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Less than a week after Accordius Health in Waynesboro confirmed one resident had tested positive for COVID-19, an administrator said Monday th…
- By Logan Bogert email@example.com
Waynesboro residents have received a grade of ‘F’ on a “Social Distancing Scoreboard” created by Unacast, a New York-based data company that h…
- From staff reports
A number of summer city events have been cancelled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to combat significant revenue losses, the city of …
While the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps across the U.S., a new local COVID-19 taskforce is working to address needs in the community and match that…
Local court operations will continue to be impacted after the Supreme Court of Virginia extended its judicial emergency for the third time in …
- By HOLLY PRESTIDGE and JUSTIN MATTINGLY Richmond Times-Dispatch
Gov. Ralph Northam said Friday that Virginia is planning ahead for when the state will be able to reopen, but the commonwealth is “not there yet.”
- News Virginian and Times-Dispatch staff reports
There are now 6,500 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Virginia; an increase of 329 cases from yesterday. The number of deaths is now at 195; an increase of 41 deaths from yesterday.
- By REBECCA J. BARNABI firstname.lastname@example.org (540) 932-3568
Gov. Ralph Northam’s order on Monday requires all Virginians stay at home until June 10 to alleviate the spread of COVID-19.