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Public Health Announces 184 Additional Positive Cases of Covid-19 in Delaware, 7 more deathsDate Posted: May 1, 2020
Recovery Town Hall – May 4, 6:00pm – Northern New Castle County focusDate Posted: May 1, 2020
Recovery Town Hall – May 6, 7:30pm – Sussex County focusDate Posted: May 1, 2020
Recovery Town Hall – May 7, 6:00pm – Southern New Castle County focusDate Posted: May 1, 2020
May 1, 1:45pm COVID-19 BriefingDate Posted: April 30, 2020
DPH Announces 79 More Positive Cases; 8 Additional DeathsDate Posted: April 30, 2020
Governor Carney Issues 14th Modification to Emergency DeclarationDate Posted: April 30, 2020
DNREC state parks, wildlife area visitors must bring masks starting FridayDate Posted: April 30, 2020
Public Health Announces 80 More Positive Cases of COVID-19, 7 Additional DeathsDate Posted: April 29, 2020
Sussex County: Coronavirus testing sites announced April 29-May 4, 2020Date Posted: April 29, 2020
El gobernador Carney declara foco infeccioso de COVID-19 en el condado de SussexDate Posted: April 29, 2020
Reduced Driving Leads to Rebates, Reimbursements, Reduced Insurance RatesDate Posted: April 29, 2020
Recovery Town Hall – April 29, 6:00pm – Kent County FocusDate Posted: April 29, 2020
Public Health Announces 413 Additional Positive Cases of COVID-19, 12 More DeathsDate Posted: April 28, 2020
April 28, 3:00pm COVID-19 BriefingDate Posted: April 28, 2020
Governor Carney Declares COVID-19 Hot Spot in Sussex County, Announces Expansion of Community Testing SitesDate Posted: April 28, 2020
Gouvènè Carney Deklare COVID-19 la yon Pwen Cho nan Konte Sussex, Anonse Agrandisman Sit Kominotè pou Tès yoDate Posted: April 28, 2020
DNREC appeals Public Service Commission’s Earth Day action to halt key environmental policyDate Posted: April 27, 2020
Public Health Announces 128 Additional Positive Cases of COVID-19, 5 New Deaths of DelawareansDate Posted: April 27, 2020
Delawareans yo ap oblije kouvri figi yo nan plas piblikDate Posted: April 26, 2020
Los residentes de Delaware deberán usar mascarillaDate Posted: April 26, 2020
Delaware Division of Public Health Announces 458 Additional Positive Cases of COVID-19Date Posted: April 26, 2020
Governor Carney Requires Delawareans to Wear Face Coverings in Public SettingsDate Posted: April 25, 2020
Delaware’s Division of Public Health Announces 12 More Deaths Due to Complications from COVID-19Date Posted: April 25, 2020
Delaware Schools Closed through Academic YearDate Posted: April 24, 2020
Public Health Announces 134 More Positive Cases of COVID-19 in Delaware, 8 New DeathsDate Posted: April 24, 2020
DSHA Pauses Delaware Housing Assistance Program to Manage Volume, Assess Available ResourcesDate Posted: April 24, 2020
Top federal and state prosecutors form Delaware COVID-19 anti-fraud coalitionDate Posted: April 24, 2020
April 24, 1:45 pm COVID-19 BriefingDate Posted: April 24, 2020
Governor Carney Removes Restrictions on Out-of-State Health Care Workers to Assist in COVID-19 ResponseDate Posted: April 23, 2020
St. Jones Reserve trail reopenedDate Posted: April 23, 2020
Governor Carney Announces Public Engagement Around Economic Reopening, RecoveryDate Posted: April 23, 2020
Public Health Announces 108 More Positive Cases, 3 New Deaths Related to COVID-19Date Posted: April 23, 2020
Report highlights Delawareans’ desire for climate change actionDate Posted: April 23, 2020
Public Health Announces 7 More Deaths Related to COVID-19, 269 New Positive Cases in DelawareDate Posted: April 22, 2020
Governor Carney Partners with Health Providers and Sussex Employers on Community Testing Sites, Outreach, EducationDate Posted: April 22, 2020
