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Good Morning Everyone,
Hopefully, everyone is doing the best we can during this difficult time. I’m checking with you all to see if you know of any residents’ needs that the Sheriff’s Office could help solve or any problems you need us to address. We have a supply of nonperishable food at the Eastern Loudoun Station we can distribute, or we can deliver if you know of any family or group in need.
The community has been great doing what the Governor’s order states, and helping us keep our neighbors safe.
If there is anything I or anyone at the Eastern Loudoun Station can do to help, please let me know.
Thomas A Gilligan | Captain
Commander, Eastern Loudoun Station
Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office
46620 E Frederick Drive
Sterling, Virginia 20164
703-737-8173 – Office
703-777-1021 – Main
Loudoun County has launched an interactive map to help residents find grocery stores and pharmacies with designated hours for vulnerable individuals.
These shopping hours are designated for older adults, as well as individuals with underlying health issues or compromised immune systems, who are at greater risk of complications from COVID-19.
The searchable map also links to webpages with contact information for the various stores. You can search by a street address and view which stores have modified hours. The Loudoun County map will be updated as store hours change.
View the map at loudoun.gov/grocery.
More information about COVID-19-Needs-Assistance.
More information about Coronavirus.
Loudoun County has declared a local emergency in response to the continued spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet issued a declaration of local emergency Monday, March 16, 2020, with the concurrence of Board of Supervisors Chair Phyllis J. Randall.
Continue reading Loudoun County Declares Local Emergency in Response to COVID-19
Just now, Chair Phyllis Randall led a press conference to update the County on steps being taken to ensure the safety of residents as we deal with this situation. If you missed the press conference you can find it on the county’s website at loudoun.gov/webcast and on the Loudoun County Government’s page on Facebook.
Many of you may have heard that the County Health Department announced that a third resident of Loudoun County has tested “presumptive positive” for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). This individual is a male in his 30s who lives in Loudoun County. The Health Department is currently investigating the potential source of this person’s infection. The individual is being treated at a hospital in Loudoun County.
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