Virginia now requires individuals to wear a cloth face covering that covers the mouth and nose when spending time in indoor public settings. Face coverings should not be put on children under the age of two or used by people who have trouble breathing, are incapacitated, or who are otherwise unable to remove the face covering without help. There are a number of situations in which people don’t have to wear a cloth face covering while using indoor public spaces. These include:

For more information about face coverings visit the Virginia Department of Health.


Virginia is now in phase 3 of reopening businesses after the total shutdown due to Covid-19. At this time, events are limited to 250 people. Restaurants and non-essential retail businesses are required to keep customers six feet apart, which limits the capacity of indoor dining for most restaurants. Read below for more details about phase 3 or visit

Business Changes & Updates

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, some businesses have changed their hours, services, and entry requirements. See below for a list of changes. We try to keep this list as accurate and as up-to-date as possible, however, calling the businesses ahead of time is always recommended to avoid any miscommunication.