One of the biggest challenges the CSHD has faced since vaccines became available in December is an inadequate supply of vaccines, but in the coming weeks, the health district expects to receive about 3,000 J&J vaccines weekly.
The 2021 session of the General Assembly has passed four new pieces of legislation that will make it easier and cheaper to build and buy electric vehicles in the commonwealth, making Virginia the first “Zero Emission Vehicle” state in the south.
By Denise Lavoie, Sarah Rankin and Associated Press
Virginia’s General Assembly has approved a collection of bills that will impact consumers. Some of the bills sought to address issues that have cropped up or become more pressing because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association is taking a look back over the past year, and how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted hospitals, its staff and communities throughout the Commonwealth.
The demand for help at free clinics has been on the rise since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, but one medical student at the University of Virginia is working to easily connect volunteers with them.