Governor Ralph Northam has announced that a diverse group of leaders are participating in the Commonwealth's COVID-19 Business Task Force. The task force will continue to advise the Cabinet on a safe, responsible strategy for easing restrictions on businesses and individuals.
The task force consists of representatives from a variety of Virginia industries, scales, geographies, and backgrounds across the Commonwealth, including restaurants, breweries, wineries, small and large retailers, fitness centers, hair salons, barber shops, spas and estheticians, museums, hospitality groups, campgrounds, and entertainment venues.
Members of Virginia's COVID-19 Business Task Force are listed below.
Virginia's COVID-19 Business Task Force
In addition to the task force, Governor Northam and his administration have continued to consult with numerous businesses and labor, public health, and trade and professional organizations.
The task force staff includes Deputy Secretaries of Commerce and Trade Angela Navarro and Cassidy Rasnick; Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Resources Gena Berger; Chief Workforce Adviser Dr. Megan Healy; Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer Dr. Janice Underwood; along with key staff from the Virginia Department of Health, the Virginia Tourism Corporation, and the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development.
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Claude E. Bailey