The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and School Board are putting our community in grave danger by continuing to claim that our population is at low-risk for coronavirus. They are encouraging a false sense of complacency, ignoring science and insulting our intelligence. 1/3
Sorry bruh, Fairfax County Public Schools will continue making breakfast and lunch available to students who need it most during the #coronavirus closure...but you keep showing people exactly how they shouldn't act during a public health crisis. pic.twitter.com/6v5jX60stW
Was just told by Fairfax County - Va's largest county and now home to 14 coronavirus cases -- that they won't provide any details on affected patients, such as ages or where transmission might have occurred. Why the lack of transparency? This is a time for more info, not less.
To help protect solid waste workers during the #coronavirus pandemic, Fairfax County is suspending its "purple can club" glass recycling program, effective March 30. Purple bins will be removed from collection locations, including the ToV site on Mill Street, next week. pic.twitter.com/x57avPKcGu