COVID-19 Information

Kent County Tourism Corporation is closely monitoring the coronavirus situation as it continues to evolve. Please be prepared to take precautions relating to COVID-19. For the latest information, please visit the CDC website for travel updates. There are no travel restrictions within domestic U.S. To find the latest information regarding coronavirus in Delaware, visit

Travelers are always encouraged to exercise healthy habits when traveling and follow guidance  issued by official sources of public health information.

We have currently removed any festivals and or events on our website that may have been cancelled.

For the latest information, please reach out directly or visit website for hotels, businesses, attractions, museums, and event organizations regarding their current status of operations and changes that may impact your travel plans.

Governor John Carney declared a State of Emergency beginning on March 13, 2020 mobilizing state agency resources to assist with the state’s response to the virus. The State of Emergency was modified on March 16, 2020 to limit Delaware restaurants, taverns and bars to take-out and delivery service (we recommend calling ahead to restaurant establishments for hours of operation and available services) only to help prevent spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Governor Carney’s updated emergency declaration also bans public gatherings of 50 or more people, consistent with updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and closes gaming activity at Delaware casinos.

Many craft breweries, distilleries and wineries are open for curbside to-go services ( please call ahead to confirm hours of operation and available services), click here for a listing of libations in Kent County. 

Many boutique shops in Kent County are offering online ordering, making it easier to shop local from home. For a listing of boutique shops in Kent County, click here. 

Delaware State Park offices and nature centers will close March 17, 2020. State Park programs and tours are canceled. Parks are open, and no entrance fees will be charged until April 30. All state park campsites, cabins, bathhouses, and cottages are closed at this time. Anyone visiting a park or wildlife area is encouraged to engage in responsible social distancing practices, avoiding groupings of people. 

You can find the most up to date information regarding the coronavirus in Delaware by visiting

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