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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.

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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 15 as Phase 2 of Delaware’s economic reopening would start June 15. Retail establishments, restaurants and other businesses that were permitted to open at 30 percent of stated fire capacity in Phase 1, may expand to 60 percent of stated fire occupancy in Phase 2. Learn more: de.gov/phase2

Contact tracing has also begun. Contact tracing is important because it helps us identify Delawareans who may have been exposed to COVID-19, monitor community spread of the virus, and protect our most vulnerable family members and neighbors. If a close contact of yours has tested positive, a State of Delaware representative may call and ask you to get tested and, or self-quarantine to limit further spread of COVID-19. This helps keep all Delawareans – especially our most vulnerable – safe and healthy. An important component of contact tracing is that we keep your private information private. We don’t share names or personal information with anyone outside of Public Health that does not need to know. These case investigators don’t collect social security numbers, bank information or immigration status. Confidentiality and your privacy is important to us! Learn more: https://coronavirus.delaware.gov/contact-tracing/

Remember to keep your distance  – 6-10 feet away from others. Wear face coverings in all public settings, and wash your hands frequently and stay home when you are sick. While face coverings are required for children 13 and older, they are recommended for children ages 2-4, and strongly recommended for ages 5 -12.

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

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