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Photo by Firstline Media. Accomack County's Latino population may be experiencing a higher rate of COVID-19 infections because of outbreaks at chicken processing plants.

Meat processing plants on the Eastern Shore employ a high number of Latino workers. The close working conditions leave them susceptible to outbreaks. But that’s just one insight into the health challenges that minority and immigrant populations face during a pandemic.

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Due to financial strain amid the coronavirus pandemic, cities are cutting funding for projects that would help address the rising seas. 

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As the coronavirus continues to ravage the economy, social distancing and other restrictions have been brutal for restaurants and retail stores. 

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Chesapeake saw 3,000 more tons of garbage collected at residences in April compared to the same time last year.

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Yes, professional haircuts will be allowed. But you have to make an appointment. 

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Virginia school administrators say they are struggling to provide mental health services during the coronavirus pandemic, even as vulnerable students continue with online studies away from regular counseling and support.

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Cities have lost millions of dollars in revenue amid the coronavirus outbreak. Now they're trying to make up for it. 

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 The City of Virginia Beach is planning a number of events to mark one year since a mass shooting.

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