(The Center Square) – Effective at midnight Saturday, Virginia’s universal mask mandate was repealed, but some mask requirements will remain in place – all social distancing and capacity restrictions will end in two weeks.
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(The Center Square) – Virginia Senate Republicans are urging Gov. Ralph Northam to put an end to the mask mandate as the governor is reviewing the rules in light of new guidelines from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
(The Center Square) – To offset learning losses caused by the shutdown of in-person public education, Virginia will be spending more than $60 million in recovery grants for public schools, Gov. Ralph Northam announced.
(The Center Square) – More than half of the gas stations in Virginia are completely out of fuel as of 12:40 on Thursday, but one website is providing updates on where drivers can still fill up their tank.
(The Center Square) – Virginia House Republicans are urging Gov. Ralph Northam to temporarily suspend the gas tax amid soaring prices.
(The Center Square) – Virginia has awarded more than $9.4 million in grants for green transportation projects and will provide another $20 million in grants for its second round of funding for electric school busses, Gov. Ralph Northam announced.
(The Center Square) – Most COVID-19 pandemic restrictions could come to an end June 15, as long as vaccination numbers keep trending up and cases keep trending down, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Thursday.
Virginia will lift its COVID-19 restrictions on June 15 if case numbers continue to decline and vaccination numbers continue to rise, Gov. Ralph Northam said Thursday.