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COVID-19 Patient leaves Bayhealth after more than 200 days

The caregivers and staff at Bayhealth Hospital, Sussex Campus recently filled the lobby to celebrate as a patient who spent more than seven months in the hospital battling COVID-19 was transferred to the next stage of her recovery. In early...

Bayhealth honors Martin Luther King Jr. Day

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Bayhealth’s Volunteer Services team is gathering food donations for Code Purple in Kent and Sussex counties as part of our drive to improve the health and well-being of all who live...

Aquacare Physical Therapy expands protections against COVID

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Cara Konlian, MSPT, CEO, of Aquacare Physical Therapy and the Milford Lifestyle Fitness Center wants the Milford community  to know that they have expanded their ability to fight not only COVID-19 but also other...

Delaware announces first child has died from COVID-19

With new COVID-19 cases trending up after the December holidays, Delaware health officials have announced a child has died from COVID-19. It's the first pediatric death and involved a child under the age of 5 from New Castle County who...

State says 750 vaccines administered to healthcare workers by Friday

Delaware expects to get 2,900 more doses of Pfizer vaccine and 16,700 doses of the Moderna one approved Thursday.

COVID hospitalizations over 400; here’s where to be tested week of Dec. 20

With 407 people hospitalized with COVID-19, the state is reaching the 450-bed limit that health officials have said are available for COVID-19 patients.

Banyan Centers Opens in Milford Wellness Village

On September 14, Banyan Centers, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center, opened in the Milford Wellness Village. According to Allison Seriani-Rush, National Public Relations Director for Banyan, the center has been well-received, and they are excited to be in...

Got a question about COVID-19 vaccine? State’s call center opens Friday

The call center will operate from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

COVID-19 vaccinations to begin today in 3 long-term care facilities

Residents of long-term care facilities are expected to begin receiving the vaccine the week of Dec. 28.

Happy feet in Public Health: 7,800 doses of vaccine arrive; more on way

Delaware expects next week to receive 16,700 doses of the Moderna vaccine and 3,900 doses of the Pfizer vaccine for its use; Another 6,825 Pfizer doses will go to a federal program to vaccinate in long-term care facilities.
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COVID-19 Patient leaves Bayhealth after more than 200 days

The caregivers and staff at Bayhealth Hospital, Sussex Campus recently filled the lobby to celebrate as a patient who spent more than seven months...

Milford LIVE Weekly Review – January 19, 2021

Open the Weekly Review PDF Here This Week's Top Headlines Include: Headlines MHS Senior participates in MLK Voice 4 Youth finals Culture New photo page, Delaware Community Lens, will...

Young Girls Team Eager to Learn

This year was eagerly anticipated for the Milford girls’ basketball team, with a young team coming back with a year's worth of experience under...

Bucs Fall at Buzzer

Coming into this season, the Milford boys’ basketball team knew it was going to be about learning what it takes to win at...
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