Online Medical Help
Virtual Travel Party
Absentee Voting- More Detail
Medical Help At-Home
Getting help without leaving home is a necessity in Northern Virginia as we begin the next phase in opening-up. More physician offices are offering telemed visits such as Canary Doctor. Patients can use their phones, tablets, or computers to talk to board-certified Emergency Medicine physician, Dr. Alex Mohseni.* Medicare covers these virtual visits the same as a regular office visit.
offers help with a range of conditions: Coronavirus/ COVID-19 assessments and minor illness, fever, cough, cold, and flu-like symptoms; wound care; prescription refills; allergies, minor asthma and COPD issues. Remote monitoring services are provided for blood pressure, heart rate and blood sugar.
*Alex Mohseni, MD FACEP, University of Maryland Medical School, trained in Emergency Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. More on Dr. Mohseni…. click here.
Virtual Travel Party
Culled from their travel to over a hundred countries, Pat Williams and Eileen Curtis share highlights via zoom. Sign up for Turkey, June 5, 5:30 pm, Click here
. To learn more about their travels, check out the publication: ROAM,
that “uses travel to sample the gorgeous tapestry of life.”
Cost of Travel Party: Free
Fairfax County Covid Cases – Daily Tally
To view the number of cases in Fairfax County this page
is updated at noon daily.
Absentee Voting CD-11, June 23 Primary
For those living in Fairfax County Congressional District 11 (Reston, Vienna, etc.--Rep. Gerry Connolly), a Democratic Primary will take place June 23. To safeguard one’s health, voters are being urged to vote absentee by mail using the excuse 2A – “My disability or illness.” The requirement for a witness to your signature has been dropped. As stated in the revised rule: "you may disregard the witness signature requirement if you believe you may not safely have a witness present while completing your ballot.
Please note these dates and how to apply online for your ballot. www.elections.virginia.gov/voterinformation
Apply for Absentee Ballot
How to fill out absentee ballot
Reston for a Lifetime Newsletter
- June 16: Deadline to request an absentee ballot by mail, 5:00 pm
- June 23: Deadline to return your absentee ballot to the Office of Elections, 7:00 pm
- More information – Click below
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