In & About
April 30, 2020
As businesses reacted to the coronavirus outbreak in Virginia, many employees found themselves
teleworking, wearing special protective gear or even sewing masks for health care workers.
Here is a sampling of contributed photos representing the “new normal.”
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Yolanda Hernandez, lead sewer and production manager at Shockoe Atelier in Richmond, started making masks for VCU Health employees.
LaTonya Snow, owner of Crystal Clean, a residential and commercial cleaning company in Hampton Roads, is still on the job.
Sailor, a “very good” employee of Armada Hoffler Properties in Virginia Beach, lives with graphic designer Collette Yoder.
Dr. Liz Bigelow (left) and nurse Heather Fitchett perform COVID-19 tests at PartnerMD’s Richmond office.
River Colton Cherry, a technician at Fredericksburg’s Spartan Emergency Water Removal, does a demolition job.
Cox Communications employees held a Zoom meeting with Virginia Peninsula Foodbank, presenting a $10,000 donation from Cox Charities Virginia.
Joshua Weinstein, founder of Norfolk Tour Co., gives online tours.
The corporate leadership team at SimVentions Inc., a defense contractor in Fredericksburg, meet via WebEx.
Tysons Cleaning LLC owner Charlene Johnson (left) and Shaelyn Bragg at work in a Northern Virginia home.
Jessica Jones, owner of New River Art & Fiber in Blacksburg, now has two young colleagues, her children.
Katherine O’Donnell, executive vice president at Richmond Region Tourism, at her home office.
Bella Weinstein, founder of Richmond clothing manufacturer Handyma’am Goods, has found a new use for her company’s bandannas.
Chris Stuart, vice president of Hampton-based security company Top Guard Security,
at his home office.
Mo Choumil, founder and CEO of Fairfax-based ATG Title Inc., takes paperwork to the curb for a drive-thru closing.
A customer and her dog use the drive-thru at Bank of Botetourt.
Virginia Beach-based Designer Workshop Resource Manager Monica Douglas has shifted from interior design to making face masks.
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