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Posted on: March 18, 2020

Ways to Stay Connected and Informed During the COVID-19 Public Health Issue

Communications and Media

March 18, 2020

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — As the coronavirus known as COVID-19 continues to disrupt daily routines, Chesterfield County is committed to providing accurate up-to-date information and resources for residents, businesses and guests.

Visit the county’s COVID-19 webpage (www.chesterfield.gov/coronavirus) to find current information about Chesterfield’s continued response to help limit the spread of the virus, along with web links to resources provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Virginia Department Health (VDH). Additionally, the webpage includes information about Chesterfield County Government and Chesterfield County Public Schools closings and cancellations, links to state and national directives, resources for parents and families and more.

The county’s social media handles are another accurate resource to receive information; please follow us at:

Twitter (@ChesterfieldVa)

Facebook (@ChesterfieldVA)

YouTube (Chesterfield County)

Nextdoor (Chesterfield County Government)

For a weekly recap of COVID-19 information, as well as other county news and event updates, sign up for Happening in Chesterfield, our weekly e-newsletter.

Citizens without internet access can tune into WCCT Chesterfield Community Television on Comcast Channel 98 and Verizon Channel 28. Current programming is focused on COVID-19-related videos from the CDC as well as information regarding the Chesterfield Proposed FY2021 Budget. Past and future programming schedules are available at WCCT Programming. The live WCCT feed can also be viewed online on the Chesterfield County YouTube Channel.

Chesterfield County will remain a source for accurate and timely information for our community as this rapidly changing COVID-19 situation continues to evolve.  Thank you for connecting with us

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