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  • 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.
  • Friday, Aug. 7

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 49 new cases. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,895 cases, 141 hospitalizations and 44 deaths. The health district has a 5.6% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 817 cases, 54 hospitalizations and 16 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 520 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 15 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 184 cases, 32 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 181 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 153 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 39 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health rectified a lag in reporting and reported a cumulative total of 97,882 COVID-19 cases and 2,317 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 94,141 have been confirmed and 3,741 were probable. Of the deaths, 2,208 were from confirmed cases and 109 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 8,281 people have been hospitalized; 8,231 were confirmed cases and 50 were probable. The state has a 7.3% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Thursday, Aug. 6

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 17 new cases. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,845 cases, 138 hospitalizations and 44 deaths. The health district has a 5.9% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 798 cases, 52 hospitalizations and 16 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 505 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 15 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 179 cases, 31 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 174 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 153 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 36 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 95,867 COVID-19 cases and 2,299 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 92,244 have been confirmed and 3,623 were probable. Of the deaths, 2,191 were from confirmed cases and 108 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 8,183 people have been hospitalized; 8,135 were confirmed cases and 48 were probable. The state has a 7.3% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Wednesday, Aug. 5

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 4 new cases. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,828 cases, 137 hospitalizations and 41 deaths. The health district has a 5.5% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 791 cases, 51 hospitalizations and 16 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 504 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 176 cases, 31 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 171 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 152 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 34 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 95,049 COVID-19 cases and 2,274 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 91,473 have been confirmed and 3,576 were probable. Of the deaths, 2,164 were from confirmed cases and 110 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 8,126 people have been hospitalized; 8,077 were confirmed cases and 49 were probable. The state has a 7.2% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Tuesday, Aug. 4

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 31 new cases. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,824 cases, 137 hospitalizations and 39 deaths. The health district has a 6% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 790 cases, 51 hospitalizations and 14 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 504 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 175 cases, 31 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 170 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 151 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 34 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 94,251 COVID-19 cases and 2,244 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 90,728 have been confirmed and 3,523 were probable. Of the deaths, 2,134 were from confirmed cases and 110 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 8,085 people have been hospitalized; 8,037 were confirmed cases and 48 were probable. The state has a 7.2% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Monday, Aug. 3

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 44 new cases today. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,793 cases, 137 hospitalizations and 37 deaths. The health district has a 6.5% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 775 cases, 51 hospitalizations and 12 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 495 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 175 cases, 31 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 167 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 147 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 34 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 44.2% were white, 28.3% were reported as other, 18.1% were Black and 9.4% were not reported. Of those cases, 29.7% were reported as Latino.
        • 53.3% were women, 46.6% were men and 0.1% were not reported.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 45.6% were white, 41.9% were Black and 12.5% were reported as other. Of those hospitalizations, 18.4% were reported as Latino.
        • 51.8% were women and 48.2% were men.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 67.6% were white, 29.7% were Black and 2.7% were reported as other.
        • 56.8% were men and 43.2% were women.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 93,106 COVID-19 cases and 2,218 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 89,602 have been confirmed and 3,504 were probable. Of the deaths, 2108 were from confirmed cases and 110 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 8,018 people have been hospitalized; 7,970 were confirmed cases and 48 were probable. The state has a 7.1% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Friday, July 31

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 20 new cases. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,705 cases, 136 hospitalizations and 34 deaths. The health district has a 6.6% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 735 cases, 51 hospitalizations and 11 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 466 cases, 24 hospitalizations and 11 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 173 cases, 31 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 165 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 134 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 32 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 89,888 COVID-19 cases and 2,174 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 86,501 have been confirmed and 3,387 were probable. Of the deaths, 2,067 were from confirmed cases and 107 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 7,866 people have been hospitalized; 7,820 were confirmed cases and 46 were probable. The state has a 7.2% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Thursday, July 30

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 16 new cases. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,685 cases, 135 hospitalizations and 31 deaths. The health district has a 6.8% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 733 cases, 51 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 451 cases, 23 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 170 cases, 31 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 165 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 134 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 32 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 88,904 COVID-19 cases and 2,141 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 85,546 have been confirmed and 3,358 were probable. Of the deaths, 2,035 were from confirmed cases and 106 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 7,786 people have been hospitalized; 7,740 were confirmed cases and 46 were probable. The state has a 7.2% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Wednesday, July 29

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 6 new cases. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,669 cases, 135 hospitalizations and 30 deaths. The health district has a 6.9% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 724 cases, 52 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 443 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 170 cases, 31 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 165 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 134 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 33 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 87,993 COVID-19 cases and 2,125 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 84,700 have been confirmed and 3,293 were probable. Of the deaths, 2,020 were from confirmed cases and 105 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 7,738 people have been hospitalized; 7,692 were confirmed cases and 46 were probable. The state has a 7.1% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Tuesday, July 28

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 15 new cases. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,663 cases, 133 hospitalizations and 30 deaths. The health district has a 7.5% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 723 cases, 51 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 441 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 167 cases, 30 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 165 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 134 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 33 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 86,994 COVID-19 cases and 2,095 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 86,732 have been confirmed and 3,262 were probable. Of the deaths, 1,991 were from confirmed cases and 104 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 7,686 people have been hospitalized; 7,640 were confirmed cases and 46 were probable. The state has a 7.3% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Monday, July 27

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 48 new cases today. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,648 cases, 133 hospitalizations and 30 deaths. The health district has a 7.4% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 718 cases, 51 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 433 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 165 cases, 30 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 165 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 134 cases, 8 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 33 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 44.7% were white, 27.2% were reported as other, 18.6% were Black and 9.6% were not reported. Of those cases, 28.9% were reported as Latino.
        • 53.1% were women, 46.8% were men and 0.1% were not reported.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 44.7% were white, 42.4% were Black and 12.9% were reported as other. Of those hospitalizations, 18.9% were reported as Latino.
        • 51.9% were women and 48.1% were men.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 70% were white, 26.7% were Black and 3.3% were reported as other.
        • 50% were men and 50% were women.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 86,072 COVID-19 cases and 2,082 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 82,871 have been confirmed and 3,201 were probable. Of the deaths, 1,978 were from confirmed cases and 104 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 7,647 people have been hospitalized; 7,600 were confirmed cases and 47 were probable. The state has a 7.5% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Friday, July 24

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 46 new cases. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,551 cases, 129 hospitalizations and 30 deaths. The health district has a 6.6% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 685 cases, 50 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 405 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 158 cases, 21 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 157 cases, 29 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 114 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 32 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 82,364  COVID-19 cases and 2,067 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 79,253 have been confirmed and 3,111 were probable. Of the deaths, 1,964 were from confirmed cases and 103 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 7,515 people have been hospitalized; 7,472 were confirmed cases and 43 were probable. The state has a 7.5% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Thursday, July 23

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 47 new cases. The cumulative total this year stands at 1,505 cases, 129 hospitalizations and 30 deaths. The health district has a 6.5% seven-day positivity rate.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 671 cases, 50 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 385 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 157 cases, 21 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 154 cases, 29 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 108 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 30 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 81,237  COVID-19 cases and 2,054 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 78,182 have been confirmed and 3,055 were probable. Of the deaths, 1,951 were from confirmed cases and 103 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 7,437 people have been hospitalized; 7,394 were confirmed cases and 43 were probable. The state has a 7.7% seven-day positivity rate.
  • Wednesday, July 22

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported at cumulative total this year of 1,458 cases, 124 hospitalizations and 30 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 647 cases, 46 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 371 cases, 21 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 155 cases, 21 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 151 cases, 29 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 105 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 29 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 80,393  COVID-19 cases and 2,051 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 77,380 have been confirmed and 3,013 were probable. Of the deaths, 1,948 were from confirmed cases and 103 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 7,307 people have been hospitalized; 7,307 were confirmed cases and 44 were probable.
  • Tuesday, July 21

