Del. Keith Hodges (R-Urbanna) is urging people with second homes and campers on the Middle Peninsula to remain in their primary homes during this period of social distancing.
“Unless you already live here full-time, please do not come to the Middle Peninsula to go camping, to stay for the weekend in your second home or to visit,” Hodges said. “We love that you do, but right now, the most important thing we can do is limit the spread of this virus. Dr. Richard Williams, Director of the Three Rivers Health District, has encouraged us to limit all non-essential travel, stay home as much as possible, and practice social distancing. We all need to stay close to our primary homes.”
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