This winter, don’t let COVID-19 freeze your holidays.

 

  • Stay home if you’re sick.
  • Get vaccinated and boosted for COVID-19, including the new bivalent booster if eligible. (Visit de.gov/boosters to learn more and de.gov/getmyvaccine to find a location near you.)
  • Get tested for COVID-19:
    • 1-2 days before a large gathering
    • If you have symptoms of COVID-19
    • Five (5) days after being exposed to someone confirmed to have COVID-19.

If you have symptoms and get a negative test result, take another test 2 days later. There are also other viruses going around, including influenza and RSV, so even if your COVID-19 test result is negative, it could be something else. So if you are sick, stay home.

 

Other recommendations:

  • Do not go to a hospital ER for a COVID test – there are many more options statewide – save hospital ERs for emergencies! (Visit de.gov/gettested.)
  • Gather outdoors when possible.
  • Wash your hands regularly.
  • Know the facts about COVID-19 – visit de.gov/covidfactcheck
  • Ensure your home or gathering place is properly ventilated.

 

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Don't let COVID-19 freeze your holiday season.

 

Concerned COVID-19 could freeze your holiday season? ❄️Don’t let it! Get vaccinated and boosted, and follow these easy steps to keep yourself and your loved ones safe. Leave COVID-19 out in the cold by visiting de.gov/holidays.

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Don’t let COVID-19 freeze your holiday season. ❄️Get vaccinated and boosted, and follow these easy steps to keep yourself and your loved ones safe. Leave COVID-19 out in the cold by visiting de.gov/holidays.

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Concerned COVID-19 could freeze your holiday season? ❄️Don’t let it! Get vaccinated and boosted, and follow these easy steps to keep yourself and your loved ones safe. Leave COVID-19 out in the cold by visiting de.gov/holidays.

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For more data on Delaware COVID cases, testing and outcomes, including demographic breakdowns, go to My Healthy Community