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported at cumulative total this year of 1,440 cases, 116 hospitalizations and 30 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 638 cases, 42 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 367 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 155 cases, 20 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 151 cases, 28 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 100 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 29 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 79,371  COVID-19 cases and 2,048 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 76,427 have been confirmed and 2,944 were probable. Of the deaths, 1,945 were from confirmed cases and 103 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 7,267 people have been hospitalized; 7,223 were confirmed cases and 44 were probable.
  • Monday, July 20

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported at cumulative total this year of 1,414 cases, 116 hospitalizations and 29 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 628 cases, 42 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there were 361 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there were 155 cases, 20 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there were 146 cases, 28 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there were 96 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there were 28 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 45.9% were white, 26.2% were reported as other, 17.4% were Black and 10.5% were not reported. Of those cases, 30.2% were reported as Latino.
        • 53.5% were women and 46.5% were men.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 47% were Black, 40% were white and 13% were reported as other. Of those hospitalizations, 15.7% were reported as Latino.
        • 52.6% were women and 47.4% were men.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 69% were white, 27.6% were Black and 3.4% were reported as other.
        • 51.7% were men and 48.3% were women.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported a cumulative total this year of at least 78,375  COVID-19 cases and 2,031 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 75,415 have been confirmed and 2,960 were probable. Of the deaths, 1,927 were from confirmed cases and 104 are probable. Of the confirmed and probable cases, 7,201 people have been hospitalized; 7,157 were confirmed cases and 44 were probable.
  • Friday, July 17

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 1,335 overall cases, 113 hospitalizations and 29 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 593 cases, 42 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 333 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 147 cases, 18 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 142 cases, 27 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 92 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there are 27 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 75,433 COVID-19 cases and 2,013 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 72,516 have been confirmed and 2,917 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,909 are from confirmed cases and 104 are from probable cases. A cumulative 7,087 people have been hospitalized; 7,040 are confirmed cases and 47 are probable.
  • Thursday, July 16

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District initially reported no new cases today, but at 4:27 p.m. tweeted that the site was in error. The statistics stood at 1,312 overall cases, 113  hospitalizations and 29 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 587 cases, 42 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 325 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 147 cases, 18 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 140 cases, 27 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 88 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there are 27 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 74,431 COVID-19 cases and 2,007 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 71,570 have been confirmed and 2,861 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,903 are from confirmed cases and 104 are from probable cases. A cumulative 7,020 people have been hospitalized; 6,975 are confirmed cases and 45 are probable.
  • Wednesday, July 15

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 1,298 cases, 109  hospitalizations and 29 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 583 cases, 39 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 318 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 145 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 139 cases, 27 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 88 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there are 27 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 73,527 COVID-19 cases and 1,992 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 70,669 have been confirmed and 2,858 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,882 are from confirmed cases and 110 are from probable cases. A cumulative 6,905 people have been hospitalized; 6,859 are confirmed cases and 46 are probable.
  • Tuesday, July 14

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 1,277 cases, 105  hospitalizations and 29 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 578 cases, 38 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 310 cases, 18 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 139 cases, 27 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 138 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 87 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there are 25 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 72,443 COVID-19 cases and 1,977 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 69,610 have been confirmed and 2,883 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,870 are from confirmed cases and 107 are from probable cases. A cumulative 6,817 people have been hospitalized; 6,771 are confirmed cases and 46 are probable.
  • Monday, July 13

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 1,236 cases, 106 hospitalizations and 29 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 563 cases, 38 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 285 cases, 18 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 138 cases, 28 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 138 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 87 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 25 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 46.8% are white, 26.1% were reported as other, 16.2% are Black and 10.9% were not reported. 32.6% were reported as Latino.
        • 53.2% are women and 46.8% are men.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 45.3% are Black, 40.6% are white and 14.2% were reported as other. 17% were reported as Latino.
        • 53.2% are women and 46.8% are men.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 69% are white, 27.6% are Black and 3.4% were reported as other.
        • 51.7% are men and 48.3% are women.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 71,642  COVID-19 cases and 1,968 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 68,814 have been confirmed and 2,828 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,861 are from confirmed cases and 107 are probable. A cumulative 6,765 people have been hospitalized; 6,720 are confirmed cases and 45 are probable.
  • Friday, July 10

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 1,144 cases, 102  hospitalizations and 29 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 520 cases, 36 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 260 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 134 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 128 cases, 27 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 80 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there are 22 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 68,931 COVID-19 cases and 1,958 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 66,095 have been confirmed and 2,836 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,853 are from confirmed cases and 105 are from probable cases. A cumulative 6,675 people have been hospitalized; 6,632 are confirmed cases and 43 are probable.
  • Thursday, July 9

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 1,123 cases, 101  hospitalizations and 29 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 512 cases, 36 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 251 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 134 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 126 cases, 26 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 78 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there are 22 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 67,988 COVID-19 cases and 1,937 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 65,191 have been confirmed and 2,797 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,832 are from confirmed cases and 105 are from probable cases. A cumulative 6,625 people have been hospitalized; 6,582 are confirmed cases and 42 are probable.
  • Wednesday, July 8

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 1,095 cases, 101  hospitalizations and 29 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 498 cases, 36 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 241 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 133 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 125 cases, 26 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 76 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there are 22 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 66,375 COVID-19 cases and 1,905 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 64,583 have been confirmed and 2,792 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,799 are from confirmed cases and 106 are from probable cases. A cumulative 6,577 people have been hospitalized; 6,534 are confirmed cases and 43 are probable.
  • Tuesday, July 7

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 1,063 cases, 101  hospitalizations and 29 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 472 cases, 36 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 239 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 132 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 2 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 123 cases, 26 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 76 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Nelson County, there are 21 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 66,740 COVID-19 cases and 1,881 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 63,950 have been confirmed and 2,790 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,775 are from confirmed cases and 106 are from probable cases. A cumulative 6,512 people have been hospitalized; 6,470 are confirmed cases and 42 are probable.
  • Monday, July 6

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 1,040 cases, 99 hospitalizations and 25 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 460 cases, 34 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 237 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 130 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 120 cases, 26 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 73 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 20 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 46.2% are white, 25.7% were reported as other, 15.2% are Black and 11% were not reported. 34.2% were reported as Latino.
        • 52.6% are women and 47.4% are men.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 44.4% are Black, 42.4% are white and 13.1% were reported as other. 16.2% were reported as Latino.
        • 53.5% are women and 46.5% are men.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 72% are white, 24% are Black and 4% were reported as other.
        • 52% are men and 48% are women.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 65,748  COVID-19 cases and 1,853 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 62,981 have been confirmed and 2,767 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,746 are from confirmed cases and 107 are probable. A cumulative 6,418 people have been hospitalized; 6,377 are confirmed cases and 41 are probable.
  • Thursday, June 2

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 948 cases, 97  hospitalizations and 23 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 412 cases, 33 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 218 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 5 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 119 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 114 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 67 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 63,735 COVID-19 cases and 1,816 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 61,039 have been confirmed and 2,696 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,712 are from confirmed cases and 104 are probable. A cumulative 6,333 people have been hospitalized; 6,298 are confirmed cases and 35 are probable.
  • Wednesday, July 1

