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Krispy Kreme CEO Michael Tattersfield paid a visit to the Penn Daw fire station on Tuesday, delivering three dozen free doughnuts.
The opening of the National Museum of the United States Army at Fort Belvoir will be delayed because of the coronavirus public health emergency.
World Central Kitchen, a charity founded by chef Jose Andres, will be serving meals at Rising Hope United Methodist Church the next four Thursdays.
Coronavirus cases in the Fairfax Health District continued to shoot upward over the weekend, and a local food pantry is appealing for help.
The Fairfax Health District reported 120 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday, as well as seven new deaths related to the disease.
Inova is confident that its five hospitals in Northern Virginia have enough beds to handle the expected surge in coronavirus cases over the next 1-2 months.
A civilian who worked on Fort Belvoir died earlier this week from coronavirus, garrison commander Col. Michael Greenberg said Thursday.
Gov. Ralph Northam on Monday ordered Virginias to stay at home except for essential trips in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus.
The number of coronavirus cases in Fairfax County stands at 188 as of Sunday evening, an increase of more than 500 percent compared to a week ago.