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Photo by anokarina, Flickr. While Northam did not order restaurants to close, he says he has the power to enforce the order to limit groups to fewer than 10 people.

Gov. Ralph Northam wants people to limit gatherings to 10 or fewer people, a suggestion that will have major impacts for one of Hampton Roads' major industries.

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 The Sentara health system will run drive-thru COVID-19 testing in Virginia Beach, Hampton and Norfolk until they run out of tests.

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Staff at the Virginia Department of Health are perhaps facing the biggest challenge in their careers. Dr. Laurie Forlano, Deputy Commissioner for Population Health at VDH, took a moment to speak with us about the status of COVID-19 in Virginia.

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Some organizations and community events have been closed or canceled, due to the coronavirus pandemic. To report a closing or cancellation, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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The stock market crashed to its worst day yesterday since 1987’s infamous “Black Monday.” WHRV’s Jonah Grinkewitz spoke with Old Dominion University economist Robert McNab about how uncertainty is fueling the current crisis.

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We can use spell check on our documents and even texts nowadays, but spelling correctly without technical assistance hasn't gone out of style. Dozens of students from northeastern North Carolina and southeastern Virginia gathered at WHRO Public Media for the Virginia Media Spelling Bee

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WHRO reporters are at polls across Hampton Roads, talking to voters and snapping photos. 

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Virginia primary voters cast their ballots on Super Tuesday along with 13 other states. Virginia has open primaries, which means that any registered voter, regardless of party, can participate.

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