Stay Informed - Coronavirus

Governor Rescinds Mask Mandate - Indoors and Outdoors

Effective May 15, 2021, Governor Northam announced that masks will no longer be mandated for full vaccinated persons in the majority of locations. Those who are un-vaccinated are STRONGLY encouraged to get vaccinated and/or wear a mask.

Please review the CDC guidelines for when you should and should not wear a mask.

PLEASE NOTE: individual businesses and establishments may choose to set their own requirements for masks while indoors or outdoors. Please respect each business and their own guidelines for entering their establishment.

Visitors to the Town Office will no longer be required to wear a mask, although masks remain optional.

Current and Upcoming Operating Limitations

The Governor has also announced that current operating restrictions and guidelines, effective May 15, 2021, will expire at the end of the day on May 27, 2021. As such, beginning May 28, 2021, there will no longer be a requirement for social distancing, occupancy limitations, or other gathering capacity limits.

Precautions

Continue to use good practices, such as frequent hand-washing, covering your mouth when coughing or sneezing, and staying home when you are sick.

Vaccinations

Vaccines are readily available at local establishments and through the Loudoun County Health Department. With the supply of vaccines increasing, residents can now register and self-select times for vaccination appointments. Please visit the County's vaccine page for the latest info.

Finally - a THANK YOU

To all the residents who have taken extra precautions, who have stayed home, who have worn a mask, and who have been vaccinated - thank you for keeping our community safe! Our Town has remained strong and close during these difficult times, and it is because of our great community spirit that we are coming out stronger on this side. 

Please continue to care for those in our community who are sick, hurting, or lost a loved one. There are resources for all residents - through the County's Dept. of Family Services. We are here to help - and call the Town Office if you need a kind voice with whom to speak. 540-687-5152