Cyclists take a break and take in the scenery at Herring Point in Cape Henlopen State Park.
Youngsters find a spot away from everyone else in the middle of the parade grounds at Cape Henlopen State Park.
Signs of gratitude are appearing at Beebe Healthcare as well as at other locations where front-line workers are assisting the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nearly all beach-access points in Cape Henlopen State Park are closed, although the sign in the background notes that people are permitted to exercise or walk a dog or drive on to surf fish with some restrictions.
The point in Cape Henlopen State Park is closed to all traffic with no beach access.
Although the Cape Henlopen State Park fishing pier is open, so far, few people are using it for fishing.
Signs thanking staff are cropping up around the perimeter of Beebe Healthcare in Lewes.
Even the giant bull at Parsons Farms Produce near Frankford is wearing a protective face mask.
Scott Walker, a Republican running for U.S. Congress, has posted “No Lock Down” signs next to some of his campaign signs, such as this near Nassau Bridge. Walker has filed a lawsuit against Gov. John Carney for restrictions placed on businesses and residents due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Construction continues during the COVID-19 crisis on projects such as the Cape Henlopen High School addition.
In a sign of the times, this parking lot in downtown Georgetown for Sussex County government employees is normally filled to capacity each weekday morning. Many workers are now working from home.
Restaurants, pizza shops, grocery stores and other essential businesses are required to limit the number of people who walk through the door.