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Delaware announced a plan to reopen Delaware’s economy safely in the coming weeks – while protecting the most vulnerable Delawareans. As we move through a rolling reopening, we have to stay vigilant. COVID-19 is still circulating in our state.

This digital toolkit will serve as a hub of pre-drafted e-mail content, the latest sharable graphics, and more. This content will be updated weekly with the most up-to-date information to share with your networks.

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We want to share very important information from the State of Delaware:

Delaware announced a plan to reopen Delaware’s economy safely in the coming weeks – while protecting the most vulnerable Delawareans. As we move through a rolling reopening, we have to stay vigilant. COVID-19 is still circulating in our state.

Governor John Carney and public health experts announced June 1 as the target date for Phase I of Delaware’s economic reopening. Here’s what the means for you and Delaware businesses.

The State of Delaware will lift the ban on short-term rental units and the mandatory 14-day quarantine for out-of-state travelers on June 1 as part of the rolling reopening. Learn more here.

Governor Carney also lifted restrictions on the Delaware beaches ahead of Memorial Day weekend. It’s important we “Summer Safely”: Wear a face covering in public spaces, wash or sanitize your hands frequently, practice social distancing, and stay home if you are sick. Learn more here.

Remember to keep a social distance – 6-10 feet away from others. Wear face coverings in all public settings, and wash your hands frequently.

We’re all in this together. Basic precautions will help us limit the spread of COVID-19 and protect our families, friends, and neighbors.

Learn more about Delaware’s recovery plan: de.gov/economy

For more information and the latest updates about coronavirus, visit: de.gov/coronavirus

To share information with your network, visit: coronavirus.delaware.gov/digital-toolkit






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