Blood drive cancelations have also caused blood supply shortages, Gov. Northam announces.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Virginia grew by 10 overnight to a total of 77 coronavirus cases identified statewide, State Health Commissioner Dr. M. Norman Oliver confirmed during
Public, private and community colleges have canceled commencements.
The Virginia Community College System (VCCS) has canceled 2020 graduation ceremonies at all 23 state community colleges in light of federal guidance urging people to avoid social gatherings of more
Commonwealth Transportation Board funds are aimed at helping transit agencies recover from ridership losses and other COVID-19-related operating expenses.
The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) authorized an additional $11 million in statewide public transportation spending to help Virginia public transportation agencies recover from ridership losses and other COVID-19-related operating expenses,
Bus and rail both affected.
Metro service will be cut to “essential trips only” in Northern Virginia and the rest of the Washington D.C. region starting Wednesday, according to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.
Northam waives one-week waiting period for unemployment benefits; Virginia DMV locations to close
As the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in Virginia has risen to 67 cases with two deaths, Gov. Ralph Northam issued a statewide mandate for restaurants, fitness centers and theaters
Va. restaurant, lodging association says mandatory bar and restaurant closings 'under consideration.'
A coalition of Richmond-area restaurant owners led by Richmond Restaurant Group (RRG) announced in an email early Tuesday morning that they will close their dining rooms to prevent the spread
Employee works for U.Va. Women's Center
University of Virginia President James E. Ryan announced late Monday that a U.Va. Women’s Center staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. “Given the progression of the virus, it is
SCC directs other utilities to also suspend disconnections.
The Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation has donated a total of $1 million for coronavirus aid, which will go to the American Red Cross and local organizations in the 18 states
A second man in James City County died from respiratory failure
A second person in the Peninsula Health District has died from COVID-19, according to a news release posted by James City County on Monday. The patient was a male in
There are now 51 confirmed cases in the commonwealth.
As coronavirus cases in Virginia continue to rise, Gov. Ralph Northam, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser sent a letter to President Donald Trump Sunday requesting