Monday Morning Notes

Gov. Ralph Northam Outlines Blueprint for Reopening — “The lifting of restrictions will include a phased approach based on guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Beyond a steady decline in new cases, the state will also have to increase testing and contact tracing, while ensuring hospitals have the necessary capacity, Northam said.” [Inside NOVA]

Meat Company Offers Free Delivery — D’Artagnan, a purveyor of “sustainably raised” meat, is offering free delivery for Reston residents via its refrigerated trucks. More information on the program is available online. [D’Artagnan]

Rumor Control: Don’t Swallow Cleaning Products — “Drinking bleach and other cleaning product will not kill the virus inside your body, but it could result in serious illness or injury.” [Fairfax County Government]

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