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 938 cases, 94  hospitalizations and 22 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 407 cases, 31 hospitalizations and 9 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 216 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 119 cases, 14 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 112 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 66 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 63,203 COVID-19 cases and 1,786 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 60,528 have been confirmed and 2,675 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,681 are from confirmed cases and 105 are probable. A cumulative 6,262 people have been hospitalized; 6,228 are confirmed cases and 34 are probable.
  • Tuesday, June 30

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 926 cases, 88  hospitalizations and 20 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 401 cases, 28 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 212 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 118 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 110 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 7 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 67 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 62,787 COVID-19 cases and 1,763 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 60,124 have been confirmed and 2,663 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,658 are from confirmed cases and 105 are probable. A cumulative 6,203 people have been hospitalized; 6,169 are confirmed cases and 39 are probable.
  • Monday, June 29

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 916 cases, 88  hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 384 cases, 28 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 211 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 118 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 110 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 65 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 46.4% are white, 22.5% were reported as other, 15.9% are Black and 13.2% were not reported. 31.3% were reported as Latino.
        • 52.8% are women, 46.9% are men and 0.2% was not reported.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 44.3% are Black, 44.3% are white and 11.4% were reported as other. 12.5% were reported as Latino.
        • 52.3% are women and 47.7% are men.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 73.7% are white, 21.1% are Black and 5.3% were reported as other.
        • 52.6% are men and 47.1% are women.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 62,189 COVID-19 cases and 1,740 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 59,522 have been confirmed and 2,667 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,635 are from confirmed cases and 105 are probable. A cumulative 6,164 people have been hospitalized; 6,128 are confirmed cases and 36 are probable.
  • Friday, June 26

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 868 cases, 87 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 374 cases, 27 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 196 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 114 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 109 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 57 cases, 7 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 60,570  COVID-19 cases and 1,700 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 57,977 have been confirmed and 2,593 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,596 are from confirmed cases and 104 are from probable cases. A cumulative 6,071 people have been hospitalized; 6,035 are confirmed cases and 36 are probable.
  • Thursday, June 25

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 852 cases, 83 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 367 cases, 24 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 193 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 112 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 107 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Greene County, there are 57 cases, 6 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 59,946  COVID-19 cases and 1,675 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 57,384 have been confirmed and 2,562 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,572 are from confirmed cases and 103 are from probable cases. A cumulative 5,995 people have been hospitalized; 5,961 are confirmed cases and 34 are probable.
  • Wednesday, June 24

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 832 cases, 83 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 359 cases, 24 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 182 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 107 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 111 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 55 cases, 6 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 59,514  COVID-19 cases and 1,661 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 56,956 have been confirmed and 2,558 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,559 are from confirmed cases and 102 are from probable cases. A cumulative 5,955 people have been hospitalized; 5,922 are confirmed cases and 33 are probable.
  • Tuesday, June 23

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 819 cases, 81 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 352 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 176 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 108 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 110 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 55 cases, 6 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 58,994  COVID-19 cases and 1,645 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 56,452 have been confirmed and 2,542 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,542 are from confirmed cases and 103 are from probable cases. A cumulative 5,913 people have been hospitalized; 5,881 are confirmed cases and 32 are probable.
  • Monday, June 22

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 799 cases, 81  hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 340 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 172 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 105 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 109 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 55 cases, 6 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 48.2% are white, 22.4% were reported as other, 17% are Black and 12% were not reported. 29.5% were reported as Latino.
        • 51.9% are women, 47.6% are men and .5% was not reported.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 48.1% are Black, 44.4% are white and 7.4 % were reported as other. 7.4% were reported as Latino.
        • 53.1% are women and 46.9% are men.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 73.7% are white, 21.1% are Black and 5.3% were reported as other.
        • 52.6% are men and 47.1% are women.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 58,465 COVID-19 cases and 1,620 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 55,949 have been confirmed and 2,516 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,517 are from confirmed cases and 103 are probable. A cumulative 5,869 people have been hospitalized; 5,837 are confirmed cases and 32 are probable.
  • Friday, June 19

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 739 cases, 81 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 304 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 164 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 103 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 103 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 48 cases, 6 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 56,973  COVID-19 cases and 1,602 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 54,392 have been confirmed and 2,481 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,499 are from confirmed cases and 103 are from probable cases. A cumulative 5,713 people have been hospitalized; 5,665 are confirmed cases and 32 are probable.
  • Thursday, June 18

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 737 cases, 81 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 302 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 164 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 103 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 101 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 46 cases, 6 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 56,238  COVID-19 cases and 1,586 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 53,769 have been confirmed and 2,469 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,482 are from confirmed cases and 104 are from probable cases. A cumulative 5,713 people have been hospitalized; 5,661 are confirmed cases and 31 are probable.
  • Wednesday, June 17

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 722 cases, 81 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 293 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 161 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 103 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 101 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 46 cases, 6 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 55,775  COVID-19 cases and 1,583 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 53,318 have been confirmed and 2,457 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,478 are from confirmed cases and 105 are from probable cases. A cumulative 5,692 people have been hospitalized; 5,661 are confirmed cases and 31 are probable.
  • Tuesday, June 16

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 717 cases, 81 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 293 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 160 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 102 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 99 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 45 cases, 6 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 55,331  COVID-19 cases and 1,570 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 52,917 have been confirmed and 2,414 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,465 are from confirmed cases and 105 are from probable cases. A cumulative 5,643 people have been hospitalized; 5,614 are confirmed cases and 29 are probable.
  • Monday, June 15

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 708 cases, 81  hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 290 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 154 cases, 17 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 102 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 99 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 45 cases, 6 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 49.3% are white, 19.8% were reported as other, 18.5% are Black and 12.4% were not reported. 25.6% were reported as Latino.
        • 51.8% are women, 47.2% are men and 1% was not reported.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 48.1% are Black, 44.4% are white and 7.4 % were reported as other. 7.4% were reported as Latino.
        • 53.1% are women and 46.9% are men.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 68.4% are white, 21.1% are Black and 10.5% were reported as other.
        • 52.6% are men and 47.4% are women.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 54,866 COVID-19 cases and 1,552 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 52,460 have been confirmed and 2,426 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,444 are from confirmed cases and 108 are probable. A cumulative 5,588 people have been hospitalized; 5,557 are confirmed cases and 31 are probable.
  • Friday, June 12

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 680 cases, 79 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 272 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 146 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 101 cases, 25 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 98 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 45 cases, 6 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 53,211  COVID-19 cases and 1,534 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 50,583 have been confirmed and 2,358 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,426 are from confirmed cases and 108 are from probable cases. A cumulative 5,445 people have been hospitalized; 5,417 are confirmed cases and 28 are probable.
  • Thursday, June 11

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 669 cases, 78 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 269 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 144 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 98 cases, 24 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 95 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 45 cases, 6 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 18 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 52,647  COVID-19 cases and 1,520 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 50,275 have been confirmed and 2,372 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,413 are from confirmed cases and 107 are from probable cases. A cumulative 5,360 people have been hospitalized; 5,331 are confirmed cases and 29 are probable.
  • Wednesday, June 10

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 655 cases, 77 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 260 cases, 21 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 142 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 98 cases, 24 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 94 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 44 cases, 4 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 17 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 51,251  COVID-19 cases and 1,477 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 48,879 have been confirmed and 2,372 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,373 are from confirmed cases and 104 are from probable cases. A cumulative 5,143 people have been hospitalized; 5,112 are confirmed cases and 31 are probable.
  • Tuesday, June 9

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 649 cases, 77 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 258 cases, 21 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 141 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 95 cases, 24 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 94 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 44 cases, 4 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 17 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 51,251  COVID-19 cases and 1,477 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 48,879 have been confirmed and 2,372 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,373 are from confirmed cases and 104 are from probable cases. A cumulative 5,143 people have been hospitalized; 5,112 are confirmed cases and 31 are probable.
  • Monday, June 8

