Another week of social distancing, and it’s still not clear how many are to go.
Earlier this week Gov. Ralph Northam said Virginia might see a surge of coronavirus cases as late as the latter half of May. That could push our at-home isolation well into to summer.
Let’s hope that our distancing efforts pay off and we resume some semblance of normal life before that.
Here are the most-read articles on ARLnow this week:
- Virginia is Now Under a Stay-at-Home Order
- Police: Store Employee Charged After Shooting Would-Be Thief
- Clarendon Trader Joe’s Closed After Employee Tests Positive for Coronavirus
- Photos: Drug Bust Near Columbia Pike
- Store Owner Goes on Fox News to Blast Decision to Charge Employee for Shooting
- Reported Coronavirus Cases in Arlington Top 100
- Arlington County Announces First Coronavirus Deaths
- Ask Eli: Impact of Coronavirus on the Real Estate Market, Part 4
- County: Clap for Healthcare Workers Tonight at 8 p.m.
Feel free to discuss those stories, or anything else of local interest, in the comments.
And now here it is, your moment of zen.
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