Kali Kniel, Professor of Microbial Food Safety, University of Delaware, firstname.lastname@example.org At this point in time, just short of 33 million Americans have been sick with COVID-19, and people continue to be sickened with the virus each day. Another number… Continue Reading
Kali Kniel, Professor of Microbial Food Safety, University of Delaware, email@example.com Keeping up with the latest COVID-associated news can sometimes feel like a roller coaster ride. The CDC announced on May 16 that fully vaccinated people can resume activities without… Continue Reading
Kali Kniel, Professor of Microbial Food Safety, University of Delaware, firstname.lastname@example.org It is late springtime, when the sun is shining, and the soil temperatures are rising. A variety of crops are being harvested, while others are being planted; yet as… Continue Reading
COVID-19 vaccination is currently available to Delawareans ages 5+ at numerous sites throughout the state. Some sites require an appointment and others offer walk-in hours. Information about vaccine sites and appointments is online at https://coronavirus.delaware.gov/vaccine/where-can-i-get-my-vaccine/.
May 1 & 2 Walk-ins/drive-up vaccination will be available without appointments at the following three locations, however, registering for your shot will guarantee there will a vaccine for you upon your arrival. If you are receiving your second dose of… Continue Reading