All workers in Tier 1b now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine. The expansion moves the area one step closer to vaccines being offered to the general public.
Donneta Sisson says she's fought cancer for 13 years and isn't going to let 'some stupid little virus' take her out.
James Pitts isn't "your average 100-year-old," according to his physical therapist.
Gov. Northam and health officials encourage people to answer their phones so they can schedule appointments for vaccine.
A look at some of the key moments locally during the year-long pandemic
Some vaccinated residents say they're not ready to jump back into activities they enjoyed before the pandemic began.
State's vaccine coordinator hopes all Virginia adults who want the vaccine will be eligible for it before May 1.
Case numbers are coming down, vaccinations are going up and the positivity rate for virus tests is the lowest it's been since late October.
Four more deaths were reported in the Rappahannock Area Health District between Saturday and Monday for a total of 239 deaths caused by COVID-19.
Eric Bryant, 52, of Spotsylvania is grateful for a second chance at life but is in no hurry to be out in public again.
It's certainly been an education, covering the health aspects of the pandemic for the last year.
State officials hope Virginia will be getting half a million doses of vaccine each week by the end of March.
After counts were corrected, the overall total of COVID-19 cases increased by nine on Friday.
State asks those who've registered for the vaccine, but haven't gotten appointments, to update and very info, either online by over the phone.
As the federal government promises that every American adult who wants to be vaccinated can receive at least a first dose by May, Virginia is …
Even though cases are coming down and vaccinations are going up, reports are still coming about the last part of the COVID-19 cycle: deaths.
The recipient, Cenia Bonilla of Stafford, believes it's her mission to tell others about the importance of getting vaccinated.
State continues to report backlog of COVID-19 deaths related to case surges in December and January.