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Mountaire Farms employee tests positive for COVID-19

SELBYVILLE, Del. - Mountaire Farms says they have confirmed one of their employees from their Selbyville plant has tested positive for COVID-19. According to a press release the employee has not been at work at the facility for 13 days…

Three additional COVID-19 related deaths announced in Delaware

SMYRNA, Del. - The Delaware Division of Public Health says that three more Delawareans have passed away as a result of the coronavirus. The individuals include an 87-year-old New Castle County woman, 89-year-old New Castle County man, and 94-year-old New…

Berlin company closes due to possible COVID-19 exposures

BERLIN, Md. - Kelly Foods Corporation in Berlin is currently closed due to possible exposures to the coronavirus. We're told that the company reached out to the Worcester County Health Department for guidance on the possible exposures, who recommended that…

Dorchester Co. Health Department announces first COVID-19 case

CAMBRIDGE, Md. - The Dorchester County Health Department announced the county's first confirmed coronavirus case Tuesday morning. According to the health department, the individual is a male in his 50s, who has been directed to self-isolate at home. Officials say…

MSP enforcing Governor's executive order to stay at home

PIKESVILLE, Md. - Maryland State Police say they are continuing their public education and enforcement efforts regarding Governor Larry Hogan's stay-at-home order. Troopers say that although they will be enforcing the order, they will not make traffic stops to simply…

Requirements and template for handmade masks

LEWES, Del. - Beebe Healthcare is accepting donations of homemade masks but has some specific guidelines for people to follow. The hospital has created an online template for a 3-ply surgical pleated…

Ocean City beach, boardwalk to remain closed until April 30th

OCEAN CITY, Md. - Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan announced on Monday that the closure of the beach and boardwalk will be extended through April 30th. This declaration also closes the Inlet parking lot. In addition, visitors and non-resident property…

PRMC announces entry point changes during coronavirus pandemic

SALISBURY, Md. - Starting tomorrow, March 31st, PRMC will implement a central entry point for patients with scheduled appointments and procedures. With the exception of the Richard A. Henson Cancer Institute and Guerrieri Heart & Vascular Institute patients, all must…

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