Delaware added another 74 new COVID-19 cases Saturday, but no new deaths.
The death total remains at 507 for a third straight day. And the state has seen just 3 deaths over the past week.
The new positive cases push the state’s total to 11,091 since March 11th.
Gov. John Carney says he plans to make a decision on moving the state Phase 3 of its reopening plan early this week.
He delayed that move to wait on results from a large testing event Thursday in Rehoboth Beach, and in response to concerns about compliance with mask-wearing and social distancing
Delaware continues to see its 5-day averages for percent of people testing positive and positive cases start to trend up slightly.
And hospitalizations ticked up Saturday from 78 to 83 – with 15 people critically ill.
Overall, over 93,000 COVID-19 tests in the First State have returned negative and 6,665 people have recovered from the virus.