Coronavirus


Erin Sutton Takes On a Statewide Role
New Place, Old Role: Sutton Guides Virginia’s Emergency Management

VIRGINIA BEACH – Erin Sutton's days look very different depending on the Commonwealth's emergency circumstances.

Contact Tracing Can Help Save Lives
Will Masks Be Required to Vote in Virginia?

WISE COUNTY – Even though presidential candidates are the same on each ballot in Virginia, every polling precinct has its differences.

Dr. Steven Zeichner, part of UVA's team working on a COVID-19 vaccine, warned against speeding up the process for the sake of politics.
Virginia Remains in COVID-19 ‘Orange Zone’

RICHMOND- Virginia is in the "orange zone" when it comes to COVID-19.

Dr. Steven Zeichner, part of UVA's team working on a COVID-19 vaccine, warned against speeding up the process for the sake of politics.
COVID-19 Cases Climbing: Why Are Virginia’s Young Adults Getting Sick?

RICHMOND-On Monday, the number of new COVID-19 cases dropped to a two-week low of 690.

COVID Causes Changes for Schools
How Do You Stop COVID-19 From Spreading? Carlisle School Has an App for That.

AXTON – While some schools went virtual this fall, it's been business as usual for Carlisle.

Dr. Steven Zeichner, part of UVA's team working on a COVID-19 vaccine, warned against speeding up the process for the sake of politics.
2nd COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Paused Over Unexplained Illness

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — A late-stage study of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate has been paused while the company investigates whether a study participant’s “unexplained illness” is related to the shot.

Contact Tracing Can Help Save Lives
Virginia Beach Company Plans to Step up Mask Production

VIRGINIA BEACH — A local company that makes disposable face masks plans to create 180 jobs and invest $5.3 million.