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Veterinarian vaccinators help create new normal

Virginia Tech is hard at work preparing for an in-person fall semester, and the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine has helped contribute to this “new normal,” vaccinating not our furry friends, but human members of our community. Full vaccination against COVID-19 is vital for the health of Hokie Nation and beyond.

Date: 08/13/2021
What is a variant, how does it form, and why is it harmful?

The answer for reducing the development of variants is to stop transmitting the virus, said Lisa M. Lee, associate vice president for scholarly integrity and research compliance and professor of public health at Virginia Tech. Until 85 percent of the world’s population is vaccinated, the virus will mutate and produce variants.

Date: 08/11/2021
Centralized distribution of PPE to begin Aug. 16

Date: 08/11/2021
COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations rise as delta variant surges in region

Noelle Bissell, health director for the New River Health District, expects case numbers to peak and eventually decline, as has happened in other areas of the country and the world where the delta variant has spread.

Date: 08/09/2021
Is it safe to send my child back to school? Answers to questions from Virginia Tech’s Linsey Marr

Many families have questions about the safety of children going back to school this year. Marr offers answers to the most commonly asked questions.

Date: 08/09/2021

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