Stories tagged: "COVID-19"

Counterfeit Vaccine Cards Pop Up Across the Commonwealth

RICHMOND - People want to travel again. They want to take cruises, fly to other countries and generally get the benefits that come from taking the COVID-19 vaccine.

Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Tuesday, April 6

RICHMOND-The first primary debate goes live, a historical building gets recognized, Rev. Barber delivers a sermon and we meet Micah Head.

Virginia's department of education is sued over more inclusive policies on the International Day of Transgender Visibility
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Thursday, April 1

COVID-19 restrictions on gatherings and events relax, VDOE is sued for transgender inclusive policies, and local teen uses Twitter to increase vaccine access. Daily Number 156 – That’s the number of years it’s been, to the day, since General Ulysses S. Grant began the battle that culminated two days later in the Confederacy’s capital of...

COVID-19 Outbreak Causes Some Radford Schools to Revert

RADFORD-Statewide numbers may be dropping, but the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over. Radford City Public Schools learned that firsthand this week.

The Vaccine is Safe, Fauci Says
Distributing the Vaccine Takes Time, Trust in Arlington Neighborhoods

ARLINGTON – How do you vaccinate groups in Virginia that don't have internet? Arlington officials find themselves asking that question.

School Districts Return to Class
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Thursday, March 25

RICHMOND-You can't just show up for a vaccine. VCU says no to a tuition hike and another school district returns to class.

Blacksburg Refuses to Scale Back Restrictions
Blacksburg Says No Thanks, Refuses to Lift COVID-19 Restrictions

BLACKSBURG-They said no thanks. On Tuesday, the Blacksburg Town Council voted to keep their current COVID-19 restrictions in place.