As hundreds of thousands of Virginians get their shots of the COVID-19 vaccine, disease surveillance experts are turning their worries to those who remain unvaccinated – potential hosts for mutations of the virus.
Virginia now participating in unified COVID-19 tracing tool
Gov. Ralph Northam along with state health and safety officials have been giving frequent updates on the fight against COVID-19 in Virginia.
The Virginia Department of Health reported Wednesday that the statewide total for COVID-19 cases is 95,049 — an increase of 798 from the 94,251 reported yesterday.
The Virginia House of Delegates will gather on Aug. 18 at VCU’s Stuart C. Siegel Center to kick off the special session on COVID-19 and police reform.
The Virginia Department of Health reported Tuesday that the statewide total for COVID-19 cases is 94,251 — an increase of 1,145 from the 93,106 reported yesterday.
A Midlothian immunologist believes she has turned up evidence that COVID-19 was in the U.S. in early January, long before the first officially diagnosed cases in late February.
The Virginia Department of Health reported Monday that the statewide total for COVID-19 cases is 93,106 — an increase of 3,218 from the 89,888 reported Friday.
Gov. Ralph Northam has had sweeping authority to handle Virginia’s coronavirus pandemic, but as he’s shut down businesses and required people to wear masks, some lawmakers believe it’s time to weaken the governor’s emergency powers.
Virginia has avoided the possibility of 800,000 more COVID-19 cases since it started its phased reopening in May, according to researchers from the University of Virginia who are urging residents to stay vigilant amid surges across the state.