State Sen. Scott Surovell says in his weekly column that all citizens must do their part to ensure the spread of coronavirus is slowed.
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.
A second Fairfax County resident has died from coronavirus (COVID-19), the Fairfax County Health Department announced Friday.
FCPS will begin formal distance learning on April 14; the state death toll from coronavirus now stands at 15, with 65 hospitalizations.
Fairfax County announced three new positive cases of coronavirus Tuesday, while the county's top elected official said Inova will be expanding its testing.
Gov. Ralph Northam announced Monday that schools throughout Virginia will be closed through the end of the academic year as part of the state’s response to the coronavirus
Fairfax County reported nine new coronavirus cases on Sunday as Gov. Ralph Northam again urged residents to stay home to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Inova has no plans at this time to set up drive-through coronavirus testing at any of its hospitals in Fairfax County, a spokeswoman said Thursday.
State Sen. Scott Surovell writes about the state budget, and how the economic problems caused by the coronavirus crisis could affect it.