Stories tagged: "Vaccine Stories"


The Vaccine is Safe, Fauci Says
One Week Later, Virginia Goes From Vaccine Shortage to Surplus

RICHMOND - The good news is COVID-19 vaccination numbers continue to rise across the state.

Medical assistant Shalice Wheeler, left, administers Covid-19 vaccine to physician assistant Matt Ferraro at UCHealth. (Photo by Hyoung Chang/MediaNews Group via Getty Images)
Once You’ve Been Vaccinated, Then What? CDC Offers Guidelines

RICHMOND-So you've followed instructions, pre-registered and now you've finally been vaccinated. What happens next? We explain.

UVA Professor, Student Use Antidepressants to Treat COVID-19
Southwest Virginia Sees COVID-19 Infections Drop

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - After a “pretty horrible” post-Thanksgiving surge in COVID-19 cases, Southwest Virginia residents started taking health guidelines more seriously.

The afternoon sun illuminates the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee on Monument Ave in Richmond, Va., Monday, Oct. 19, 2020.
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Saturday, Feb. 13

RICHMOND-The Virginia Supreme Court made a decision about the Lee statue Friday.

Arlington Tries to Reopen
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Thursday, Feb. 11

ARLINGTON-A library system tries to reopen, while phones ring off the hook in another city.

Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Wednesday, Feb. 10

RICHMOND-There's some good vaccine news along with the bad. Plus one southern Virginia school tries a very unique play and we answer FAQs.

An Arlington County Vaccination Pod nurse administers a band-aid after a patient receives a COVID-19 vaccine.  Contributed photo.
Nothing Wasted: Arlington Co. Uses 97% of It’s Vaccine Supply Each Week.

ARLINGTON - Virginia's been struggling for weeks to administer vaccine doses.