Public Health Announces 10 New Deaths, 186 Additional Positive Cases of COVID-19Date Posted: April 21, 2020
Preventing Child Abuse, Raising Awareness During COVID-19Date Posted: April 21, 2020
DNREC Mirror Lake clean-up earns more national acclaim; innovative approach reduces pollutants in the Christina RiverDate Posted: April 21, 2020
April 21, 1:45pm COVID-19 BriefingDate Posted: April 20, 2020
Public Health Announces 207 Additional Positive Cases, 5 News DeathsDate Posted: April 20, 2020
Polly Drummond yard waste site closed for the day Sunday for capacity and trafficDate Posted: April 19, 2020
DHSS Announces Three More Deaths Involving Residents or Patients at Its 24/7 FacilitiesDate Posted: April 19, 2020
MEDIA ADVISORY: Public Health Makes Changes to Daily COVID-19 Reporting FormatDate Posted: April 19, 2020
COVID-19 Update April 18, 2020: Public Health Announces 215 Additional Positive Cases; 6 New DeathsDate Posted: April 18, 2020
COVID-19 Update April 17, 2020: Public Health Announces 9 More Deaths, 248 New Positive CasesDate Posted: April 17, 2020
Delaware extends 2020 produce grower registration due to COVID-19Date Posted: April 17, 2020
Delaware Department of Labor Releases Guidelines on 13 Week Extension of Unemployment BenefitsDate Posted: April 17, 2020
DHSS Seeks Comment on State Plan on Aging at Two Public Hearings This MonthDate Posted: April 17, 2020
DHSS Announces First Coronavirus-Related Death of Resident from 24/7 FacilitiesDate Posted: April 16, 2020
COVID-19 Update for April 16, 2020: DPH Announces 61 Additional Positive Cases; 6 New Deaths; 24 Additional RecoveredDate Posted: April 16, 2020
COVID-19 and the Black Community in DelawareDate Posted: April 16, 2020
April 17, 1:45pm Live COVID-19 BriefingDate Posted: April 16, 2020
St. Jones Reserve trail in Dover temporarily closed due to storm damageDate Posted: April 16, 2020
DOL Releases Guidance for Independent Contractors and Self-employed Seeking Unemployment Through the CARES ActDate Posted: April 16, 2020
Delaware celebrates 50th anniversary of Earth DayDate Posted: April 16, 2020
CORRECTED: COVID-19 Update April 15, 2020: Public Health Announces 88 New Positive Cases, 3 More DeathsDate Posted: April 15, 2020
DHSS Livestream – Message to the Hispanic CommunityDate Posted: April 15, 2020
Governor Carney Requires Stricter Measures in Long-Term Care Facilities to Fight COVID-19Date Posted: April 15, 2020
COVID-19 Update April 14, 2020: Public Health Announces 165 Additional Positive Cases, 2 New DeathsDate Posted: April 14, 2020
DSHA Announces $9 Million in Funding Available for Downtown Development District Project RebatesDate Posted: April 14, 2020
COVID-19 and Global Markets: Free Webinars from Export DelawareDate Posted: April 14, 2020
Delaware Libraries Shared Virtual Library Event CalendarDate Posted: April 14, 2020
April 14, 1:45pm Live COVID-19 BriefingDate Posted: April 14, 2020
Public Health Announces 136 Additional Positive Cases; 6 New DeathsDate Posted: April 13, 2020
Attorney General Jennings Announces New Director of Division of Civil Rights & Public TrustDate Posted: April 13, 2020
Governor Carney and Five Governors Announce Multi-State Council to Get People Back to Work and Restore the EconomyDate Posted: April 13, 2020
COVID-19 Update April 12, 2020: Public Health Announces 146 More Positive Cases; 2 New DeathsDate Posted: April 12, 2020
COVID-19 Update April 11, 2020: DPH Announces 153 Additional Positive Cases, 1 New DeathDate Posted: April 11, 2020
Governor Carney Urges Delawareans with Health Care, Child Care Experience to Assist in COVID-19 ResponseDate Posted: April 11, 2020
CORRECTED: Public Health Announces 117 Additional Positive Cases; 9 New DeathsDate Posted: April 10, 2020
