Last week, Governor Northam began the process of rolling back most of the measures put in place last year to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Following new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Northam lifted Virginia's
UPDATE: Virginia Retail Federation is working to obtain additional clarity from the administration regarding the enforcement of Executive Order 63. That information will be shared as soon as it becomes available. Governor Northam has issued Executive Order 63, mandating that face covers
from Virgina.gov All non-essential brick and mortar retail establishments Phase I: Establishments must either implement the following mandatory requirements or close. Businesses must strictly adhere to the physical distancing guidelines, enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices, and enhanced workplace safety practices
from Virgina.gov In addition to the requirements provided above, establishments are encouraged to utilize the following best practices to the extent they are feasible: Provide sanitizing stations for customers and staff throughout the store, particularly at entry and exit points.
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During the Governor's press conference on Friday, May 8th, he announced the guidelines for Phase I of reopening Virginia beginning on May 15th. Governor Northam announced that most non-essential retail businesses could open at 50% capacity while practicing the guidelines
The Governor announced today during his press conference that Virginia will reopen for business in phases. The first of three phases for reopening will begin Friday, May 15th. We are told by the administration that we will have the phase guidelines