Looking at numbers out of the Virginia Department of Health, you can see there definitely is a big jump compared to where we were at the beginning of the summer, though doctors say it’s not as bad as it looks and there’s a new shot on the way that could help slow the increasing case count.
CVS and Walgreens are now limiting the number of children's cold and flu meds you can buy. But in addition to finding relief at mom-and-pop pharmacies across the commonwealth, a pediatrician says there are other effective options to explore outside of medication.
Flu season is right around the corner which means it's time to get ready for another round of shots right now a Henrico-based research clinic is leading a new study, which aims to make that shot more effective using the same methods that were put in place during the pandemic.
Congress failed to pass coronavirus funding in its latest government spending bill. Now, the White House is warning that next week it will have to pull back on covering COVID-19 tests, vaccines, and treatment.
The percentage of Virginians who are fully vaccinated has risen, and more than 15 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered across the commonwealth, according to data from the Virginia Department of Health.
While Dudley said the hospital has not seen any stillbirths among pregnant women who are being treated for COVID-19 at UVA Medical, he said the hospital has seen many pregnant women on ventilators because they are unvaccinated.
Henrico Schools in partnership with the Richmond Henrico Health Districts will be hosting a series of free COVID-19 vaccination clinics in February and March to provide opportunities for those ages five and older to get vaccinated.