With dozens of local coronavirus stories every day, it’s easy to miss some here and there.
Here are some of WYDaily’s most-read stories so you can get in on the conversation.
While some high schools in Virginia plan to hold virtual graduation ceremonies for their seniors during the coronavirus, not everyone in the Historic Triangle agrees with the decision. READ MORE
Regular graduations for WJCC high school seniors? Some students, parents are all for it
To test or not to test
As elective surgeries start ramping up amid the coronavirus pandemic, some health care systems in the area are taking extra precautions by testing their patients for the coronavirus. READ MORE
An area health care system is not testing patients for the coronavirus before elective surgery while others are. Here’s why
While Virginia and other states plan for reopening in the next few months, there is still uncertainty from travelers impacting the tourism market. READ MORE
Vaccinations are declining
While many are finding new ways to protect themselves during the coronavirus pandemic, many children are going unvaccinated for other diseases across Virginia. READ MORE
Vaccinations are declining in Virginia and pediatricians are worried about a new public health problem. What’s going on locally?
While self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic is rough on anyone’s mental health, those with memory loss issues are suffering more than ever. READ MORE
Those with memory loss are suffering more than ever in self-isolation