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 644 cases, 77  hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 255 cases, 21 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 139 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 95 cases, 24 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 94 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 44 cases, 6 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 17 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 50.6% are white, 19.3% are Black, 18.3% were reported as other and 11.8% were not reported. 23.4% were reported as Latino.
        • 47% are men, 52.3% are women and 0.6% were not reported.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 50.6% are Black, 40.3% are white and 9.1% were reported as other. 6.5% were reported as Latino.
        • 46.8% are men and 53.2% are women.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 68.4% are white, 21.1% are Black and 10.5% were reported as other.
        • 52.6% are men and 47.4% are women.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 51,251 COVID-19 cases and 1,477 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 48,879 have been confirmed and 2,372 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,373 are from confirmed cases and 104 are probable. A cumulative 5,143 people have been hospitalized; 5,112 are confirmed cases and 31 are probable.
  • Friday, June 5

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 579 cases, 73 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 214 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 131 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 94 cases, 24 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 85 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 35 cases, 4 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 17 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 48,532  COVID-19 cases and 1,453 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 46,281 have been confirmed and 2,251 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,350 are from confirmed cases and 103 are from probable cases. A cumulative 5,008 people have been hospitalized; 4,978 are confirmed cases and 30 are probable.
  • Thursday, June 4

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 573 cases, 72 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 213 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 131 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 94 cases, 23 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 84 cases, 11 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 34 cases, 4 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 17 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 47,856  COVID-19 cases and 1,445 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 45,620 have been confirmed and 2,236 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,338 are from confirmed cases and 107 are from probable cases. A cumulative 4,957 people have been hospitalized; 4,957 are confirmed cases and 32 are probable.
  • Wednesday, June 3

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 556 cases, 70 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 204 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 128 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 92 cases, 23 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 81 cases, 9 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 34 cases, 4 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 17 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 46,905 COVID-19 cases and 1,428 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 44,715 have been confirmed and 2,190 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,322 are from confirmed cases and 106 are from probable cases. A cumulative 4,884 people have been hospitalized; 4,852 are confirmed cases and 32 are probable.
  • Tuesday, June 2

  • Monday, June 1

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 546 cases, 70 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 199 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 125 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 92 cases, 23 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 79 cases, 9 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 34 cases, 4 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 17 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 50.7% are white, 21.4% are Black, 14.8% were reported as other and 13% were not reported. 17.4% were reported as Latino.
        • 46% are men, 53.8% are women and 0.2% were not reported.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 51.4% are Black, 41.4% are white and 7.1% were reported as other. 1.4% were reported as Latino.
        • 45.7% are men and 54.3% are women.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 68.4% are white, 21.1% are Black and 10.5% were reported as other.
        • 52.6% are men and 47.4% are women.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 45,398 COVID-19 cases and 1,392 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 43,247 have been confirmed and 2,151 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,282 are from confirmed cases and 110 are probable. A cumulative 4,694 people have been hospitalized; 4,660 are confirmed cases and 34 are probable.
  • Friday, May 29

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 498 cases, 69 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 180 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 105 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 90 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 76 cases, 9 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 31 cases, 3 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 16 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 42,533 COVID-19 cases and 1,358 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 40,477 have been confirmed and 2,056 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,258 are from confirmed cases and 100 are from probable cases. A cumulative 4,529 people have been hospitalized; 4,497 are confirmed cases and 32 are probable.
    • In Charlottesville, the COVID-19 pandemic is casting new light on the correlation between housing and health. In the third part of the Determined series, Determined to Stay, Jordy Yager delves into how longstanding racial and economic systems of segregation have denied successful life outcome to generations of Black residents.
    • Gov. Ralph Northam’s mask mandate goes into effect today, requiring face coverings inside public spaces. Billy Jean Louis and Charlotte Rene Woods talked to local merchants and officials about the rule and enforcement.
    • On Grounds, University of Virginia officials are working on a process to reopen on Aug. 25. Billy and Charlotte reported on how final decisions are scheduled for the middle of next month and the thoughts of some in the university’s sphere.
    • Graduate students at UVA are petitioning university officials for extensions to help them fulfill their studies. The pandemic has made key portions of some masters and doctoral student’s work impossible to undertake, Billy reported, and this jeopardizes funding, visa status and more.
    • Also on Grounds, two students are testing a COVID-19 contact-tracing app in conjunction with a Notre Dame student. Additionally, Charlotte reported, a Richmond-based accelerator program is calling for applications, including in the Charlottesville area, for startups with a health focus.
  • Thursday, May 28

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 480 cases, 68 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 170 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 102 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 88 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 76 cases, 9 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 28 cases, 3 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 16 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 41,401 COVID-19 cases and 1,338 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 39,393 have been confirmed and 2,008 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,236 are from confirmed cases and 102 are from probable cases. A cumulative 4,442 people have been hospitalized; 4,410 are confirmed cases and 32 are probable.
  • Wednesday, May 27

  • Tuesday, May 26

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 451 cases, 68 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 161 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 8 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 90 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 3 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 87 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 73 cases, 9 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Greene County, there are 25 cases,32 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 16 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 55% are white, 24.6% are Black, 12.2% were reported as other and 8.2% were not reported. 11.8% were reported as Latino.
        • 44.1% are men, 55.7% are women and 0.2% were not reported.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 52.9% are Black, 39.7% are white and 7.4% were reported as other. 1.5% were reported as Latino.
        • 45.6% are men and 54.4% are women.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 68.4% are white, 21.1% are Black and 10.5% were reported as other.
        • 52.6% are men and 47.4% are women.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 39,342 COVID-19 cases and 1,236 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 37,440 have been confirmed and 1,902 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,175 are from confirmed cases and 61 are probable. A cumulative 4,325 people have been hospitalized; 4,294 are confirmed cases and 31 are probable.
  • Friday, May 22

  • Thursday, May 21

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 394 cases, 68 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 142 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 83 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 72 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 64 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 20 cases, 3 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 13 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 34,137 COVID-19 cases and 1,099 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 32,428 have been confirmed and 1,709 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,064 are from confirmed cases and 35 are probable. A cumulative 4,093 people have been hospitalized; 4,066 are confirmed cases and 27 are probable.
  • Wednesday, May 20

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 390 cases, 67 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 142 cases, 18 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 82 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 72 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 61 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 20 cases, 3 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 13 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 32,908 COVID-19 cases and 1,074 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 31,247 have been confirmed and 1,661 are probable. Of the deaths, 1,040 are from confirmed cases and 34 are probable. A cumulative 3,979 people have been hospitalized; 3,951 are confirmed cases and 28 are probable.
  • Tuesday, May 19

  • Monday, May 18

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 384 cases, 66 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 139 cases, 18 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 82 cases, 22 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 72 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 60 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 19 cases, 2 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 12 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 57% are white, 27.32% are Black, 10.7% were reported as other and 4.9% were not reported.
        • 44.8% are men, 54.9% are women and 0.3% were not reported.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 53% are Black, 39.4% are white and 7.6% were reported as other.
        • 45.5% are men and 54.5% are women.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 61.5% are white, 30.8% are Black and 7.7% were reported as other.
        • 61.5% are men and 38.5% are women.
        • 69.2% are over 80.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 31,140 COVID-19 cases and 1,014 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 29,591 have been confirmed and 1,549 are probable. Of the deaths, 980 are from confirmed cases and 34 are probable. A cumulative 3,822 people have been hospitalized; 3,796 are confirmed cases and 26 are probable.
  • Friday, May 15

