Anyone who enters Delaware from another state must self-quarantine for two weeks under Gov. John Carney’s latest update to his State of Emergency declaration.
The state is responding to homelessness advocates’ cries for support amid the coronavirus outbreak.
This week on "The Green"
Schools in the First State remain closed until at least May 15 th under Gov. John Carney’s emergency order. That means at least a month and a half more of school trying to educate students remotely. The challenge of doing that it’s a huge one. Delaware Public Media contributor Larry Nagengast checked in this week with districts and schools around the state to see how they’re faring – and found approaches and preparedness vary.