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State hospitalizations top 300; Carney issues warning

With records numbers of new COVID-19 cases in the past week, Delaware health officials worry that hospitalizations will soar in the next week or two.

Weekly COVID update: Average up for new cases, hospitalizations

The Delaware Division of Public Health said that as of Thursday, 38,398 Delawareans have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

Here’s how to find a Delaware pop-up testing site the week of Dec. 6

State officials are worried that high numbers of positive cases now will mean huge numbers of hospitalizations in a couple of weeks.

Carney: Stay at home, stop in-person classes, wear masks in homes in some cases

'A vaccine is on the way but, make no mistake, we are facing the most difficult few months of this crisis,' the governor said.

State continues update on COVID vaccine release

Delaware will be able to keep vaccine at the ultra cold low temperatures required, and it's anxious not to waste any of the precious drugs.

Carney says state likely needs more steps to stop spread of COVID

'We have to take measures to mitigate the spread of the virus,' Carney said. 'We have some big decisions to make this week as we assess the data.'

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Delaware’s new COVID-19 cases nearing 500 a day

To help avoid stressing the system, the Division of Public Health recommends only eating or spending time with people inside your own home.

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.'
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