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Photo by Gina Gambony, WHRO. Karma D'Bella and Cassie Richards took to the streets last weekend when clubs were closed. Performing is part of who they are. And a pandemic won't stop them from doing so, safely.

Across the country, the COVID-19 pandemic has closed performance stages. But in Norfolk's Ghent neighborhood, WHRV's Gina Gambony found someone who didn't need a stage to put on a show.

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Schools in Virginia are closed for the rest of the academic school year. Here's a list of where students can access free food. 

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A former nurse is refashioning vacuum bags to help health care professionals protect themselves from COVID-19.

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Gov. Ralph Northam ordered Monday all schools to remain closed for the rest of the 2019-2020 academic year. He's also imposed more restrictions on businesses. 

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Coronavirus has created fear and anxiety throughout the world. We asked our audience to share what keeps them going right now. Learn how to share your story.

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Social distancing is not a sales booster for brick and mortar stores. So Joan Wilkening of Mrs. Pinkadot decided to hold her big spring sale via Facebook Live. 

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For many of us on the east coast, a “state of emergency” isn’t a rare situation. You may have been through multiple states of emergency for hurricanes alone.

But the coronavirus emergency feels different.

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Memes are a way for people to cope with serious situations. Experts say they should be balanced with accurate and timely information. 

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