  • Thursday, May 14

    • An article in The Atlantic says that Virginia is improperly blending the results of two different types of coronavirus test, harming the integrity of its data.
    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 364 cases, 65 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 130 cases, 18 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 79 cases, 21 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 68 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 59 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 16 cases, 2 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 12 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 27,813 COVID-19 cases and 955 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 26,469 have been confirmed and 1,344 are probable. Of the deaths, 927 are from confirmed cases and 28 are probable. A cumulative 3,592 people have been hospitalized; 3,658 are confirmed cases and 24 are probable. Of the 185,551 people tested, 165,486 are unique people tested.
  • Wednesday, May 13

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 360 cases, 65 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 126 cases, 18 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 79 cases, 21 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 68 cases, 15 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 59 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 16 cases, 2 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 12 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 26,746 COVID-19 cases and 899 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 25,431 have been confirmed and 1,315 are probable. Of the deaths, 899 are from confirmed cases and 28 are probable. A cumulative 3,520 people have been hospitalized; 3,498 are confirmed cases and 22 are probable. Of the 180,084 people tested, 160,077 are unique people tested.
  • Tuesday, May 12

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 351 cases, 62 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 123 cases, 16 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 79 cases, 21 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 68 cases, 14 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 56 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 15 cases, 2 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 10 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 25,070 COVID-19 cases and 850 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 23,889 have been confirmed and 1,181 are probable. Of the deaths, 823 are from confirmed cases and 27 are probable. A cumulative 3,300 people have been hospitalized; 3,278 are confirmed cases and 22 are probable. Of the 167,758 people tested, 149,436 are unique people tested.
    • “Determined: Stories of resilience in a broken ecosystem,” a Facebook grant-funded project by Jordy Yager that Charlottesville Tomorrow is publishing in conjunction with Vinegar Hill Magazine, has launched and casts a spotlight on the local disproportionality of COVID-19’s effects on portions of the area’s African American communities. The first part, Determined to work, looks at unemployment and underemployment.

    • For those whose jobs during the pandemic take them out of their homes, child care remains a complicated issue. Billy Jean Louis spoke to several owners and operators about how the restrictions and safety precautions have sometimes mean reaching into their own pockets to keep their child care centers afloat.

    • Some of the workers who have continued to be employed to a degree during the state’s disruption are in construction. Charlotte Rene Woods has returned with the Development Digest with updates on high-profile buildings in Charlottesville that have had minor setbacks related to COVID-19.

  • Monday, May 11

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 351 cases, 62 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 123 cases, 16 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 79 cases, 21 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 68 cases, 14 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 56 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 15 cases, 2 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 10 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Health District,
        • 57.8% are white, 28.2% are Black, 9.7% were reported as other and 4.3% were not reported.
        • 42.2% are men, 57.5% are women and 0.3% were not reported.
      • Of hospitalizations in the district,
        • 53.2% are Black, 37.1% are white and 9.7% were reported as other.
        • 43.5% are men and 56.5% are women.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 61.5% are white, 30.8% are Black and 7.7% were reported as other.
        • 61.5% are men and 38.5% are women.
        • 69.2% are over 80.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 25,070 COVID-19 cases and 850 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 23,889 have been confirmed and 1,181 are probable. Of the deaths, 823 are from confirmed cases and 27 are probable. A cumulative 3,300 people have been hospitalized; 3,278 are confirmed cases and 22 are probable. Of the 167,758 people tested, 149,436 are unique people tested.
  • Saturday, May 9-Sunday, May 10

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District on Sunday reported 345 cases, 62 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 120 cases, 16 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 79 cases, 21 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 66 cases, 14 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 55 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 15 cases, 2 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 10 cases.
      • At the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail, there were 4 cases in staff members, as of May 8
    • The Virginia Department of Health on Sunday reported at least 24,081 COVID-19 cases and 839 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 22,962 have been confirmed and 1,119 are probable. Of the deaths, 813 are confirmed and 26 are probable. A cumulative 3,211 people have been hospitalized; 3,190 are confirmed cases and 21 are probable. Of the 157,957 people tested, 141,936 are unique people tested.
  • Friday, May 8

  • Thursday, May 7

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 328 cases, 60 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 112 cases, 16 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 78 cases, 20 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 65 cases, 13 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 51 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 13 cases, 2 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 9 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 21,570 COVID-19 cases and 769 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 20,537 have been confirmed and 1,033 are probable. Of the deaths, 745 are confirmed and 24 are probable. A cumulative 2,955 people have been hospitalized; 2,934 are confirmed cases and 21 are probable. Of the 136,558 people tested, 122,119 are unique people tested.
  • Wednesday, May 6

    • As of 12:30 p.m., the Thomas Jefferson Health District and the Virginia Department of Health have not posted new statistics due to technical difficulties overnight.
  • Tuesday, May 5

  • Monday, May 4

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 319 cases, 60 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 110 cases, 16 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 76 cases, 20 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 63 cases, 13 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 49 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 12 cases, 2 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 9 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health reported at least 19,492 COVID-19 cases and 684 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 18,640 have been confirmed and 852 are probable. Of the deaths, 662 are confirmed and 22 are probable. A cumulative 2,700 people have been hospitalized; 2,681 are confirmed cases and 19 are probable. Of the 122,788 people tested, 116,441 are unique people tested.
  • Friday, May 1

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 298 cases, 60 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 103 cases, 16 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 74 cases, 20 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 58 cases, 13 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 45 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 10 cases, 2 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 8 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health on Thursday reported at least 16,901 COVID-19 cases and 581 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 16,109 have been confirmed and 792 are probable. Of the deaths, 572 are confirmed and 9 are probable. A cumulative 2,416 people have been hospitalized, and 105,648 people have been tested. Of the people hospitalized, 2,407 are confirmed cases and 9 are probable.
  • Thursday, April 30

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 293 cases, 59 hospitalizations and 13 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 103 cases, 16 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 73 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 53 cases, 13 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 43 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 10 cases, 2 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 8 cases.
    • The Virginia Department of Health on Thursday reported at least 15,846 COVID-19 cases and 552 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 15,180 have been confirmed and 666 are probable. Of the deaths, 543 are confirmed and 9 are probable. A cumulative 2,322 people have been hospitalized, and 90,843 people have been tested. Of the people hospitalized, 2,313 are confirmed cases and 9 are probable.
  • Wednesday, April 29

     

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District released a new dashboard to keep track of COVID-19 cases. It will be updated daily at 10 a.m. The Health District reported 265 cases, 59 hospitalizations and 12 deaths.
      • In Albemarle County, there were 81 cases, 16 hospitalizations and 4 deaths.
      • In Fluvanna County, there are 73 cases, 19 hospitalizations and 5 deaths.
      • In Charlottesville, there are 52 cases, 13 hospitalizations and 2 deaths.
      • In Louisa County, there are 41 cases and 9 hospitalizations.
      • In Greene County, there are 10 cases, 2 hospitalizations and 1 death.
      • In Nelson County, there are 7 cases.
      • Of the cases in the Heath District,
        • 56.4% are white, 34.1% are Black, 7.2% were reported as other and 2.3% are unknown.
        • 45.1% are men, 54.5% are women and 0.4% were not reported.
      • Of deaths in the district,
        • 58.3% are white and 41.7% are Black.
        • 66.7% are men and 33.3% are women.
        • 66.7% are over 80.
    • The Virginia Department of Health on Wednesday reported at least 14,961 COVID-19 cases and 522 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 14,328 have been confirmed and 633 are probable. Of the deaths, 513 are confirmed and 9 are probable. A cumulative 2,259 people have been hospitalized, and 85,307 people have been tested. Of the people hospitalized, 2,252 are confirmed cases and 7 are probable.
  • Tuesday, April 28

