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

  • Friday, Aug. 14

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 20 new cases today. The cumulative total this year stands at 2,067 cases, 149 hospitalizations and 44 deaths. The health district has a 5.6% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 883 cases, 57 hospitalizations and 16 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 555 cases, 26 hospitalizations and 15 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 199 cases, 33 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 198 cases, 23 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 173 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there were 59 cases and 1 hospitalization.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 104,838 COVID-19 cases and 2,370 deaths. The state has a 7.2% seven-day positivity rate.
      • Of the cases in the state, 100,603 have been confirmed and 4,235 were probable.
      • Of the deaths, 2,255 were from confirmed cases and 115 are from probable cases.
      • Of the confirmed and probable cases, 8,650 people have been hospitalized.
        • 8,597 were confirmed cases and 53 were probable.
  • Thursday, Aug. 13

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 27 new cases today. The cumulative total this year stands at 2,047 cases, 148 hospitalizations and 44 deaths. The health district has a 5.6% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 869 cases, 57 hospitalizations and 16 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 554 cases, 26 hospitalizations and 15 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 198 cases, 23 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 195 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 172 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there were 57 cases and 1 hospitalization.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 103,622 COVID-19 cases and 2,363 deaths. The state has a 7.3% seven-day positivity rate.
      • Of the cases in the state, 98,428 have been confirmed and 4,194 were probable.
      • Of the deaths, 2,248 were from confirmed cases and 115 are from probable cases.
      • Of the confirmed and probable cases, 8,592 people have been hospitalized.
        • 8,540 were confirmed cases and 52 were probable.
  • Wednesday Aug. 12

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 23 new cases today. The cumulative total this year stands at 2,020 cases, 145 hospitalizations and 44 deaths. The health district has a 5.4% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 856 cases, 56 hospitalizations and 16 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 550 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 15 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 196 cases, 33 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 195 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 169 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there were 54 cases and 1 hospitalization.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 102,521 COVID-19 cases and 2,352 deaths. The state has a 7.3% seven-day positivity rate.
      • Of the cases in the state, 98,734 have been confirmed and 4,147 were probable.
      • Of the deaths, 2,238 were from confirmed cases and 114 are from probable cases.
      • Of the confirmed and probable cases, 8,532 people have been hospitalized.
        • 8,480 were confirmed cases and 52 were probable.
  • Tuesday, Aug. 11

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 21 new cases today. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,997 cases, 145 hospitalizations and 44 deaths. The health district has a 5.2% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 848 cases, 56 hospitalizations and 16 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 546 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 15 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 194 cases, 33 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 190 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 176 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there were 52 cases and 1 hospitalization.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 101,745 COVID-19 cases and 2,327 deaths. The state has a 7.1% seven-day positivity rate.
      • Of the cases in the state, 96,807 have been confirmed and 3,942 were probable.
      • Of the deaths, 2,215 were from confirmed cases and 112 are from probable cases.
      • Of the confirmed and probable cases, 8,391 people have been hospitalized.
        • 8,341 were confirmed cases and 51 were probable.
  • Monday, Aug. 10

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 11 new cases today. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,976 cases, 145 hospitalizations and 44 deaths. The health district has a 5% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 842 cases, 56 hospitalizations and 16 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 543 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 15 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 193 cases, 33 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 183 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 166 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there were 49 cases and 1 hospitalization.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 44.4% were white, 27.8% were reported as other, 18.2% were Black and 9.6% did not have a race reported. Of those cases, 29.1% were reported as Latino.
        • 53.2% were women, 46.7% were men and 0.1% did not have a gender reported.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 47.9% were white, 39.6% were Black and 12.5% were reported as other. Of those hospitalizations, 17.4% were reported as Latino.
        • 52.4% were women and 47.6% were men.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 72.7% were white, 25% were Black and 2.3% were reported as other. Of those deaths, 4.5% were reported as Latino
        • 54.5% were men and 45.5% were women.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 100,749 COVID-19 cases and 2,327 deaths.
      • Of the cases in the state, 96,807 have been confirmed and 3,942 were probable.
      • Of the deaths, 2,215 were from confirmed cases and 112 are from probable cases.
      • Of the confirmed and probable cases, 8,391 people have been hospitalized.
        • 8,341 were confirmed cases and 51 were probable.
      • The state has a 7.1% 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