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COVID-19 Information & Updates

The Alexandria Health Department is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by COVID-19 coronavirus disease. Learn how you can help protect yourself and those around you.

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Residents Urged to Stay Current on Vaccinations

With vaccination rates down during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Alexandria Health Department urges residents to stay current on life-saving vaccines.

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Census Takers Begin Visiting City Households

The City reminds all residents that it’s not too late to participate in the 2020 Census. It’s fast, easy, and takes the average person less than 10 minutes. Census takers have begun visiting households who have not yet responded. 

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Fall Recreation Program Registration

Registration for fall recreation classes and activities will begin on August 26 for residents, and August 28 for nonresidents. Registration will be available online or by appointment in-person at the Registration and Reservation Office.

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City of Alexandria Launches Resource Text Line in Spanish

The City has launched a free service to provide Spanish-speaking subscribers with accurate and timely text messages throughout COVID-19 and thereafter.

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Alexandria Honors the Life of Benjamin Thomas on Anniversary of 1899 Lynching

The community is invited to join in the virtual remembrance of Benjamin Thomas, who was killed by a mob of 2,000 residents who stormed the city jail on N. St. Asaph Street in 1899.

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City Hosts “Stay at Home Gala” to Support The Fund for Alexandria’s Child

Join The Fund for Alexandria’s Child’s “Stay at Home Gala” virtual event on Friday, August 14, from 8 to 10 p.m. The annual gala helps to fund life-enriching opportunities for some of Alexandria’s most vulnerable youth.

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