Governor Ralph Northam announced on May 22, that Virginians can now use COVIDCheck, a new online risk-assessment tool to check their symptoms and connect with the appropriate health care resource, including COVID-19 testing.
The municipal offices of the City of Portsmouth will be closed in observance of Memorial Day on Mon., May 25. As a reminder, all City offices, libraries, museums, and recreation centers are currently closed to the public due to the impacts of COVID-19.
The 50th Annual Seawall Art Show, which would have been held in August in Olde Towne Portsmouth, has been canceled for 2020 amid the COVID-19 public health crisis.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Portsmouth has canceled a partial list of its popular Sunset Thursdays Concerts scheduled to begin June 11. Click the link below for a list of the canceled concerts.
Locally, organizations have joined the effort to assist people with food insecurities. Portsmouth-based Mercy Drops Dream Center launch Free Meal Mondays beginning Mon., May 25, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Amici's, 601 Airline Blvd. Click link to view the flyer.
Beginning Friday, May 15, restaurants, hospitality organizations, and dining establishments are permitted to open outdoor seating for dine-in customers in accordance with the Governor’s Phase 1 coronavirus response guidelines.
The Office of Emergency Management has issued a set of guidelines for ordering supplies during the COVID-19 health crisis. Click on the link below for the guidelines. For additional information, use this email . . . firstname.lastname@example.org.
Directors of Hampton Roads’ water utilities and health department officials advise business owners and operators who closed or evacuated buildings due to COVID-19 to thoroughly flush their establishment’s plumbing systems before reopening.