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State sees spike in calls to hotlines for domestic violence

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NORFOLK, Va. (AP) – Phone calls to emergency hotlines for domestic violence have spiked in the state of Virginia as people stay at home during the coronavirus epidemic.

The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk reported Sunday that calls to hotlines increased by 76% statewide in March. That’s according to the Virginia …

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