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

  • Tuesday, Nov. 24

    • On Nov. 23, the University of Virginia reported no new COVID-19 cases. There are 46 active cases and 1,260 total since recording began on Aug. 17. The student cases do not include pre-arrival testing.
      • Of the active cases, 26 were students and 20 were among faculty, staff and contract employees.
      • Of the overall cases, 1,072  were students and 188 were among faculty, staff and contract employees.
      • On the previous day, there was 1 new hospitalization. There are 34 current hospitalizations.
      • 1% of rooms reserved for quarantine and 1% of the 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 20 hours to complete a COVID-19 lab test.
    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 37 new cases, leading to a cumulative total this year of 5,152 cases. Additionally, there were 268 cumulative hospitalizations and 81 deaths since the first local case was recorded as occurring on Feb. 29. The health district has a 1.9% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were cumulatively 1,834 cases, 99 hospitalizations and 26 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were cumulatively 1,815 cases, 48 hospitalizations and 31 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were cumulatively 492 cases, 44 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were cumulatively 484 cases, 44 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were cumulatively 355 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there were cumulatively 172 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported 2,544 new COVID-19 cases. Since the first case was recorded as occurring on Feb. 16, the cumulative total of cases this year has reached 233,582. Additionally, there has been 3,979  deaths.
      • Of the cases in the state, 200,284 have been confirmed and 23,298 were probable.
      • Of the deaths, 3,660 were from confirmed cases and 319 are from probable cases.
      • Of the confirmed and probable cases, 14,212 people have been hospitalized.
        • 13,939 were confirmed cases and 273 were probable.
      • The state has a 7.4% seven-day positivity rate.

    Note: This will be the final update on this site until Monday, Nov. 30. The Charlottesville Tomorrow newsroom will be closed for Thanksgiving.

  • Monday, Nov. 23

    • On Nov. 20, the University of Virginia reported 10 new COVID-19 cases. There are 86 active cases and 1,254 total since recording began on Aug. 17. The student cases do not include pre-arrival testing.
      • Of the new cases, 7 were students and 3 were among faculty, staff and contract employees.
      • Of the active cases, 59 were students and 27 were among faculty, staff and contract employees.
      • Of the overall cases, 1,069 were students and 185 were among faculty, staff and contract employees.
      • On the previous day, there were 4 new hospitalizations. There are 24 current hospitalizations.
      • 2% of rooms reserved for quarantine and 1% of the 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 19 hours to complete a COVID-19 lab test.
    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 45 new cases, leading to a cumulative total this year of 5,115 cases. Additionally, there were 267 cumulative hospitalizations and 81 deaths since the first local case was recorded as occurring on Feb. 29. The health district has a 1.9% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were cumulatively 1,821 cases, 99 hospitalizations and 26 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were cumulatively 1,808 cases, 48 hospitalizations and 31 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were cumulatively 484 cases, 43 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were cumulatively 481 cases, 44 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were cumulatively 350 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there were cumulatively 171 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported 3,242 new COVID-19 cases. Since the first case was recorded as occurring on Feb. 16, the cumulative total of cases this year has reached 221,038. Additionally, there has been 3,942  deaths.
      • Of the cases in the state, 198,142 have been confirmed and 22,896 were probable.
      • Of the deaths, 3,629 were from confirmed cases and 313 are from probable cases.
      • Of the confirmed and probable cases, 14,096 people have been hospitalized.
        • 13,834 were confirmed cases and 262 were probable.
      • The state has a 7.2% 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