  • Friday, April 24

     

    • On Wednesday, April 22, the Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 253 positive COVID-19 cases, which includes 6 clinically diagnosed cases, and 13 deaths. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Albemarle County is reported to have 80 cases, Fluvanna County is reported to have 78 cases (includes 5 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 44 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 36, Greene County has 8 and Nelson County has 7.
      • 142 of the cases in the Health District are under 59, and 110 are over 60. The age of one person is unknown.
      • 115 cases are men, and 138 are women.
      • Of the cases in the Health District, 80 are Black, 114 are white, 24 were listed as other and 5 are unknown.
      • Of the hospitalizations, 32 are Black, 15 are white and 2 were listed as other.
      • Of the deaths, 3 were Black and 1o were white.
    • On Thursday morning, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 11,594 COVID-19 cases and 410 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 11,169 have been confirmed and 3 are probable. Of the deaths, 407 are confirmed and 3 are probable. A cumulative 1,837 people have been hospitalized, and 69,015 people have been tested. Of the people hospitalized, 1,829 are confirmed and 8 are probable.
    • As COVID-19 rages, the emotions of medical workers can run the gamut in a single shift. In the first of a three-part series, Kate Hidalgo Bellows reported on how the experiences of fighting a pandemic with an uncertain trajectory have affected them emotionally, mentally and physically.
      • In this installment, Kate talked to Dr. Taison Bell, a critical care and infectious disease physician for UVa Health System; Kendall Barger, a medical intensive care unit nurse; and Pam Cipriano, dean of the University of Virginia School of Nursing.
    • University of Virginia Provost Liz Magill recently announced that certain tenure-track faculty will automatically receive an additional probationary year due to the pandemic. Faculty members have indicated that they would like to see that extension apply to professors who aren’t on the tenure track, The Cavalier Daily reported.
    • In a Q&A, Charlottesville Police Chief RaShall Brackney talked about how the department is working in this altered landscape.
    • Kristen Suokko asks that we “don’t forget the local efforts that helped us through” the pandemic.
  • Monday, April 27

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 258 positive COVID-19 cases and also announced a daily dashboard that will launch on Wednesday.
    • On Monday morning, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 13,535 COVID-19 cases and 458 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 13,036 have been confirmed and 499 are probable. Of the deaths, 454 are confirmed and 4 are probable. A cumulative 2,066 people have been hospitalized, and 80,180 people have been tested. Of the people hospitalized, 2,059 are confirmed cases and 7 are probable.
  • Thursday, April 23

    • On Thursday morning, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 10,998 COVID-19 cases and 372 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 10,627 have been confirmed and 371 are probable. Of the deaths, 37o are confirmed and 2 are probable. A cumulative 1,753 people have been hospitalized, and 60,778 people have been tested. Of the people hospitalized, 1,743 are confirmed and 10 are probable.
  • Wednesday, April 22

    • On Wednesday, April 22, the Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 245 positive COVID-19 cases, which includes 6 clinically diagnosed cases, and 12 deaths. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Fluvanna County is reported to have 77 cases, Albemarle County is reported to have 75 cases (includes 5 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 42 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 36, Greene County has 8 and Nelson County has 7.
    • Late Wednesday afternoon, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 10,266 COVID-19 cases and 349 deaths. Of the cases in the state, 9,952 have been confirmed and 314 are probable. Of the deaths, 347 are confirmed and 2 are probable. A cumulative 1,659 people have been hospitalized, and 60,778 people have been tested.Of the people hospitalized, 1,656 are confirmed and 3 are probable.
      • Earlier in the day, Virginia Department of Health has tweeted about an error in its COVID-19 page: “The process which compiles COVID-19 case information overnight experienced an error that caused complete case information to be unavailable this morning. VDH staff are working to resolve the issue, and updated information will be posted as soon as possible.”
  • Tuesday, April 21

     

  • Monday, April 20

    • On Monday, April 20, the Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 222 positive COVID-19 cases, which includes 6 clinically diagnosed cases, and 11 deaths. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Fluvanna County is reported to have 73 cases, Albemarle County is reported to have 64 cases (includes 5 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 41 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 32, Greene County has 7 and Nelson County has 5.
    • On Monday, April 20, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 8,990 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 300 deaths. A cumulative 1,500 people have been hospitalized, and 56,735 people have been tested.
  • Sunday, April 19

     

    • On Sunday, April 19, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 8,537 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 277 deaths. A cumulative 1,422 people have been hospitalized, and 54,733 people have been tested.
    • On Saturday, April 18, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 8,053 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 258 deaths. A cumulative 1,296 people have been hospitalized, and 51,931 people have been tested.
    • Friday evening, the Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 212 positive COVID-19 cases, which includes 6 clinically diagnosed cases, and 8 deaths. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Fluvanna County is reported to have 70 cases, Albemarle County is reported to have 58 cases (includes 5 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 40 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 32, Greene County has 7 and Nelson County has 5.
      • 120 cases are people under 59 and 92 over 60
      • 67 of the cases are in Black people, 111 in white people, 18 in other races and 16 unknown
      • 19 of the people who are hospitalized are Black and 15 are white
      • 99 of the cases are men and 113 are women
      • 2 of the fatalities are Black and 6 are white

     

  • Friday, April 17

  • Thursday, April 16

    • On the morning of Thursday, April 16, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 6,889 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 208 deaths. A cumulative 1,114 people have been hospitalized, and 46,444 people have been tested. The Health Department also noted 35 hospitalizations in the Thomas Jefferson Health District.
  • Wednesday, April 15

  • Tuesday, April 14

  • Monday, April 13

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 185 positive COVID-19 cases, which includes 6 clinically diagnosed cases, and 4 deaths. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Fluvanna County is reported to have 62 cases, Albemarle County has 53 cases (includes 5 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 34 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 27, Nelson County has 5 and Greene County has 4.
    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District tweeted that it will update local numbers from this point forward on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
    • On the morning of Monday, April 13, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 5,747 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 149 deaths. A cumulative 903 people have been hospitalized, and 41,401 people have been tested.
  • Sunday, April 12

  • Friday, April 10

    • During a Friday afternoon news conference, the Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 124 positive COVID-19 cases, which includes 6 clinically diagnosed cases, and 4 deaths. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Albemarle County is reported to have 48 cases (includes 5 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 31 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 21, Fluvanna County has 17, Nelson County has 4 and Greene County has 3.
      • 77 cases are people under 59 and 45 over 60 (there were some people whose ages could not be determined)
      • 40 of the cases are in Black people, 62 in white people, 13 in other races and 9 unknown
      • 17 of the people who are hospitalized are Black and 10 are white
      • Health District Director Dr. Denise Bonds said Black people are over-represented in cases and hospitalizations.
      • 58 of the cases are men and 66 are women
    • Effective Saturday, April 11, Charlottesville Area Transit is reducing its service schedule to ensure the safety of their employees and passengers, while continuing to provide the community with essential trips. More information on this “Lifeline” reduced service schedule, can be found on CAT’s home page. Additionally, the hours of the Downtown Transit Station have been reduced to 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays only.
    • On the morning of Friday, April 10, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 4,509 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 121 deaths. A cumulative 772 people have been hospitalized, and 34,459 people have been tested.
    • Many of the entities stepping in to aid local residents and first responders are nonprofit organizations, and support for them is needed more than ever, Cristine Nardi, Dana Harris and Dan Layman, of the Center for Nonprofit Excellence wrote.
    • As we near the expected peak of COVID-19 cases, local organizations and businesses still are hard at work to supply personal protective equipment and face coverings to medical workers and the public, Billy Jean Louis reported.
    • High school seniors are balancing the loss of the traditional events that wrap up public school careers, the pandemic and their futures, Marie Ungar reported.
    • Our vehicles that have been sitting idle for the most part during the pandemic, and Brian Carlton reported on some minor things that need to be done to ensure they do what we need them to do when we need them again.
  • Wednesday, April 8

