Delaware Governor John Carney
Governor Carney Releases Statement on Economic Reopening; Announces June 1 as Target for Phase I
Governor announces rolling reopening; State of Emergency extended through May 31
In coordination with public health experts at the Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH), Governor John Carney on Friday announced June 1 as the target date for Phase I of Delaware’s economic reopening. Governor Carney has extended Delaware’s State of Emergency declaration, including the stay-at-home order and its other modifications, through May 31.
Details about Phase I of Delaware’s economic reopening will be released next week, but the general framework about Delaware's recovery effort can be found here. Entering Phase I is contingent on the State of Delaware’s ability to contain the COVID-19 hot spot in Sussex County, and continued positive trends in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations statewide.
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Governor Carney Announces Significant Expansion of Statewide Testing Program for COVID-19
In cooperation with partners, Delaware will have capacity to test 80,000 Delawareans each month
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