Carney formally extends State of Emergency in Del.

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On Wednesday, Governor John Carney formally extended the State of Emergency for another 30 days due to COVID-19.

Carney released the following statement:

“The precautions you’re taking are working. We are beating COVID-19, but we can’t let up. This virus is still out there, and it can cause serious illness. We know from public health experts that following basic health precautions is the best way to prevent community spread. Wearing a face mask in public settings is still required by this State of Emergency declaration. Wash or sanitize your hands frequently. Keep your distance from others outside your household. Know your COVID-19 status by getting a test. Thank you to all Delawareans and visitors who are following these precautions.”

Courtesy: WMDT