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District announced 112 cases of COVID-19 in the area and 4 deaths. This tally includes 6 clinically diagnosed cases, which means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive. The Health District still is working on a new epidemiology tracking system and now says it will have localized statistics on Friday.
    • On the advice of the Rappahannock Rapidan Health District, Shenandoah National Park has been temporarily shut down. Portions of the park recently had been shuttered due to social distancing violations. U.S. routes 211 and 33, which pass through the park, will remain open.
    • On the morning of Wednesday, April 8, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 3,645 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 75 deaths. A cumulative 615 people have been hospitalized, and 30,645 people have been tested.
  • Thursday, April 9

  • Tuesday, April 7

  • Monday, April 6

  • Sunday, April 5

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District on Sunday afternoon reported 95 positive COVID-19 cases, which includes clinically diagnosed cases, and 1 death. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Albemarle County is reported to have 46 cases (includes 5 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 20 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 14, Fluvanna County has 9, Greene County has 4 and Nelson County has 2.
    • On the morning of Sunday, April 5, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 2.637 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 51 deaths. A cumulative 431 people have been hospitalized, and 23,671 people have been tested. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported at least 304,826 cases nationally and 7,616 deaths.
    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District on Saturday afternoon reported 90 positive COVID-19 cases, which includes clinically diagnosed cases. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Albemarle County is reported to have 44 cases (includes 4 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 20 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 14, Fluvanna County has 7, Greene County has 3 and Nelson County has 2.
    • Charlottesville Area Transit is restricting each bus to a 10-passenger capacity.
    • On the morning of Saturday, April 4, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 2.407 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 52 deaths. A cumulative 390 people have been hospitalized, and 21,552 people have been tested. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported at least 277,205 cases nationally and 6,593 deaths.
  • Friday, April 3

  • Thursday, April 2

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District on Thursday afternoon reported 68 positive COVID-19 cases, which includes clinically diagnosed cases and 1 death. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Albemarle County is reported to have 32 cases (includes 4 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 16 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 12, Fluvanna County has 5, Nelson County has 2 and Greene County has 1.
    • On Thursday, April 2, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 1,706 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 41 deaths. A cumulative 246 people have been hospitalized, and 17,589 people have been tested.
    • Dr. Greg Gelburd has released a video that uses a hiking safety analogy in the hopes of hammering home COVID-19 precautions to a younger audience, Kate Hidalgo Bellows writes.
    • Restaurant workers need paid sick time to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and other diseases, Richard Lord writes in this opinion piece.
  • Wednesday, April 1

    • Community members and landlords are seeking solutions for rent payments amid the pandemic, Charlotte Rene Woods writes.
    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District on Wednesday evening reported 63 positive COVID-19 cases, which includes clinically diagnosed cases and 1 death. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Albemarle County is reported to have 28 cases (includes 4 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 16 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 12, Fluvanna County has 4, Nelson County has 2 and Greene County has 1. The Health District no longer is including a clinically diagnosed case outside of the district stemming from a positive case from within the district.
    • In the Thomas Jefferson Health District, 41 of the 63 cases are people who are under age 60. Of the 63, 26 are men and 37 are women. Nineteen people have been hospitalized, and there has been 1 death.
    • On Wednesday, April 1, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 1,484 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 34 deaths. At least 208 people have been hospitalized and 15,344 people have been tested.
    • The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles has announced that it will be closed until April 23. Transactions on its website still are available. Vehicle registrations that expire in March and April have been extended for 60 days from the date of expiration. Driver’s licenses and identification cards that expire between March 15 and May 15 have been extended 60 days from the date of expiration.
  • Tuesday, March 31

  • Monday, March 30

    • Kate Hidalgo Bellows talked to several people in the area about what the court emergency that included a shut-down of evictions means locally.
    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District on Monday reported 54 positive COVID-19 cases and 4 clinically diagnosed cases. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Albemarle County is reported to have 24 cases (includes 2 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 13 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 10, Fluvanna County has 3, Nelson County has 2, Greene County has 1 and there is 1 clinically diagnosed case outside of the Health District stemming from a positive case from within the district.
    • Gov. Ralph Northam issued Executive Order 55, which further tightened restriction in Virginia during the COVID-19 pandemic. The order, which will be in effect at least through June 10, says that Virginians shall remain at home except for a few limited reasons, including getting groceries, seeking medical care and engaging in outdoor activity, given that individuals maintain at least a 6-foot distance from other people.
    • On Monday, March 30, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 1,020 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 25 deaths. At least 136 people have been hospitalized and 12,038 people have been tested. Nationally, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 29, reported 122,653 cases nationwide and 2,112 deaths.
  • Sunday, March 29

    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District on Saturday reported 44 positive COVID-19 cases and 4 clinically diagnosed cases. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Albemarle County is reported to have 21 cases (includes 2 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 11 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 9, Fluvanna County has 3, Nelson County has 2, Greene County has 1 and there is 1 clinically diagnosed case outside of the Health District stemming from a positive case from within the district.
    • On Sunday, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 890 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 22 deaths. At least 112 people have been hospitalized and 10,609 people have been tested.
    • The Thomas Jefferson Health District on Saturday reported 42 positive COVID-19 cases and 4 clinically diagnosed cases. (Clinically diagnosed means people who have not been tested and are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 but have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, like a spouse.) Albemarle County is reported to have 21 cases (includes 2 clinically diagnosed), Charlottesville has 10 (includes 1 clinically diagnosed), Louisa County has 8, Fluvanna County has 3, Nelson County has 2, Greene County has 1 and there is one case clinically diagnosed case outside of the Health District stemming from a positive case from within the district.
    • On Saturday, the Virginia Department of Health reported at least 739 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 17 deaths. At least 99 people have been hospitalized and 9,166 people have been tested.
  • Friday, March 27

    • The city of Charlottesville has closed Pen, McIntire, Tonsler and Washington parks due to violations of gatherings of more than 10 people.
    • At noon, the Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 36 COVID-19 cases and 4 clinically diagnosed cases. Albemarle County has 18, including 2 clinically diagnosed; Charlottesville has 10, including 1 clinically diagnosed; Louisa County has 5 cases; Fluvanna County has 3 cases; Nelson County has 2 cases; Greene County has 1 case; and there is 1 clinically diagnosed case of a person outside of the area with contact to a case in our health district.
    • In numbers released early Friday, the Virginia Department of Health now reports that there are at least 604 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 14 deaths. At least 83 people have been hospitalized, and 7,337 people have been tested. Statistics now will be updated at 9 a.m. instead of noon.
    • The town of Scottsville has launched a COVID-19 page.
    • The Charlottesville Office of Elections and Voter Registration is closed to the public, but the office will be staffed to answer phones and email from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Voters who wish to participate in the June 9 primary may register to vote or submit an absentee ballot online at the Department of Elections website. The city’s registrar’s office recommends that voters request a mailed absentee ballot using reason code 2A on the absentee ballot application. The city voter registrar also will accept applications via regular mail, email at vote@charlottesville.org and fax (434) 970-3249.
    • Like the city of Charlottesville, Albemarle County has passed a continuity of governance ordinance.
  • Thursday, March 26

