June 1st Reopening in Delaware

June 01, 2020 1 min read

June 1st Reopening in Delaware - Peter Kate

Sissy Aerenson, owner of Peter Kate boutique, said her employees are equipped and ready for customers.

"We have hand sanitizer everywhere, we have wipes, we're constantly in communication with the medical professionals and our customers about what's going on," said Aerenson.

After being cooped up for months, people across Delaware are ready for June 1, when in-person activity can resume at 30% capacity for retailers, restaurants and other businesses. It marks Delaware's Phase 1 of the economic reopening.

"Yes, I really am excited because I just want to go shopping. I just want to get some shirts and ties," said Wilmington resident Cherise Johnson.

Governor John Carney started a rolling reopening last Wednesday, when customers were allowed inside retailers by appointment only.

Changes to in-person dining when Delaware reopens June 1


Sissy Aerenson, owner of Peter Kate boutique, said her employees are equipped and ready for customers.

"We have hand sanitizer everywhere, we have wipes, we're constantly in communication with the medical professionals and our customers about what's going on," said Aerenson.

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