The Commonwealth of Virginia is under a State of Emergency due to the COVID-19 Virus.
We are focused on ways to stay safe and protect our citizens and families. You may find daily updates and information on the COVID-19 by searching online at vdh.virginia.gov and cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov.
There is an increased death rate among Virginians each day due to the deadly coronavirus. The Governor of Virginia, federal and state leaders and public health officials are responding daily to ensure our public safety. Governor Ralph
Northam has extended Executive Order 53 until May 8, 2020.
The Executive Order 53 signed on March 24, 2020 banned crowds of 10 or more people, closed recreation/entertainment facilities, personal care businesses and limited restaurants to take out and delivery. Governor Northam’s
Executive Order 55 directs individuals to stay at home unless they leave for essential services until June 10, 2020. Please abide by the regulations and Wash Hands constantly, wear your mask and maintain social distancing of 6 ft. to curtail
the spread of the virus.
As a medical professional, I have loss friends during this pandemic, therefore, be mindful and responsible because this disease does not discriminate. I would like to thank our doctors, nurses, therapists, healthcare workers and essential
staff for providing services and care on the frontline during this pandemic. Additionally, I would like to thank our community leaders, businesses and volunteers who has been providing food and supplies to our most vulnerable
Virginian has been tremendous.
For assistance, resources from across state government and up to date information on COVID-19 in Virginia, please visit virginia.gov/coronavirus.
Should you need my assistance, please contact my office at 434-336-1710 or Contact Us Online.