COVID-19 Dashboard

Updated 01/13/2022

The Town of Round Hill, along with the Loudoun County Health Department and Virginia Department of Health, are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Check here for news and information. 

A Declaration of Local Emergency has been issued by the Town of Round Hill Town Administrator, Melissa Hynes, beginning on January 12, 2022.

Town Offices:

Due to the record number of COVID-19 cases with the Omicron surge, the Town Offices are now closed to the public. Notary, Zoning Administrator and other essential services are being addressed on a case by case basis and by appointment only. Please call 540-338-7878 to speak with someone regarding an appointment. Many Town services are available remotely. Please visit the Government page for a list of Departments or Contact Us for more information. 

You can easily pay your utility bill online or find more information on other ways to pay by visiting the Water & Sewer Billing page on our website. 

There are two secure drop boxes conveniently located at the Town Office, 23 Main Street, Round Hill. One box is a mail slot in the back door, the other is a free-standing dropbox located just outside the front porch entrance. Please use the front box when delivering larger files and documents. 

Current Mask Rule:

Below is a summary of current maks guidelines in Virginia. A complete list of mask guidelines are available on the Virginia Department of Health website. 

  • All individuals 2 years and older, regardless of vaccination status, are encouraged to wear a mask and practice physical distancing while indoors. Typically, masks are not needed for vaccinated individuals while outdoors, however, you may choose to wear a mask outdoors where physical distancing is not possible. 
  • Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated people aged 2 years and older should continue to wear masks and practice physical distancing in most indoor and outdoor settings in accordance with CDC recommendations. 
  • As of August 12, 2021, a Public Health Order requires all individuals aged two and older to wear masks when indoors at public and private K-12 schools, regardless of vaccination status. The Order also applies to Pre-K if the program is at a K-12 school.

Exceptions: There are a number of situations when people don’t have to wear a mask. For a complete list of requirements and exceptions, please visit the Virginia Department of Health.

Fully Vaccinated 

Fully vaccinated means 2 weeks or more have passed since getting the second dose of a two-dose vaccine (e.g., Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna), or 2 weeks or more have passed since getting 1 dose of a single-dose vaccine (e.g., Johnson & Johnson). If you have a condition or are taking medications that weaken your immune system, you may NOT be fully protected even if you are fully vaccinated. Fully boosted means 2 weeks or more have passed since recieving a booster shot. Vaccines are currently available for individuals who are 5 years old and up. Visit the Virginia Department of Health Vaccination Response page for more information on how to schedule a vaccine. 

If You Are Sick:
  1. Stay home
  2. Separate yourself from other people in your home (isolate) and avoid sharing personal household items
  3. Clean "high touch" surfaces often
  4. Monitor your symptoms and know when to seek medical care
  5. When seeking medical care, call ahead before visiting the doctor 
  6. If you must leave the house for medical care, wear a face mask at all times
  7. Cover your coughs and sneezes
  8. Wash your hands often

Visit the CDC website for more details and information.