Richmond institutes nightly 8 p.m. curfew in response to violence, vandalism
Following nights of heated and violent nationwide protests in response to the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Gov. Ralph Northam has declared a state of emergency and activated the state National Guard to assist local law enforcement in quelling “escalating violence across the commonwealth.” “This emergency declaration will provide the necessary support to
Worldwide coronavirus cases top 5 million
As coronavirus cases topped 5 million worldwide, Virginia saw a one-day jump of 1,229 new coronavirus cases, bringing Thursday’s statewide total of confirmed and probably COVID-19 cases to 34,137, according to the latest figures from the Virginia Department of Health (VDH). There have been 1,099 deaths from coronavirus across Virginia since the pandemic reached the
Fairfax County has more than 8,000 cases
While much of Virginia continues Phase One of Gov. Ralph Northam’s Forward Virginia reopening plan, Virginia reported a spike of 1,005 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday — the second time since Saturday that the commonwealth saw the daily number of confirmed and probable new coronavirus cases rise above 1,000. The state now has 32,145 COVID-19 cases
John R. Broderick has been university's president since 2008.
Old Dominion University President John R. Broderick announced Monday that he will be retiring in summer 2021. ” I am proud of the many breakthroughs Old Dominion has achieved in the past 12 years, including more than $940 million in new or committed resources. I look forward to watching Old Dominion climb many more mountains,
Cases statewide total 31,140
Coronavirus cases in Virginia rose by 752 cases in the last day, bringing the total number of confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases statewide to 31,140 as of Monday, May 18, according to the Virginia Department of Health. Across the commonwealth, 1,014 Virginians have died from COVID-19. The state saw 705 new confirmed and probable COVID-19
Statewide cases surpass 30,000
UPDATED MAY 17 Even as much of Virginia began the first steps of reopening Friday, the commonwealth marked a few milestones in the coronavirus pandemic over the weekend: The statewide COVID-19 death toll now tops 1,000, the total number of cases surpassed 30,000 and, for the first time, Virginia reported more than 1,000 new cases
955 Virginians have died from disease
As of May 14, the Virginia Department of Health has identified 27,813 confirmed and suspected COVID-19 cases across the commonwealth, with 955 Virginians dead from the disease. More than 1,530 Virginians are hospitalized with the coronavirus and 3,678 have been hospitalized and discharged, according to the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association. About 58% of the
State ID'd 730 new cases in last 24 hours.
The Virginia Department of Health reported 730 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, bringing the state’s total confirmed and probable cases to 25,800. According to VDH, 891 Virginians have died from COVID-19, with 522 of those fatalities — or 58.58% — occurring in nursing pk彩票s and similar long-term care facilities. More than 1,500 confirmed COVID-19 patients
850 Virginians dead from COVID-19
While Gov. Ralph Northam plans to begin easing some restrictions on businesses, Virginia saw 989 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, bringing the state’s total count to 25,070 New COVID-19 cases in Virginia have been climbing in recent days: Virginia saw 885 new coronavirus cases on May 10 and 854 new coronavirus cases on May 9.
839 dead from coronavirus in commonwealth
UPDATED MAY 10 The number of confirmed and probable coronavirus cases in Virginia rose by 30.8% between May 2 and May 9. During his May 8 news briefing about the state’s plan to begin the phased reopening of Virginia businesses, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam said such increases are expected and due in part to increased