Governor Carney Formally Extends State of Emergency; Partners with Nextdoor on Neighborhood OutreachDate Posted: April 10, 2020
COVID-19 Update April 9, 2020: Public Health Announces 93 New Positive Cases, 4 More DeathsDate Posted: April 9, 2020
State Continues to Process Taxes And FeesDate Posted: April 9, 2020
DNREC to limit number of people allowed in state parks and wildlife areas, which may close for periodsDate Posted: April 9, 2020
COVID-19 Update April 8, 2020: Public Health Announces 188 Additional Positive Cases; 3 New Deaths Date Posted: April 8, 2020
DHSS Announces Positive Cases Involving Patients and Staff at Delaware Psychiatric CenterDPCDate Posted: April 8, 2020
Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) Issues Guidance Around MasksDate Posted: April 8, 2020
Attorney General Jennings Warns of Scams Related to Stimulus ChecksDate Posted: April 8, 2020
The National Endowment for the Arts Announces CARES Act Funding GuidelinesDate Posted: April 8, 2020
April 9, 1:45pm Live COVID-19 BriefingDate Posted: April 8, 2020
COVID-19 Update April 7, 2020: Public Health Updates Positive Cases, Recoveries; Announces Additional DeathDate Posted: April 7, 2020
Additional Alternate Care Site AnnouncedDate Posted: April 7, 2020
Consumer-Friendly Auto Insurer Actions Will Give Residents More Than $1.5 MillionDate Posted: April 7, 2020
COVID-19 Update April 6, 2020: Public Health Announces 110 New Positive Cases; 1 Additional DeathDate Posted: April 6, 2020
Governor Carney Issues Updated State of Emergency; Bans Short-Term RentalsDate Posted: April 6, 2020
Alternate Care Sites AnnouncedDate Posted: April 6, 2020
April 7, 1:00pm Live COVID-19 BriefingDate Posted: April 6, 2020
AG Jennings Urges Delawareans to Follow Governor’s Emergency Orders, Keep Themselves and Law Enforcement SafeDate Posted: April 6, 2020
Due to Widespread Community Transmission of COVID-19, DHSS Ending All Walk-in Access to Public OfficesDate Posted: April 5, 2020
COVID-19 Update April 5, 2020: Public Health Announces 80 Additional Positive Cases; 6 New HospitalizationsDate Posted: April 5, 2020
April 4, 2020, COVID-19 UPDATE: 143 More Positive Cases, No New DeathsDate Posted: April 4, 2020
April 3, 2020: Public Health Updates Deaths, Positive Cases and Recoveries from COVID-19 in DelawareDate Posted: April 3, 2020
DNREC provides virtual environmental and educational contentDate Posted: April 3, 2020
April 3, 1:00pm Live COVID-19 updateDate Posted: April 3, 2020
Delaware Public Health Announces 1 Additional Death, 25 Additional Positive CasesDate Posted: April 2, 2020
Delaware Correctional Officers and Inmates Contribute to Delaware’s COVID-19 ResponseDate Posted: April 2, 2020
DNREC Closes Park and Wildlife Area Amenities; Limits Outdoor Recreation Activities at BeachesDate Posted: April 2, 2020
Governor Carney Urges Delawareans, Businesses, Nonprofits to Support COVID-19 ResponseDate Posted: April 2, 2020
SNAP de Delaware va a emitir beneficios de emergencia que estarán disponible empezando el 1 de abrilDate Posted: April 1, 2020

SMYRNA (May 1, 2020) – The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is announcing seven additional fatalities related to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and is providing an update on the number of positive cases and recovered individuals. All data reported through the daily updates are based on data received as of 6 p.m. the previous day.
In total,159 Delawareans have passed away due to complications from COVID-19. Individuals who have died from COVID-19 ranged in age from 30 to 103 years old. Of those who have died, 83 were females and 76 were males. A total of 70 individuals were from New Castle County, 27 were from Kent County, and 62 were from Sussex County.
