20 Del. C. 3140(2)
License Reciprocity: Public Health Emergency
When a public health emergency declaration is in effect, the Public Health Authority can waive any or all licensing requirements for out-of-state health care professionals if they have an equivalent license or permit in another state. The waiver will only be applicable during the time of the declared emergency.
Licensing an appointment of health personnel during public health emergency
(2) To appoint and prescribe the duties of such out-of-state emergency health care providers as may be reasonable and necessary for emergency response. a. The appointment of out-of-state emergency health care providers pursuant to this section may be for a limited or unlimited time, but shall not exceed the termination of the state of emergency. The public health authority may terminate the out-of-state appointments at any time or for any reason provided that any such termination will not jeopardize the health, safety and welfare of the people of this State. b. The public health authority may waive any or all licensing requirements, permits or fees required by the state Code and applicable orders, rules or regulations for health care providers from other jurisdictions to practice in this State so long as health care providers from other jurisdictions possess the licensing, permit or fee requirement for health care providers in their jurisdictions. c. Any out-of-state emergency health care provider appointed pursuant to this section shall be considered a public employee under §§ 4001-4002 of Title 10;