WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has issued a stay-at-home executive order for the state as the battle to stop the spread of the coronavirus continues.
The executive order takes effect immediately and will remain in place until June 10, 2020, unless amended or rescinded by a further executive order, according to Gov. Northam.
Virginia residents may leave their home to seek medical attention, work, care for family or household members, obtain groceries and prescriptions, and engage in outdoor activity.
All outings must follow "strict social distancing requirements," Northam said.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has issued a stay-at-home executive order for the Commonwealth as a way to combat the coronavirus.