The most important and most widely used driving school in the U.S. was shut down for more than a year due to an outbreak of the coronavirus.
Vox Media, the parent company of Slate, the news and opinion site, said the Virginia Driving School and the Orlando Driving School shut down on Friday due to the virus.
Vaccination rates in the United States are now at an all-time low, with the U,S.
government reporting a 98% vaccination rate for people aged 18 to 49.
The Virginia Driving Schools website has since been updated with new information about the virus and the vaccine, and the online driver school has been added to the national registry.
The Orlando Driving Schools site has been updated, as well.
The website has also been updated to reflect the fact that the driving school is now closed for two weeks after the virus hit.
Virginia and Orlando are among the states that have closed their driving schools.
The state of Florida closed its school for the second time in four days on Monday, and officials there have confirmed that the state’s vaccination rates have fallen below 80%.
The states where schools are still open are Maryland, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut.
The U.K. has also closed its driving schools and closed a number of its clinics for three weeks.
The number of licensed drivers in the country is expected to reach about 30 million this year, according to the World Health Organization.
A study published this week found that the number of adults in the UK who have been infected with the coronivirus is at its lowest point in decades.
The report also found that among adults aged 65 and older, nearly a quarter had been infected in the past three months.