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[ARCHIVED] COVID-19 Summary Report for June 2, 2020

The original item was published from June 2, 2020 5:29 PM to June 4, 2020 4:48 PM

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Loudoun County Update
  • Northern Virginia Remains in Phase Two: Governor Northam today signed Executive Order Sixty-Five and presented the second phase of the "Forward Virginia" plan to continue safely and gradually easing public health restrictions while containing the spread of COVID-19.The Governor also amended Executive Order Sixty-One directing Northern Virginia and the City of Richmond to remain in Phase One.
    • Executive Order Sixty-Five modifies public health guidance in Executive Order Sixty-One and Sixty-Two and establishes guidelines for Phase Two.
    • Most of Virginia is expected to enter Phase Two on Friday, June 5, as key statewide health metrics continue to show positive signs.
    • Northern Virginia and the City of Richmond will remain in Phase One to allow for additional monitoring of health data.
    • Read the full news release.
  • CDC Guidance on Resuming Schools and Camps: As communities consider a gradual scale-up of activities towards pre-COVID-19 operating practices in learning centers, such as K-12 schools and summer day camps, CDC offers recommendations to keep communities safe while resuming peer-to-peer learning and providing crucial support for parents and guardians returning to work. Read the guidance
  • COVID-19 Business Interruption Fund: Round 3 Details
    • Round 3 of Loudoun's COVID-19 Business Interruption Fund will open for applications at noon on June 3, 2020, and remain open for 72 hours, closing at noon on June 6, 2020.
    • The fund will provide 400 randomly selected applicant businesses with a $5,000 grant. It is designated to support Loudoun businesses impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. 
    • Round 3 funding, in the amount of $2 million, was allocated by the Board of Supervisors from the $36.1 million in federal funding made available to the county through the CARES Act. 
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