Governor also orders local government offices closed in Peninsula region, where a cluster of cases has erupted and one Virginian died.
Following Virginia’s first COVID-19 death and a growing cluster of cases in the Peninsula, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has issued a ban on all events with more than 100 people
Update: Virginia now has 45 known COVID-19 cases.
UPDATE, MARCH 15: As of Sunday night, Virginia has 45 known cases of COVID-19, according to the Virginia Department of Health. Virginia Health Commissioner Dr. Norman Oliver said for the
The Virginia Beach festival plans to return in April 2021.
Virginia Beach’s Something in the Water 2020 festival has been canceled due to the growing coronavirus crisis. It will return on April 23-25, 2021, according to organizers. The brainchild of
Reduced service hours begin March 16 and will continue until further notice.
In response to the growing coronavirus pandemic, the Metro transportation system announced it will be reducing service until further notice, beginning Monday, March 16, in an effort to help protect
Dr. Rebekah A. Sensenig, an infectious disease specialist with Riverside Health System, offers advice.
After Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency in Virginia and closed schools for the next two weeks, businesses are understandably seeking guidance as they navigate how to
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has ordered all K-12 schools in Virginia to close for a minimum of two weeks, due to the spread of COVID-19 in the commonwealth. Schools will
State's confirmed cases nearly doubled overnight
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Virginia jumped to 30 Friday — up from 17 confirmed cases on Thursday, according to the Virginia Department of Health. Ten patients are
School systems are closing and state workers are preparing for telework.
UPDATED MARCH 13, 1 P.M. Gov. Ralph Northam announced a state of emergency Thursday afternoon as the number of COVID-19 cases from Virginia reached 17, including two Virginians who have
CDC recommends remote working when possible.
As the coronavirus continues its march into Virginia, some businesses and agencies are asking employees to telework as a precautionary measure. McLean-headquartered Capital One has encouraged its employees and contractors
More than 15 colleges and universities, including Virginia Tech and U.Va., are canceling in-person classes, likely for the rest of the semester.
UPDATED 6 A.M. MARCH 13 As the novel coronavirus continues to spread across Virginia, more than 15 colleges and universities across the commonwealth — including the University of Virginia, Virginia