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Route 15 (South) Safety and Operational Study
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Route 9 Safety and Operational Study
Selma Estates Flood Mitigation
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Unmet Housing Needs Strategic Plan
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Western Loudoun Park and Ride
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COVID-19 Summary Report for June 2, 2020
Posted on June 4, 2020 at 4:48 PM by Sarah OConnell
Number of positive COVID-19 tests in Loudoun County: 2,636
Number of COVID-19 deaths in Loudoun County: 67
Number of positive COVID-19 tests in Virginia: 46,239
Learn more about COVID testing and cases in Virginia
Loudoun County Update
Northern Virginia Remains in Phase One
: 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
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.
Read the details
before visiting county offices to check on the status of operations at our various facilities.
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Governor Northam Announces Phase Two Guidelines to Further Ease Public Health Restrictions
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