Starting April 14, customers are required to wear face masks while shopping at Fresh Market near Rehoboth Beach.
Many local grocery stores, such as Giant near Rehoboth Beach, now have one-way aisles to promote social distancing.
A monitored line for shoppers at Safeway near Rehoboth Beach starts at the door in compliance with restrictions on how many people can be in a store at one time.
Lewes shoppers appreciate that Lloyd’s Market on Savannah Road has remained opened with stocked shelves throughout the COVID-19 crisis. One customer took time to place a thank-you sign outside the business.
A sign of gratitude is placed across the street from Lloyd’s Market in Lewes.
A masked bicyclist stops before crossing over Savannah Road at the Five Points intersection.
Dairy Queen in Lewes was open for a few days when the COVID-19 pandemic first hit the area, but has since closed its doors. A lot of people are looking forward to ice cream treats at the beach.
There is no doubt Lowe’s near Lewes was closed Easter Sunday. Staff literally barricaded all entrances. Hardware and garden businesses are not at a loss for customers as people who are out of work take on home projects.
A family on Hudson Road between Lewes and Milton says there is hope.
Week 4 ends with an emotional tribute by local first responders to Beebe Healthcare staff. Beebe President and CEO David Tam takes time to thank as many volunteer firefighters as he can.
Led by Lewes Police, a long line of first repsonders drive on Savannah Road toward Beebe Healthcare.
Beebe staff thank first responders as they circle around the hospital during an April 9 tribute.