Danville Virginia is a small town where the public, private and government sector is rallying together and making the best of the COVID-19 situation. After the initial shock wore off, the city jumped into action and added a coronavirus banner to their website where residents receive up to date information regarding COVID-19 as well as the ability to subscribe for SMS alerts. What our community quickly learned is that not everyone has subscribed through the city's website, reads the newspaper, nor follows the city's twitter and instagram accounts. Today each individual tends to use their preferred method of receiving information electronically. As such, a group of concerned residents made sure local community e-newsletters were providing updated information as well. For instance the Old West End E-Gazette included articles regarding how Danville responded to the Spanish Flu Pandemic in 1918 (which included statistics and valuable lessons learned). Since all of our restaurants have been ordered to close, the Gazette included a timely notification that a local restaurant is providing curbside service for food orders.