Phase 2 – Reopening Delaware
Delaware is currently in Phase 2 as of June 15, 2020. During Phase 2, businesses will open with restrictions including arts & culture, food & beverage establishments, malls, casinos, retail, commercial short-term lodging, youth sports, golf courses, community pools, convention centers and meeting facilities, personal care services, realty, exercise facilities, racetrack parks, and places of worship.
Starting Friday, February 12th, at 8:00a.m. occupancy inside restaurants, retail stores, gyms, houses of worship, art venues and other businesses are must not exceed 50% of stated fire occupancy. Patrons should wear a face covering when not eating or drinking, whenever staff approaches the table and whenever they get up from the table. Please call ahead to confirm hours of operation, services for dine-in reservations, take-out options, and curbside pick-up. For a list of restaurants and libations in Kent County, click here. For more information about the updated modification, please click here.
Delaware State Parks are open. Camping at Killens Pond State Park including campsites, cabins, and RVs sites are available for reservations. Anyone visiting a park or wildlife area is encouraged to engage in responsible social distancing practices, visit during non-peak hours and required to wear a face mask. (click here for more information).
Delaware beaches are open and subject to strict social distancing requirements and other restrictions. Click here to read the beach regulations for Delaware.
Visitors and Delawareans are required to wear a facemask (indoors with anyone outside their household) and in public settings including grocery stores, doctor offices, pharmacies, and public transportation.
Get the most of your Delaware getaway by knowing the ins and outs of traveling during COVID-19 before your visit. The following are helpful guides:
We recommend calling ahead, visiting website and or social media for the latest information for hours of operation, tour availability, reservations, services before you visit any retail, attractions, restaurants, museums, etc in Kent County.