As Delaware gets closer to reaching its goal of 70% of the population being vaccinated by July 4, the state’s COVID-19 numbers are among the lowest they’ve been in an entire year.
Over a seven-day moving average, the state added 42 new cases. Hospitalizations are up to 40. Hospitalizations saw their all-time low of 29 over the weekend, matching a low recorded last summer.
“Our overall case rate has decreased by 41% last week, which is even a greater decrease than what we saw the prior week,” said Dr. Karyl Rattay, director of the Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH). “So exciting news on the front of how we’re doing with infection in our state right now.” Read more: https://www.wdel.com/news/delaware-sees-lowest-covid-19-numbers-in-a-year/article_838009d4-c890-11eb-9a76-6ff9d12508b3.html