Dec 27 2021

New River Valley Small Business Relief Program Reopens!

New River Valley Small Business Relief Program   New River Valley- Small businesses in the New River Valley have access to up to $15,000 for a small business relief program award to combat the impacts of the COVID19 pandemic. The Counties of Floyd, Giles, Pulaski, and Montgomery, along with the City of Radford have jointly established a regional $1.6 million grant fund,...

Share Post
Read More

Free COVID-19 Testing in Giles

Free Covid-19 Testing           Giles County Administration is offering free COVID-19 testing by appointment only   Where: In Parking lot behind the Sheriff’s Office | 1 Taylor Ave, Pearisburg, VA 24134   Testing is offered by appointment only, 5 days a week, Monday thru Friday from 8:30am-3:00pm.     To make an appointment: People wishing to be tested should call 540-922-9004 during business hours for their appointment date, time, and location.   More information...

Share Post
Read More
Jun 16 2021

COVID-19 Testing Update

COVID-19 Testing Updates for Giles County   Beginning Monday, June 21, 2021 Giles County Administration will be offering free COVID-19 testing by appointment only.   The testing location at the Old Hospital will be discontinued.   People wishing to be tested should call 540-922-9004 during business hours for their appointment date, time, and location. Testing will take place, by appointment only, between 8:30 and 10:30...

Share Post
Read More

NEW RIVER HEALTH DISTRICT HOLDS FINAL LARGE COVID-19 VACCINE CLINIC, MAY 18 AT VIRGINIA TECH’S LANE STADIUM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                          May 14, 2021 Media Contact: Robert Parker, public information officer, Western Region, robert.parker@vdh.virginia.gov   NEW RIVER HEALTH DISTRICT HOLDS FINAL LARGE COVID-19 VACCINE CLINIC, MAY 18 AT VIRGINIA TECH’S LANE STADIUM    -- Vaccines available to ages 12 and up; vaccine clinics shifting to local events --   (CHRISTIANSBURG, Va.) -- The New River Health District (Virginia Department of Health) will hold a final large-scale...

Share Post
Read More

COVID-19 vaccine appointments are available in Blacksburg and Christiansburg

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                           April 14, 2021 For More Information, Contact: Robert Parker, public information officer, Western Region, robert.parker@vdh.virginia.gov   ONLINE SELF-SCHEDULING FOR COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENTS NOW AVAILABLE IN THE NEW RIVER HEALTH DISTRICT   (CHRISTIANSBURG, Virginia) – COVID-19 vaccine appointments are available Thursday in Blacksburg and Friday in Christiansburg to anyone ages 18 and up, and the New River Health District (NRHD) now offers an online...

Share Post
Read More

What’s New – Vaccine Summary Dashboard

The Vaccine Summary Dashboard continues to show Virginia’s significant progress in vaccinations, with more than 1.2 million doses administered. As of February 11, Virginia ranks 7th among all states for percent of the population that has received at least one dose, and 9th among all states for percent of available doses administered. More than 9 in 10 available first doses...

Share Post
Read More

COVID vaccinations for Giles County residents 75 and older

On Friday, January 15th, from 9 a.m.-3p.m. COVID vaccinations for Giles County residents 75 and older will be offered at a drive up clinic at Giles High School. If you are interested in getting a vaccine, you must pre-register by calling 540-921-0035 between the hours of 8a.m. and 5 p.m. Again, this is for Giles County residents, age 75 and...

Share Post
Read More

COVID-19 Vaccines – Starting January 11th, 2021

On Monday January 11, the New River Health District begins to provide COVID-19 vaccines — by pre-registration and appointment only — to residents included in “Phase 1b.” The vaccines are limited to residents of Montgomery, Floyd, Giles, and Pulaski Counties, and the City of Radford. Who is included in Phase 1b?   Phase 1b includes frontline essential workers and persons age 75 and...

Share Post
Read More