Virginia hasn't seen the explosive surge other states have, but that may be changing.
Pandemic has brought on the 'largest information campaign the world has ever conducted.' Some has been deliberately misleading.
Because of the number of people vaccinated, health officials don't expect to see surge in virus cases after Memorial Day.
Only one new case was reported Monday. That may be an anomaly although case numbers do continue to drop.
More than 52,000 Virginians in the 12-to-15 age group have received their first COVID shot in the nine days since federal regulators authorized use of Pfizer's vaccine for adolescents.
In January, Virginia grappled with lagging data and a mismatch of supply and demand that left the state’s vaccination rollout lagging the rest of the country.
Update shows the number of vaccines, more than 385,000 doses, administered by federal agencies.
Virginia parents wanting to vaccinate their kids in the 12-to-15 age group with Pfizer's coronavirus shots still need to wait before they can make an appointment or head to a vaccination clinic.
In its newest vaccination target to reduce coronavirus case counts even further, the Biden administration is aiming to vaccinate 70% of adults with at least one dose in the U.S. by July 4.
The U.K. strain has caused 30 of the Fredericksburg health district’s 34 infections from variants. Other strains found locally originated in South Africa and California.
Virginia’s coronavirus cases are on the decline after months of plateauing, indicating a possible turn toward recovery.
Across the local region, state and nation, health officials are seeing less interest in the COVID-19 vaccine as more has become available.
Smartphones buzzed Monday morning with an emergency alert from Virginia health officials: All Virginians age 16 and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, a group that includes about 3 million people.
Gov. Ralph Northam encourages anyone age 16 and over to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Anyone age 16 and over is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine throughout Virginia.
Anyone with an appointment for Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be called to reschedule.
Virginians with appointments to receive this vaccine will be rescheduled for a different clinic.
As the state prepares to offer vaccines to the general public, starting April 18, area health officials aren't forgetting those in earlier phases.
Cases, and hospitalizations, are climbing in the Rappahannock Area Health District just as they're rising across the country.
Donneta Sisson says she's fought cancer for 13 years and isn't going to let 'some stupid little virus' take her out.
State's vaccine coordinator hopes all Virginia adults who want the vaccine will be eligible for it before May 1.
State officials hope Virginia will be getting half a million doses of vaccine each week by the end of March.
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 …
In coming weeks, Virginia will be getting more vaccine and offering more places where residents can get vaccinated against COVID-19.