid a gap in coverage. Find a plan today. healthcare.gov/get-coverage #MarketplaceSEP
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At #COVID19 Town Hall, Public Health Director Dr. Karyl Rattay says until a vaccine is approved for kids age 5-11, it's important that schools take a layered approach to mitigation. "Masks work. We know they do," she said. Along with testing, social distancing, hand washing.
During a livestream #COVID19 town hall, Public Health Director Dr. Karyl Rattay said "western Sussex is a hot spot" for cases and has the lowest vaccination rates in Delaware. To find a vaccination site near you: de.gov/getmyvaccine
In the face of increasing #COVID19 cases tied to the Delta variant, @JohnCarneyDE said during a livestream Town Hall that "the No. 1 objective is to get Delawareans vaccinated." de.gov/getmyvaccine
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