Courthouse Closes After COVID-19 Exposure

The Loudoun County courthouse complex shut down at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday after court personnel learned of a COVID-19 exposure in the building.

Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj said the complex was being cleaned for the remainder of the day and that it should reopen tomorrow as normally scheduled.

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  • 2020-11-20 at 9:09 am

    As you sit around your Thanksgiving table this year and don’t see loved ones and friends who should have been there, you can thank the ignorance of Agent Orange, aka the President for his lack or action on the CV19 pandemic. Had he taken this pandemic on as the threat to the US that it is, we would not be in this mess. Other countries have far fewer deaths then the great US of A. Make America Great? You must be kidding, Trump has made it America the World’s Fools once again. The world is laughing at us, and worse, they are pitying us. Don’t believe me or care? Look at other news outlets, and I don’t mean these unprofessional opinion makers like OAN and NewsMax, I mean real journalistic outlets. I know it is hard for Trump supporters to understand basic math and logic but for once, look beyond the Kool Aid and see what is really happening. Shame on America for buying into this clown, he is destroying the democracy of this country that we have worked so hard to build over 200 years. Wake up before it is too late.

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