VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital’s Family Care Center will be offering COVID vaccines for ages 5-11 Thursday, January 6 and Friday, January 7 from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. by appointment only. The child must already be established with CMH… Read more

The Southside Health District has scheduled two other COVID-19 testing events to be hosted at the Clarksville Community Center. They will be on Saturday, January 8th and Saturday, January 20th, both from 3p.m. to 5p.m. Testing is free and thi… Read more

COVID infection rates continue to lessen in Mecklenburg County. There have been 160 new cases this month, down from 203 that developed from the beginning of October to the end. Mecklenburg now registers as orange on the VDH’s community transm… Read more

Virginia is currently in the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, cases continue to rise following the abolition of the mask mandate and schools going back to in-person teaching. The following graph illustrates the rise of COVID-19 cases sin… Read more

The Commonwealth reports that there have been 878,518 cases of and 12,955 deaths due to COVID-19 recorded statewide. While there have been a few breakthrough cases reported in fully vaccinated individuals, most newly reported cases occur with… Read more

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There have been possible outbreaks of COVID-19 at three of the eight schools in the county. Mecklenburg’s case load has surged since the first week of September with over 200 new cases reported since September 1. Read more

COVID-19 numbers continue to spike nationwide and statewide as variant cases rise. Mecklenburg County has now seen 2,722 total cases. Effectively, 1 out of every 11 residents in the county have contracted the virus at some point. An average o… Read more

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August 25, Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital, as part of a larger system announcement, shared that they have expanded their employee vaccination policies to include the expectation that all team members and medical staff members will be fully… Read more

With Governor Northam’s latest announcement requiring state employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19, a lot of people are faced with making a difficult decision. To those state employees who have had COVID, it makes sense to them. Read more

Mecklenburg County remains in the red for community transmission on the Virginia Department of Health’s COVID-19 website. Between 8 and 10 new cases are reported countywide every day. Thankfully, no new deaths linked to the virus have emerged… Read more