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“Newark was the first real epicenter of the virus in Delaware,” Clifton said. “So far, we’ve been ahead of the curve.”
The 2020 presidential election is approaching this November, and the typical abundance of primary elections and campaign events have ceased to exist.
Last week, Delaware Gov. John Carney added another amendment to the State of Emergency order, requiring everyone to wear face coverings in public settings.
With the recent escalation of the coronavirus pandemic, Winslow does not even feel safe leaving her home for work.
“I’m going to try to give them some sense of normalcy”: How Delaware public schools are dealing with coronavirus
Coronavirus has shut down many public schools throughout the country for the remainder of the school year.
Food First Delaware is an initiative created by one man to help feed hospital workers, first responders and Delawareans affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The number of coronavirus cases is increasing by 15-20% daily. Carney expects a surge peaking in the next 10-14 days.