Delaware Gov. John Carney has released the state's economic reopening guidance for phase one, which is targeted to begin on June 1.
This comes a day after Carney announced that beaches and community pools will reopen to residents on May 22 at 5 p.m. as part of a rolling reopening plan.
The out-of-state quarantine and ban on short term rentals remains in effect.
Carney said in a news conference on Friday the state is focused on making accommodations to protect public health while responding to the imperative of a strong and working economy.
The state used feedback from a variety of entities, including the business community and Delawareans across the state, to assist in developing guidance for phase one.
"Now is the time to be careful, practice appropriate personal hygiene and continue to lean into the efforts to protect yourselves and the broader community," Carney said.
Face coverings are still being required in public settings and residents and businesses must adhere to strict social distancing requirements while following basic hygiene practices including frequent hand washing.
Delaware has 7,373 total cases and 271 deaths. The governor said on Friday that 3,210 have recovered while 269 are hospitalized due to the virus.