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UVa students weigh options as university works on virus testing strategy
The Virginia Department of Health database details five outbreaks at long-term care facilities in the Thomas Jefferson Health District.
COVID-19 cases at long-term care facilities in the Thomas Jefferson District, according to recently-released data by the Virginia Department o…
The university has ordered 25,000 “welcome back kits” from Bright Ideas LLC, a business in Troy, as well as face masks. Face coverings now are required on Grounds.
Self-swab tests will be available to people who meet Centers for Disease Control and Prevention criteria, in addition to state and age guidelines, according to the company.
Meador said a lot of infrastructure for a service is in place, including an agreement with the Greene County Volunteer Rescue Squad for utilization of its building and equipment.
Piedmont Virginia Community College's plan for fall 2020 classes aims to add flexibility for students who want to take classes online, in-person or both.