The Dinwiddie County Chamber of Commerce is closely monitoring all updates and information available regarding the threat of COVID-19.  On Thursday, March 12, 2020, Governor Northam declared a state of emergency for our Commonwealth.  As as result, county and city governments are taking pro-active measures to help prevent the spread of this virus.  As of this post, there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our community, but the threat is real, both to our citizens and to the economy. 

Below, please find information provided by the US Chamber of Commerce that can be downloaded and printed for sharing in your businesses and homes:

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The VA Department of Health will be at our March 25th membership meeting with updates and information.  Be on the lookout for registration information.

An important part of being pro-active is containment.  As always, we encourage you to support the businesses within the community.  In the event that COVID-19 touches our community, economic impact will reach ALL types and sizes of businesses, but you can help lessen that impact in our community by doing the following:

The chamber will work with and follow the guidelines set forth by Dinwiddie County government and/or Dinwiddie County Public Schools (current school info).  We will pass along information as it becomes available to us.  Follow us on Facebook for updates as well:


Additional informational links:

VA Department of Health

CDC – Washington DC