Sentara Healthcare says it’s now processing COVID-19 tests in-house at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital to help shorten the wait for test results.
But still, people who aren’t first responders are buying medical-grade masks, and it’s taking them away from the ones who need them the most. That’s why Dr. Phil Cai is stepping in so he can make masks doctors and nurses can use on the front lines.
“We are a small, nonprofit preschool. It wasn’t a matter of just being able to borrow money, because obviously we have lost two months of income. How are you ever going to pay it back? We run on a very tight budget like most small businesses, especially small nonprofits do. So that forgiveness piece of it is what makes it work for us,” administrator Lindsey Munson said.
Creative minds came together at the Staunton Makerspace to create face shields for local health care workers and first responders with limited PPE supplies.
Griffin Phillips isn’t your average high school sophomore. In addition to being a major in the Harrisonburg ROTC and going for his private pilot’s license, the Harrisonburg High School student is also flying food donations to Chesterfield amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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A small business donated meals to workers at Lynchburg General Hospital to show their appreciation.
Hilton (NYSE:HLT) and American Express (NYSE:AXP) today announced that the companies, in partnership with Hilton’s ownership community, will donate up to 1 million hotel room nights across the United States to frontline medical professionals leading the fight against COVID-19.
Several medical technology and biomanufacturing companies in the Charlottesville area are working together to help fight the coronavirus.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there is a need for masks in countless communities, Bernotsky knew she had to put her stash of fabric to use. She says she is now using her products to sell as washable face masks.
From bedrooms and living rooms across South West Virginia, local volunteers will host shows and programming to provide the latest information on the impacts of COVID-19 in Southwest Virginia.
While local businesses are fighting to stay in business because of the coronavirus outbreak and front line workers are desperately fighting to save lives from the pandemic, many businesses are offering signs of gratitude.
Employees of a local plastic bottle manufacturer are helping to battle the COVID-19 pandemic by making two special products.
Charlottesville is offering several new programs to help support city businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Charlottesville’s Earthly Cleaning has been disinfecting gas stations and medical facilities since the coronavirus pandemic started.
Volkswagen of America and Faurecia are collaborating to manufacture Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) items needed on the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis response.
Bloomaker, a hydroponically grown florist in Waynesboro, has slowed floral production. Instead, employees are now working to make face shields for local first responders.
A plant in Blacksburg that makes insect repellents is now making hand sanitizer to help during the COVID-19 crisis.
Skyway Outdoor Inc. in Bastian is a signage and graphics company that specializes in the design, fabrication, installation and service of all sign types. But during the coronavirus pandemic, employees are creating more than signs; they are making face shields to protect medical workers from the virus.
The Interfaith Food Pantry on Thursday received the largest donation in its three-decade history.
After 8-year-old Noah Ryman, of Woodstock, pledged his piggy bank savings of $7.87 with a hand-written note saying “For the sick people that need it,” staff at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital participated in an internal match donation challenge that his parents said has raised more than $3,000 so far.