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Old May 16th, 2020, 01:15 PM #21
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Is the governor ready to lift the state of emergency?
Governor Carney Releases Phase 1 Economic Reopening Guidance

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Phase 1 of Delaware’s economic reopening will begin on June 1.
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“We’re all ready to get our economy going again, and to spend more time with our friends and loved ones,” said Governor Carney. “Since Day 1 of this crisis, Delaware’s response to COVID-19 has been driven by the science. We can’t have a healthy, functioning economy again until our communities are healthy. There is good news. Delawareans have worked together, stayed home, and saved lives. Your actions have driven down cases and hospitalizations statewide. That will help us reopen Delaware’s economy safely in the coming weeks – while protecting the most vulnerable Delawareans.
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Businesses that will open during Phase 1 – including restaurant and retail establishments – generally must limit capacity to 30 percent of fire code occupancy, excluding staff. Employees who have been telecommuting should continue to do so wherever possible, and employers should close common areas where employees are likely to congregate.
Same Fat Larry thinking. Like I said above, idiot.

https://news.delaware.gov/2020/05/15...ning-guidance/
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Old May 16th, 2020, 01:24 PM #22
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Governor Carney Releases Phase 1 Economic Reopening Guidance



Same Fat Larry thinking. Like I said above, idiot.

https://news.delaware.gov/2020/05/15...ning-guidance/
Thanks for the updates. Located the following in the governor opening letter on Phase I.

Interstate travel restrictions and the fourteen (14) day self-quarantine
requirements of the State of Emergency Orders remain in place.
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My brother travels back and forth from DE. to MD. 5 days a week .
Does he have a Magic Piece of Paper?

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Is pleasure boating allowed now in DE? I don't see any information on the DE websites.
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Is pleasure boating allowed now in DE? I don't see any information on the DE websites.
Nothing mentioned in the Reopening-Guidance regarding boating

https://governor.delaware.gov/wp-con...ance_Phase.pdf
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MAY 26, 2020 -- Governor John Carney today announced that he will lift the ban on short-term rental units and the mandatory 14-day quarantine for out-of-state travelers on June 1.

The governor previously lifted his restrictions on Delaware beaches ahead of the Memorial Day weekend.

Gov. Carney also announced that outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people -- including weddings and outdoor graduation ceremonies -- will be permitted in Delaware beginning on June 1, with basic public health precautions in place to protect against spread of COVID-19. Cloth face coverings must be worn in accordance with Governor Carney's State of Emergency declaration, and individuals must maintain social distance of at least six feet from anyone outside of their household.

Gatherings of more than 250 individuals are not permitted during Phase 1. However, those planning large outdoor events may apply to host a large gathering by submitting a plan to covid19faq@delaware.gov at least seven (7) days prior to the anticipated event. Plan approval is subject to the discretion of the Division of Small Business or Department of Education, in consultation with the Division of Public Health.
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