Regional Resources
Our Regional Resource pages contain information on ongoing coverage in a specific area in one of our coverage topics. These pages do not have publication dates because they will be updated often.

Do you have any local questions about COVID-19? Contact Elliott Robinson at erobinson@cvilletomorrow.org, Billy Jean Louis at bjeanlouis@cvilletomorrow.org and Charlotte Rene Woods at cwoods@cvilletomorrow.org; visit our Facebook page or send us a direct message on Twitter @cvilletomorrow

We will update this page with new developments.

THE LATEST

  • Wednesday, Oct. 14

    • The University of Virginia reported 10 new COVID-19 cases. There are 105 active cases and 1,000 total since recording began on Aug. 17. The student cases do not include pre-arrival testing.
      • Of the new cases, 6 were students and 4 was among faculty, staff and contract workers.
      • Of the active cases, 80 were students and 25 were among faculty, staff and contract employees.
      • Of the overall cases, 893 were students and 107 were among faculty, staff and contract employees.
      • On Oct. 11, there was 1 new hospitalization. There are 16 current hospitalizations.
      • 12% of rooms reserved for quarantine and 4% of isolation rooms are occupied. These percentages include international students who by federal law must be in quarantine for 14 days.
      • The university also is reporting an average of 24 hours to complete a COVID-19 lab test.
    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 19 new cases, leading to a cumulative total this year of 4,049 cases. Additionally, there were 204 cumulative hospitalizations and 74 deaths since recording began on Feb. 29. The health district has a 3.6% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Charlottesville, there were cumulatively 1,472 cases, 33 hospitalizations and 31 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were cumulatively 1,447 cases, 84 hospitalizations and 22 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were cumulatively 402 cases, 38 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were cumulatively 351 cases, 32 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were cumulatively 255 cases, 12 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there were cumulatively 122 cases, 5 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported 805 new COVID-19 cases. Since recordkeeping began on Feb. 16, the cumulative total of cases this year has reached 161,610. Additionally, there has been 3,381 deaths.
      • Of the cases in the state, 152,039 have been confirmed and 9,571 were probable.
      • Of the deaths, 3,141 were from confirmed cases and 240 are from probable cases.
      • Of the confirmed and probable cases, 11,628 people have been hospitalized.
        • 11,526 were confirmed cases and 102 were probable.
      • The state has a 4.6% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Tuesday, Oct. 13

    • The University of Virginia reported 6 new COVID-19 cases. There are 95 active cases and 990 total since recording began on Aug. 17. The student cases do not include pre-arrival testing.
      • Of the new cases, 5 were students and 1 was among faculty, staff and contract workers.
      • Of the active cases, 74 were students and 21 were among faculty, staff and contract employees.
      • Of the overall cases, 887 were students and 103 were among faculty, staff and contract employees.
      • On Oct. 11, there was 1 new hospitalization. There are 21 current hospitalizations.
      • 14% of rooms reserved for quarantine and 7% of isolation rooms are occupied. These percentages include international students who by federal law must be in quarantine for 14 days.
      • The university also is reporting an average of 23 hours to complete a COVID-19 lab test.
    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 19 new cases, leading to a cumulative total this year of 4,030 cases. Additionally, there were 203 cumulative hospitalizations and 74 deaths since recording began on Feb. 29. The health district has a 3.6% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Charlottesville, there were cumulatively 1,467 cases, 33 hospitalizations and 31 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were cumulatively 1,443 cases, 84 hospitalizations and 22 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were cumulatively 400 cases, 37 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were cumulatively 346 cases, 32 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were cumulatively 255 cases, 12 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there were cumulatively 119 cases, 5 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported 1,235 new COVID-19 cases. Since recordkeeping began on Feb. 16, the cumulative total of cases this year has reached 160,805. Additionally, there has been 3,372 deaths.
      • Of the cases in the state, 151,357 have been confirmed and 9,448 were probable.
      • Of the deaths, 3,172 were from confirmed cases and 240 are from probable cases.
      • Of the confirmed and probable cases, 11,598 people have been hospitalized.
        • 11,497 were confirmed cases and 101 were probable.
      • The state has a 4.5% seven-day positivity rate.
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How to help and get help

Thomas Jefferson Health District hotline: (434) 972-6261 (Currently staffed Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)

Virginia Department of Health hotline: 877-275-8343

University of Virginia call center domestic: 877-685-4836 international: (202) 800-2408

This is an list of links to ways people can help by donating money or volunteering their time and service or get the help they need. If you have a resource you think we should add to our lists or bring special attention to, please e-mail Elliott at the address listed above.

If you have anything to add, contact Elliott Robinson at erobinson@cvilletomorrow.org, Billy Jean Louis at bjeanlouis@cvilletomorrow.org and Charlotte Rene Woods at cwoods@cvilletomorrow.org; visit our Facebook page or send us a direct message on Twitter @cvilletomorrow