  • Wednesday, March 25

  • Tuesday, March 24

    • The recreational area around Sugar Hollow Reservoir now is closed, “as visitors trying to access Sugar Hollow Reservoir recreational area have significantly increased in recent days,” according to a news release. Additionally, the Encore Shop at Ivy Materials Utilization Center, the Book Bin at the McIntire Recycling Center and all water and wastewater treatment plants are closed to the public until further notice.
    • The following are closed or canceled, per Charlottesville Parks and Recreation:
      • All indoor recreation centers and pools
      • All playgrounds on park or city school property
      • All outdoor basketball courts, tennis courts and picnic shelters
      • The downtown administration office
      • Park restrooms
      • The Meadowcreek Golf Course
      • The Charlottesville Skate Park
      • All recreation and athletic programs, classes, camps, field trips, rentals and special events are cancelled through April 24
      • The City Market on April 4; the city will reassess the April 11 market and future markets in early April.
    • In Charlottesville, the following are open
      • All outdoor parks and trails
      • Dog parks, but they are limited to only 10 people at a time in the fenced-in area
    • At about 4 p.m., the Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 14 lab confirmed, or presumptive positive, COVID-19 cases and 2 clinically diagnosed cases. The Health District defines clinically diagnosed cases as “individuals who are not tested because they [had] very close contacts to someone who is lab confirmed COVID-19 positive and are experiencing symptoms. Due to their level of exposure and symptoms, the Health Department considers them positive without a COVID-19 lab test. For example, a clinically diagnosed case could be the spouse of a lab confirmed COVID-19 case.” One of the clinical cases lives in Charlottesville, and one of them lives outside of the Health District.
      Charlottesville has 3 confirmed cases, Albemarle County has 6, Louisa County has 3, Nelson County has 1 and Fluvanna County has 1.
    • Starting tomorrow, Gov. Ralph Northam’s COVID-19 briefings will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 2 p.m. instead of daily.
    • Effective immediately, all tennis courts and basketball courts in Albemarle County parks and schoolyards are closed.
    • The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control has announced that its stores will reduce operating hours. Beginning Friday, March 27, stores will be open from noon to 7 p.m. daily.
    • At noon, the Virginia Department of Health updated the number of confirmed cased of COVID-19 in Virginia. There are at least 290 confirmed cases. At least 4,470 people have been tested, 45 people have been hospitalized and officially 7 deaths.
    • Local businesses are having to make tough choices as controls tighten on which businesses can remain open, how they can operate and what operations are available to sustain some cash flow, Charlotte Rene Woods and Kate Hidalgo Bellows reported.
  • Monday, March 23

    • Updated numbers from Thomas Jefferson Health District on Monday evening listed 11 confirmed cases in the region: Albemarle County has 5, Charlottesville has 3, Louisa County has 2 and Fluvanna County has 1.
    • At 3:50 p.m., Gov. Ralph Northam released details about what is now closed or prohibited in Virginia through his executive order.
    • During his 2 p.m. address, Gov. Ralph Northam shuttered all schools in Virginia through the end of the academic year.
    • Effective at midnight, all entertainment and recreation facilities are closed and various establishments — including barbershops, salons and spas — will be closed for at least 30 days. Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control stores, grocery stores, pharmacies and some retail outlets will remain open with sanitation protocols or restrictions on the number of customers inside of building at once.
    • Law enforcement will break up public gatherings of 10 or more people, Northam said.
    • At noon, the Virginia Department of Health updated the number of confirmed cased of COVID-19 in Virginia. There are at least 254 confirmed cases and 3,697 people tested, 38 hospitalizations and 6 deaths.
    • Charlottesville’s Neighborhood Development Services now is closed to the public. Additionally, basketball and tennis courts are closed in the city.  More information on both new closures can be found here.
  • Sunday, March 22

  • Saturday, March 21

  • Friday, March 20

     

    • New City Arts and The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative  have announced the Charlottesville Emergency Relief Fund for Artists. Artists can request up to $300 to compensate for scheduled work that was scheduled and lost due to the COVID-19 epidemic. They are eligible to apply for loss of income regardless of whether the income was from art or other jobs. Artists who apply must live in Charlottesville or Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa or Nelson counties.
    • Charlottesville Area Transit is cutting Sunday service due to low ridership. It now will use Sundays to deep clean its buses. Additionally, all routes now will run form 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
    • The Albemarle County Police Department has announced that one of the COVID-19 cases is an employee of the department. “Going forward, you may see some changes in emergency response. First responders may wear additional personal protective equipment, or may ask you to meet them outside,” the statement from Chief Ron Lantz states.
    • The city of Charlottesville announced that it was closing its playgrounds and canceling its community budget forum and Capital Improvement Program work session next week in an e-mail that also included new information on a range of details concerning facilities and operations and the message that the city has suspended collection actions on overdue taxation and fees. Albemarle County also has closed all playgrounds and pavilions.
    • The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation announced that it has raised $2 million for its Community Emergency Response Fund. Information on disbursement is expected on Monday.
    • Patients at the University of Virginia Medical Center only can have one visitor. Visiting hours are now restricted to 10 a.m. to noon and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
    • At 11 a.m. Friday, March 20,  the Virginia Department of Health’s Thomas Jefferson Health District announced that there are three COVID-19 cases in Charlottesville, three in Albemarle County and one in Fluvanna County.
    • There are at least 114 COVID-19 cases in Virginia, Gov. Ralph Northam announced at 11 a.m. Friday, March 20. Thirty-five cases are pending. Two people have died on the Peninsula, and 196  deaths have been reported in the U.S. Nationally, there are more than 13,000 cases.
    • The case of COVID-19 in Albemarle County is a University of Virginia student living off Grounds
  • Prior to March 20

     

    • The University of Virginia has moved classes online for the remainder of the semester and canceled Final Exercises. President Jim Ryan’s announcement effectively shut down Grounds to all except staff and faculty who need access for critical reasons. The release said that staff compensation and benefits would not be interrupted, and said the situation for contract workers would be explained in a forthcoming announcement. Ryan on Wednesday, March 18, clarified that holding Final Exercises at a later date still is an option.
    • Gov. Ralph Northam announced new measures Tuesday, March 17, “to combat COVID-19 and to support impacted Virginians.” The measures included a new directive targeting restaurants, gyms, and other gathering places to adhere to 10-person at a time limits. The measures also include new support resources available to impacted workers and employers. Read the full announcement here. You can watch Gov. Northam’s briefing here.
    • The City of Charlottesville announced that as of Wednesday, March 18, it will operate with only essential employees reporting to work and, with a few exceptions, City Hall facilities closed to the public, including the closure of offices at the City Hall Annex, Parks & Recreation, and Public Works. In the same release, the City announced that CAT will go fare free and limit access to rear doors of buses to facilitate social distancing. More information is here.
    • The Virginia Department of Health released updated guidance for COVID-19 testing at its state lab, due to a shortage of tests, that limits testing to those who meet specific criteria. 
    • Northam has ordered all DMV locations closed. Licenses that expire during this time will have a 60-day extension.
    • The state will follow the direction of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and discourage meetings of more than 10 people.
    • Northam has asked anyone over the age of 65 to self-quarantine. COVID-19 so far is more severe to the elderly and people battling other medical conditions.
    • Charlottesville Area Transit’s Downtown Transit Station now will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. It will be closed on weekends. CAT still are operating on a normal schedule.
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    • In Charlottesville:
      • The Treasurer’s Office has suspended past due tax and fee collection
      • The deadline for personal property tax supplements that were due April 3 are now due April 17
      • Past due penalty and interest on local taxes has been suspended until May 31. Businesses responsible for remitting meals and lodging tax are encouraged to file timely returns and set up appropriate payment arrangements with the City
    • In Albemarle County, passed an ordinance extending the deadline for elderly and disable persons to apply for the property tax exemptions to May 16.
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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

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