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"We're trying to work hard to increase as much as we can while also making sure that we can maintain the ability to offer so many testing events. We plan on leading this into the fall. We want to sustain these operations.”

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As COVID-19 spread throughout Central Virginia, disrupting jobs and causing more and more people to become food insecure, Laura Brown, director of community and policy for Local Food Hub, said the group knew it needed to expand its Fresh Farmacy program.

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The 22,342 cases include 21,274 confirmed cases and 1,068 probable cases. Also, there are 812 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia — 787 confirmed and 25 probable; an increase of 43 total deaths from the 769 reported Thursday.

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The site currently is open from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Monday through Wednesday. Anyone who thinks they have symptoms of COVID-19 (typically, a fever, cough and shortness of breath) and wants to be screened for the virus can simply drive up.

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Although not listed on the agenda, the council likely will hold a preliminary discussion on the revised budget proposal for fiscal 2021, which starts July 1, during Monday’s meeting ahead of a Wednesday work session.

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This morning, the Virginia Department of Health reported that there are 13,036 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, with 454 confirmed deaths. 80,180 people have been tested for the virus in Virginia, and 2,066 have been hospitalized, including 7 probable cases.

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The Virginia Department of Health reported Monday that 8,990 people in Virginia have tested positive for COVID-19, with a total of 300 deaths.

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An October date may allow students, families and area businesses time to prepare for a reappearance in Charlottesville, but university officials cautioned against making plans just yet.

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According to Fluvanna County, the Envoy is coordinating efforts with TJHD, Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital, the University of Virginia, the Northwest Regional Healthcare Coalition and Fluvanna County Emergency Management to take care of patients, share equipment and trace contact with the virus, among other efforts.

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According to Martin Kumer, superintendent of ACRJ, the jail is considered to have an outbreak due to four staff members who have tested positive for COVID-19, a disease caused by the novel coronavirus.