Stafford County officials have decided to extend the existing closure of County buildings to the public, effective through February 5, 2021, due to the continuing rise in COVID-19 positive cases across Stafford and the region.
Councilwoman Ellis has more than 30 years in healthcare management and knows the importance of donating blood, especially during these challenging times when the supply to save lives is in critical demand.
The Walmart near Manassas mall closed Sunday afternoon to allow crews to thoroughly clean and sanitize the store. There’s no word yet, however, about whether the extra step is being taken as a result of a positive COVID-19 case or cases at the store.
In line with Governor Northam’s directive this week to increase flexibility and speed up vaccine distribution in Virginia, the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) announced the select health districts that will begin Phase 1b vaccinations the week of January 11.
The impact of COVID-19 cases over the holiday break is still uncertain in our area. To help us better gauge the significance of the virus on our staff and students, Stafford County Public Schools (SCPS) will extend virtual online learning for all students January 11-15, 2021.
Prince William County students in the fourth through 12th grades would have to wait until late April to attend school in person under the revised timeline Superintendent Steven Walts proposed early Thursday.