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Delaware COVID Info
Requirement. Governor Carney Requires Delawareans to Wear Face Coverings in Public Settings. AUGUST 24, 2020 UPDATE: As Delaware families consider a safe return to school, Governor Carney and the Division of Public Health announced an update to Delaware’s face coverings guidance for children. All children who are in kindergarten or older must wear face coverings in public settings, including school buildings, according to the updated DPH guidance. All children 2 years of age and older are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings in public. Children younger than 2 must not wear face coverings due to suffocation risk. A child with a medical condition that makes it hard to breathe or a disability that prevents the child from wearing a face covering is not required to wear one.
Governor John Carney on Friday signed the fifth revision to the omnibus emergency order, continuing the restrictions, including the Stay-at-Home advisory and universal indoor mask mandate.
Currently, under an order effective Dec. 11, 2020, indoor public gatherings are restricted to 30% of a venue's capacity, with a maximum of 10 people. Outdoor public gatherings are limited to 50 people (plans for up to 250 people may be approved by the Department of Public Health).
Religious and political gatherings are limited to the lesser of 30% of a venue’s capacity or 50 people. From Nov. 23, 2020.
May 1, 2021
Legislative Mall, Dover, DE
Status: Updated 3/24/2020
May 29, 2021
Lord Baltimore Elementary School, Ocean View, DE
Status: Updated 5/13/2020
May 29 - 30, 2021
Bowers Beach Maritime Museum, North Bowers, DE
Status: Updated 5/14/2020
June 5, 2021
Legislative Hall, Dover, DE
Status: Updated 4/28/2020