COVID-19 Coverage

All Virginians are directed to stay at home except for allowable travel including:

• to seek medical attention

• work

• care for family or household members

• obtain goods and services like groceries, prescriptions, and others as outlined in Executive Order Fifty-Three

• engage in outdoor activity with strict social distancing requirements

Governor Northam's Executive Orders

Temporary Stay-at-Home Order due to novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Temporary restrictions on restaurants, recreational, entertainment, gatherings, non-essential retail businesses, and closure of K-12 schools due to novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)


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  • Pursuant to Executive Order Fifty One (51) and Executive Order Fifty Three (53), Declaration of a State of Emergency due to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), and acting under the Authority, this document will contain the responses of the VA ABC Bureau of Law Enforcement regarding procedural and regulatory matters for Virginia ABC licensed businesses affected by the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Read the Guidelines

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Important Information
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