Air3 flies near Spotswood High School
Two local historic sites were supposed to be school and group trips, but that COVID-19 pandemic changed that.
As of 10 a.m. on June 1, when the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) issued their morning update on the COVID-19 case total, there had been 2,017 confirmed cases across the Mountain State.
At this point, 4,694 Virginians have been hospitalized due to the disease caused by the virus, and at least 1,392 have died of causes related to the disease.
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In 24 hours, the Harrisonburg Silent March Facebook event received support from thousands.