Health

State should get some COVID-19 vaccine about Dec. 11

'We all wish it were tomorrow,' Dr. Karyl Rattay said, 'but we’re anticipating that we’ll have adequate vaccine for the general population around March.'

With a one-day high of 649 positive cases, Carney formalizes restrictions

When the changes go into effect Monday, they include a rule that will not allow more than two people to sit together at a bar.

Know you want a test week of Thanksgiving? State’s got your back

Some of Delaware's drive-thru testings on Monday and Tuesday, upstate and down, will run for 12 hours, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Delaware Hospice debuts virtual Festival of Trees Saturday

        Delaware Hospice's annual Festival of Trees fundraiser was nearly felled by COVID-19.   Instead, more compact versions are being created at each county's office, with trees and holiday goods sold online.   The hospice will celebrate with a "Festival at Home" video debuting...

Bayhealth physician receives Sussex EMS Physician of the Year award

Sussex County Fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) recently recognized Assistant Medical Director, Bayhealth Emergency and Trauma Center, Sussex Campus Julie Cullen, DO, as the 2019 Emergency Physician of the Year. Several members of the Sussex County Emergency Medical...

Carney restricts indoor gatherings to 10, puts restaurants back at 30 percent indoor capacity

'These are difficult decisions, but we face a difficult and challenging winter,' Carney said. 'Our focus must be on protecting lives.'

Del Tech Expands Healthcare Offerings

by Terry Rogers     Delaware Technical and Community College hopes to address the shortage of trained healthcare professionals by offering allied health programs in various specialties. Vice President for Academic Affairs, Justina Sapna, explained that because many of these programs require...

Nemours Milford campus opened Monday for first patients

Nemours Milford Campus, located next to the new Bayhealth Sussex Campus, is now open to patients.  “We are going from a 3,500 square-foot facility to a 35,000 square-foot facility,” Kelly Thomas, RN, Nurse Supervisor, said. “We are excited to have...

5-year-old from Kent County becomes state’s first confirmed case of flu

The confirmation has set off another round of calls for people to get the flu vaccine shot this year, to prevent hospitals filling up with flu, COVID cases.

State: Don’t gather for Thanksgiving with anyone you don’t live with, even family

New restrictions are coming and some could be curfews to shut down night-time socializing, and putting limits on gatherings in private homes.
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MHS Girls XC – 2020 Kent co Champs

The Milford High School Girls Cross Country Team prevailed as the 2020 Kent County Champions. Milford placed 5 Girls...

State should get some COVID-19 vaccine about Dec. 11

'We all wish it were tomorrow,' Dr. Karyl Rattay said, 'but we’re anticipating that we’ll have adequate vaccine for the general population around March.'

Milford Weekly Review – November 24, 2020

Open the Weekly Review PDF Here    This Week's Top Headlines Include: Headlines Celebrate Small Business Saturday in Downtown Milford Culture Delaware Hospice debuts virtual Festival of Trees Saturday Education MSD Certificate...

Undefeated Bucs become Henlopen North Champions

By Kevin Eickman The Milford Buccaneers boys soccer team had completed an undefeated regular season. Following Monday’s final regular-season 3-0 victory against visiting Sussex Central,...

Field hockey has tough week

By Kevin Eickman There are times when you look at a box score and just shake your head when you compare it to the game’s...
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