RICHMOND, Va. – During his coronavirus update on Friday, Gov. Ralph Northam detailed what Phase One of reopening will look like in Virginia.
Right now, Virginia will enter Phase One on May 15, unless current trends change, according to the governor.
This phase is expected to last at least two weeks although Northam said it could be longer.
The decision to move to Phase Two will be based on health metrics, according to Northam.
During Phase One, both teleworking and wearing face coverings remains strongly encouraged.
Also, the 10-person limit on gatherings will also remain in effect in Phase One.