DPH will provide demographic information for COVID-19-related deaths in aggregate only, and will no longer provide demographics of each individual person who died.
The most recent deaths announced today ranged in age from 30 to 98. Five were female and two were male. Two were New Castle County residents, one was a Kent County resident, and four were Sussex County residents. Six of the most recent deaths involved individuals with underlying health conditions. Five individuals were residents of long-term care facilities. DPH learned that one previously reported death was a resident of a long-term care facility, therefore that individual is now included in the total fatalities related to long-term care.
To protect personal health information, DPH will not confirm specific information about any individual case, even if other persons or entities disclose it independently.
Governor Carney’s thirteenth modification to his State of Emergency declaration, requires Delawareans to wear face coverings in public settings, including in grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies, doctor’s offices, and on public transportation. Governor Carney’s order recommends but does not require children aged 12 or younger to wear a face covering. Any child 2-years-old or younger MUST NOT wear a face covering, due to the risk of suffocation.
The latest Delaware COVID-19 case statistics* cumulatively since March 11, provided as of 6 p.m., Thursday, April 30, include:
4,918 total laboratory-confirmed cases
New Castle County cases: 1,829
Kent County cases: 773
Sussex County cases: 2,292
Unknown County: 24
Females: 2,645; Males: 2,251; Unknown: 22
Age range: 0 to 103
Currently hospitalized: 281; Critically ill: 58 (This data represents individuals currently hospitalized in a Delaware hospital regardless of residence, and is not cumulative.)
Delawareans recovered: 1,403
17,667 negative cases***Data are provisional and subject to change.**Data on negative cases are preliminary, based on negative results reported to DPH by state and commercial laboratories performing analysis.
Additional demographic data on COVID-19 cases and deaths, including race/ethnicity, more age-specific data and rates information by ZIP code, can be found on the Division of Public Health’s My Healthy Community data portal. The data on My Healthy Community will supplement, not replace, the daily case data displayed on de.gov/coronavirus.
Delaware is considering patients fully recovered seven days after the resolution of their symptoms. Three days after symptoms resolve, patients are no longer required to self-isolate at home; however, they must continue to practice strict social distancing for the remaining four days before returning to their normal daily routine.
Long-term Care Statistics:
Moving forward, information related to positive cases and deaths among residents at long-term care facilities will be updated weekly on Friday, using information reported as of 6 p.m. Thursday. There have a total of 322 positive COVID-19 cases confirmed cumulatively involving long-term care residents and 102 residents of Delaware long-term care facilities have died from complications related to COVID-19.
The locations and number of deaths related to long-term care facilities are:
Atlantic Shores Rehabilitation and Health Center, Millsboro (3)
Brackenville Center, Genesis Healthcare, Hockessin (3)
Brandywine Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Wilmington (9)
Cadia Broadmeadow, Middletown (3)
Delaware Psychiatric Center, New Castle (2)
Delaware Hospital for the Chronically Ill, Smyrna (4)
Governor Bacon Health Center, Delaware City (1)
Harbor Healthcare and Rehabilitation, Lewes (3)
Harrison House Senior Living, Georgetown (9)
Hillside Center, Wilmington (3)
Little Sisters of the Poor, Newark (11)
Methodist Country House, Wilmington (3)
Milford Center, Genesis Healthcare, Milford (27)
New Castle Health and Rehabilitation Center, New Castle (6)
Parkview Nursing and Rehabilitation, Wilmington (3)
Pinnacle Rehabilitation and Health Center, Smyrna (4)
Seven other New Castle County long-term care facilities (1 death at each facility)
One Sussex County long-term care facility (1 death at the facility)
If you are sick with any of the following symptoms, stay home: fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, muscle fatigue, chills, shaking with chills, loss of smell or taste. Other symptoms such as headache or digestive symptoms (vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain or lack of appetite) have been identified as potential symptoms related to COVID-19 and may prompt further screening, action or investigation. If you are sick and need essential supplies, ask someone else to go to the grocery store or the pharmacy to get what you need.
