A man and his toddler are hospitalized after their RV caught fire at a Virginia resort

The fire in a Virginia beach resort is threatening to shut down a major cruise ship because of an airborne coronavirus scare.

The RV was caught on fire Thursday at the popular Virginia Beach resort and is still under evacuation orders, according to the Virginia Beach Fire Department.

Firefighters battled the blaze in the parking lot of the Blue Ridge Country Club, which houses luxury yachts, luxury resorts and restaurants, after the blaze was spotted on video by a local television news crew.

The fire was contained and the RV was evacuated from the resort by police, the fire department said.

The fire is believed to have started in the RV, but it’s unclear if the cause is the airborne coronas.

Virginia Beach Fire Chief Tom Smith said the fire was not caused by a human source and the fire is under investigation.

The cause of the fire has not been determined, he said.

No one was injured and the cause of any injuries has not yet been determined.

The Blue Ridge resort, a major destination in Virginia and one of the world’s most expensive destinations, has been evacuated from nearby Biscayne Bay and its beaches.