For the first time in more than a year, Virginia on Monday reported fewer than 100 new COVID-19 cases.
More than 52,000 Virginians in the 12-to-15 age group have received their first COVID shot in the nine days since federal regulators authorized use of Pfizer's vaccine for adolescents.
Statewide, virus variants account for 965 cases, 50 hospitalizations and five deaths.
The county continues to report deaths from COVID-19 – 61 total attributed to the virus as of Tuesday, 3 more than a week ago.
Unlike the state's level of cases, which has plateaued, COVID-19 cases locally continue to rise, and the area has a high positivity rate for tests.
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Following what the Virginia Department of Health calls an extensive review, 99 deaths across Virginia have been removed from the COVID-19 records books after not qualifying as virus-related fatalities.
Dr. Danny Avula, coordinator of Virginia’s vaccine distribution, will answer Central Virginia residents’ COVID-19 questions Thursday evening d…
Wade Kartchner didn’t expect his last year leading a regional health district to be testy and difficult.
Fauquier has opened a call center to help county and Warrenton residents register to receive COVID-19 vaccines, Fauquier County Administrator …
An emergency bill targeting a sluggish vaccine rollout rife with inequities by mandating data collection of race and ethnicity, expanding the definition of health care workers eligible to administer doses and creating vaccination sites unanimously passed the House of Delegates on Tuesday.
Most Culpeper-area residents listed as first priority by the Virginia Department of Health to receive a COVID-19 vaccine will have been given …
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Gov. Ralph Northam said Monday that he is considering further COVID-19 restrictions this week following upward trends since Thanksgiving and a weekend that saw the highest number of daily coronavirus cases ever recorded in Virginia, with 11,490 new infections coming in since Friday.
The Virginia Department of Health reported Wednesday that the state's cumulative total for COVID-19 cases during the pandemic is now up to 226,300 — an increase of 2,718 from Tuesday.
As the COVID-19 pandemic heads into its eighth month, virus numbers in Orange County remain relatively low and stable. On Friday morning, the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) reported a total of 320 cases, 20 hospitalizations and four deaths in the county.
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The Virginia Department of Health reported Wednesday that the statewide total for COVID-19 cases is 109,019 — an increase of 737 from the 108,282 reported Tuesday.
The Virginia Department of Health reported Friday that the statewide total for COVID-19 cases is 104,838 — an increase of 1,216 from the 103,6…
The Virginia Department of Health reported Monday that the statewide total for COVID-19 cases is 78,375 — an increase of 2,942 from the 75,433 reported Friday.