If you think you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, or have symptoms of illness, make sure to distance yourself from others, particularly vulnerable populations. Older adults and people of any age with serious underlying medical conditions – including serious heart conditions, chronic lung conditions, including moderate to severe asthma, severe obesity and those who are immunocompromised, including through cancer treatment – might be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.
Statewide testing at standing health facility testing sites require a physician’s order or prescription to be tested (*Bayhealth patients will be pre-screened via phone without needing to see a provider first). These are not walk-in testing sites. Those without a primary care provider can call the DPH Call Center Line at 1-866-408-1899. In New Castle County, individuals can call ChristianaCare at 1-302-733-1000 and Sussex County residents who do not have a provider can call the Beebe COVID-19 Screening Line at 302-645-3200. Individuals awaiting test results, should wait to hear back from their medical provider. The DPH Call Center does not have test results.
Additionally, expanded community testing is occurring in Sussex County. These sites do not require a physician’s order. These community testing sites are for community members and employees along the Route 113 corridor in Sussex County, including areas as far west as Seaford/Laurel with a focus on employees of essential businesses, at-risk populations and their families, those exposed to someone with COVID-19, or someone caring for a sick family member with COVID-19. The hours of operation for these sites may be limited by the number of supplies available for the specific event.
Anyone with a question about COVID-19, whether related to medical or social service needs, should call Delaware 2-1-1; or 7-1-1 for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, or text your ZIP code to 898-211. Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
In addition, the Division of Public Health asks any Delaware health care, long-term care, residential, or other high-risk facility with questions or concerns to email: DPH_PAC@delaware.gov or call the DPH Call Center at 1-866-408-1899 and press ext. 2.
Questions can also be submitted by email at DPHCall@delaware.gov.
DPH will continue to update the public as more information becomes available. For the latest on Delaware’s response, go to de.gov/coronavirus.
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SMYRNA (May 1, 2020) – The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is announcing seven additional fatalities related to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and is providing an update on the number of positive cases and recovered individuals. All data reported through the daily updates are based on data received as of 6 p.m. the previous day.
In total,159 Delawareans have passed away due to complications from COVID-19. Individuals who have died from COVID-19 ranged in age from 30 to 103 years old. Of those who have died, 83 were females and 76 were males. A total of 70 individuals were from New Castle County, 27 were from Kent County, and 62 were from Sussex County.
DPH will provide demographic information for COVID-19-related deaths in aggregate only, and will no longer provide demographics of each individual person who died.
The most recent deaths announced today ranged in age from 30 to 98. Five were female and two were male. Two were New Castle County residents, one was a Kent County resident, and four were Sussex County residents. Six of the most recent deaths involved individuals with underlying health conditions. Five individuals were residents of long-term care facilities. DPH learned that one previously reported death was a resident of a long-term care facility, therefore that individual is now included in the total fatalities related to long-term care.
To protect personal health information, DPH will not confirm specific information about any individual case, even if other persons or entities disclose it independently.
Governor Carney’s thirteenth modification to his State of Emergency declaration, requires Delawareans to wear face coverings in public settings, including in grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies, doctor’s offices, and on public transportation. Governor Carney’s order recommends but does not require children aged 12 or younger to wear a face covering. Any child 2-years-old or younger MUST NOT wear a face covering, due to the risk of suffocation.
The latest Delaware COVID-19 case statistics* cumulatively since March 11, provided as of 6 p.m., Thursday, April 30, include:
4,918 total laboratory-confirmed cases
New Castle County cases: 1,829
Kent County cases: 773
Sussex County cases: 2,292
Unknown County: 24
Females: 2,645; Males: 2,251; Unknown: 22
Age range: 0 to 103
Currently hospitalized: 281; Critically ill: 58 (This data represents individuals currently hospitalized in a Delaware hospital regardless of residence, and is not cumulative.)
Delawareans recovered: 1,403
17,667 negative cases***Data are provisional and subject to change.**Data on negative cases are preliminary, based on negative results reported to DPH by state and commercial laboratories performing analysis.
