The Governor in his regularly scheduled Coronavirus press conference briefing today talked about the increasing capacity of our healthcare providers, as well as other updates.
Today, Governor Northam reported that a surge in the supply of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) will soon arrive in Virginia. The details of this will also be found in the next section.
Today we received updates from the Governor, which lays out additional measures that Virginia is taking to combat COVID-19.
It’s now been more than a week since the Governor issued a state of emergency after the first confirmed case of COVID-19. I know it’s been a bit tough for everyone, but I just want to say how proud I am to see Virginians come together to follow the proper procedures so we can overcome this situation.
We must keep our physical distance, but that doesn’t mean we should keep our emotional distance from each other. During these tough times, don’t forget to check up on your family members, friends, neighbors, or anyone you know who wants someone to talk to. Whether it’s a phone call, texting, or whatever communication method, we need to make sure we’re all doing okay during these trying times.
We have some more new updates, including good news in regards to testing capacity, small business assistance, and Medicaid options.
Governor Northam will continue to provide updates during press conferences he will hold every day at 11 am. You can watch his press conferences by going to his Facebook here.
To see what our state and local (Prince William County) governments’ overall plans are for tackling COVID-19, take a look at our first newsletter on this matter by clicking here.
Governor Northam held another press conference earlier today to provide us updates on COVID-19 in the state. It was also announced that the Governor will hold a press conference every day at 11 am. This is to ensure Virginians have the most up-to-date and accurate information on this situation. You can watch his press conferences by going to his Facebook here. If you want to see what our state and local (Prince William County) governments’ overall plans are for tackling COVID-19, take a look at our first newsletter on this matter by clicking here.