The Rappahannock Area Health District and the Rappahannock Area Community Services Board have teamed up to share joint messages every month in The Free Lance–Star.
Events are scheduled twice a week in the wake of rising COVID-19 cases.
Positive COVID-19 figures continued the recent roller-coaster ride, with 167 new cases reported in the Rappahannock Health District on Tuesday.
Local health district continues plan to hold vaccination clinics once a week in each of the five localities it serves through February.
A look at the latest totals for coronavirus cases, deaths in the Fredericksburg Area Health District.
For the sixth time in December, the number of new virus cases statewide tops 4,000 a day.
The free online event will take place Tuesday from 6–9 p.m.
The new positive cases in the district push the totals to 3,388 in Stafford County; 3,248 in Spotsylvania County; 717 in Fredericksburg; 676 in Caroline County; and 436 in King George County.
Another 37 people in the Rappahannock Area Health District have tested positive for COVID-19, according to Monday’s report, bringing to 8,196 the number of local people with confirmed cases of the virus since March.