Additional demographic data on COVID-19 cases and deaths, including race/ethnicity, more age-specific data and rates information by ZIP code, can be found on the Division of Public Health’s My Healthy Community data portal. The data on My Healthy Community will supplement, not replace, the daily case data displayed on de.gov/coronavirus.
Delaware is considering patients fully recovered seven days after the resolution of their symptoms. Three days after symptoms resolve, patients are no longer required to self-isolate at home; however, they must continue to practice strict social distancing for the remaining four days before returning to their normal daily routine.
Long-term Care Statistics:
Moving forward, information related to positive cases and deaths among residents at long-term care facilities will be updated weekly on Friday, using information reported as of 6 p.m. Thursday. There have a total of 322 positive COVID-19 cases confirmed cumulatively involving long-term care residents and 102 residents of Delaware long-term care facilities have died from complications related to COVID-19.
The locations and number of deaths related to long-term care facilities are:
Atlantic Shores Rehabilitation and Health Center, Millsboro (3)
Brackenville Center, Genesis Healthcare, Hockessin (3)
Brandywine Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Wilmington (9)
Cadia Broadmeadow, Middletown (3)
Delaware Psychiatric Center, New Castle (2)
Delaware Hospital for the Chronically Ill, Smyrna (4)
Governor Bacon Health Center, Delaware City (1)
Harbor Healthcare and Rehabilitation, Lewes (3)
Harrison House Senior Living, Georgetown (9)
Hillside Center, Wilmington (3)
Little Sisters of the Poor, Newark (11)
Methodist Country House, Wilmington (3)
Milford Center, Genesis Healthcare, Milford (27)
New Castle Health and Rehabilitation Center, New Castle (6)
Parkview Nursing and Rehabilitation, Wilmington (3)
Pinnacle Rehabilitation and Health Center, Smyrna (4)
Seven other New Castle County long-term care facilities (1 death at each facility)
One Sussex County long-term care facility (1 death at the facility)
If you are sick with any of the following symptoms, stay home: fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, muscle fatigue, chills, shaking with chills, loss of smell or taste. Other symptoms such as headache or digestive symptoms (vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain or lack of appetite) have been identified as potential symptoms related to COVID-19 and may prompt further screening, action or investigation. If you are sick and need essential supplies, ask someone else to go to the grocery store or the pharmacy to get what you need.
If you think you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, or have symptoms of illness, make sure to distance yourself from others, particularly vulnerable populations. Older adults and people of any age with serious underlying medical conditions – including serious heart conditions, chronic lung conditions, including moderate to severe asthma, severe obesity and those who are immunocompromised, including through cancer treatment – might be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.
Statewide testing at standing health facility testing sites require a physician’s order or prescription to be tested (*Bayhealth patients will be pre-screened via phone without needing to see a provider first). These are not walk-in testing sites. Those without a primary care provider can call the DPH Call Center Line at 1-866-408-1899. In New Castle County, individuals can call ChristianaCare at 1-302-733-1000 and Sussex County residents who do not have a provider can call the Beebe COVID-19 Screening Line at 302-645-3200. Individuals awaiting test results, should wait to hear back from their medical provider. The DPH Call Center does not have test results.
Additionally, expanded community testing is occurring in Sussex County. These sites do not require a physician’s order. These community testing sites are for community members and employees along the Route 113 corridor in Sussex County, including areas as far west as Seaford/Laurel with a focus on employees of essential businesses, at-risk populations and their families, those exposed to someone with COVID-19, or someone caring for a sick family member with COVID-19. The hours of operation for these sites may be limited by the number of supplies available for the specific event.
Anyone with a question about COVID-19, whether related to medical or social service needs, should call Delaware 2-1-1; or 7-1-1 for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, or text your ZIP code to 898-211. Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
In addition, the Division of Public Health asks any Delaware health care, long-term care, residential, or other high-risk facility with questions or concerns to email: DPH_PAC@delaware.gov or call the DPH Call Center at 1-866-408-1899 and press ext. 2.
Questions can also be submitted by email at DPHCall@delaware.gov.
DPH will continue to update the public as more information becomes available. For the latest on Delaware’s response, go to de.gov/coronavirus.
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Related Topics:  Coronavirus, Sussex County

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