Go to the COVIDtests.gov website for testing resources and information.
You can also find answers to your COVID testing questions.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected Virginians’ lives in countless ways. Parents and caregivers are overwhelmed. Older adults may feel anxious and isolated. And people of all ages and circumstances are trying hard to stay healthy and adapt to new economic realities.
VirginiaNavigator is your trusted nonprofit guide to COVID-19 resources that can help with these challenges. Search our family of websites for information on health, financial assistance, caregiver support and more.
- Start here ⇒ Important COVID-19 Information for Older Adults, Caregivers, and Families. This page has the latest from the Virginia Governor’s Office, the Virginia Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
- Find Virginia vaccine information ⇒ Virginia has a Statewide COVID-19 Vaccine System at vaccinate.virginia.gov. This website provides comprehensive vaccine information for Virginia residents, including new information on booster vaccines.
- For local vaccine information and tips ⇒ Read the Latest Virginia COVID-19 Vaccine Information article.
- Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine ⇒ Check out the CDC information on Possible Side Effects After Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine
How to Search for COVID-19 Resources in Virginia
VirginiaNavigator maintains an enormous database of more than 26,000 programs and services for older adults, people with disabilities, veterans, and their families and caregivers. You can search that database online for COVID-19 help and programs near you. It’s easy!
► Step 2: Enter your city, county or ZIP, and search for what you need. The keyword COVID-19 will pull up pandemic-specific programs near you, or you can try food, employment, financial assistance, etc.
For a quick rundown of programs and agencies offering help with urgent financial needs during the pandemic, please see The VirginiaNavigator Guide: What to Do in a Financial Emergency During COVID-19 and Beyond.
You may want to change your shopping habits to avoid crowded stores. We’ve created a guide to Finding Grocery, Farmers Market, and Food Delivery and Other Resources in Your Community.
COVID-19 Information for Virginia Caregivers
If you are a caregiver, you may be overwhelmed by the amount of COVID-19 information (and misinformation) out there. The VirginiaNavigator Guide: Family Caregiving During COVID-19 offers information on services, self-care, and technology for caregivers, whether you’re caring for an older relative, a spouse, a sibling, or a child with a disability.
COVID-19 Information for Older Adults
Not only are seniors at higher risk for COVID-19, but the resulting financial hardships are having an outsized impact on older adults living alone, according to the National Council on Aging. VirginiaNavigator offers resources to help connect with others, meet financial challenges and stay healthy.
Get updated information for older Virginians and their caregivers:
- How Tech Tools Can Help Caregivers During COVID-19 and Social Distancing
- AARP Live Q&A Events on the Coronavirus
COVID-19 Information for Virginia Veterans
Whether you’re a veteran or a military caregiver, it’s essential to stay informed about the coronavirus. The Veterans Administration, the Dole Foundation and other organizations have introduced new telehealth services, caregiver support programs, and other resources.
Get updated information for veterans:
COVID-19 Information for People with Disabilities in Virginia
Having a disability doesn’t necessarily mean you have a higher risk for getting COVID-19 or becoming seriously ill. However, some underlying health conditions may increase your risk — talk to your healthcare provider about the precautions you should take.
Get updated information for people with disabilities and their families:
- COVID-19 Resources for People with Disabilities and Their Families
- CDC Information for People with Disabilities