By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Delaware Gov. John Carney says it’s “hard to see” the state’s beaches re-opening by Memorial Day. Health officials announced an additional 269 coronavirus cases as the statewide total reaches 3,200.

Another seven people have died from COVID-19-related complications, bringing the death toll to 89.

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There are 1,352 cases in New Castle County, 503 in Kent County, 1,317 in Sussex County, and 28 cases are not county specific.

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Gov. Carney says the state is beginning to discuss what is needed to re-open.

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However, he says there still isn’t enough testing.