9,295 new cases reported this week; 63.6% of Virginians are now fully vaccinated as of Nov. 12 – Community News
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9,295 new cases reported this week; 63.6% of Virginians are now fully vaccinated as of Nov. 12

RICHMOND, Va. — In an effort to provide accurate, easy-to-read information about the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing vaccination efforts, WTVR.com will update this post weekly with statistics from the Virginia Department of Health.

COVID-19 IN VIRGINIA (Scroll down for US stats)

Positive COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic: 942,837 (+9,295 from last Friday)
People hospitalized since the start of the pandemic: 39.407 (+310 from last Friday)
COVID-19 related deaths since the start of the pandemic: 14,321 (+196 from last Friday)

Total number of tests: 14,216,468 (+210,285 from last Friday)
All Health Districts Current 7-Day Positivity Rate Total: 6.0% (No change from 6.0% last Friday)

People who have been vaccinated with at least one dose: 6.111.727 (+92.160 from last Sunday)
% of population on at least one dose: 71.6% (Up to 70.5% last Sunday)
% of population 18+ on at least one dose: 85.0% (Up to 83.7% last Sunday)
People fully vaccinated: 5,429,271 (+27,498 from last Sunday)
% of population fully vaccinated: 63.6% (increase of 63.3% compared to last Sunday)
% of population 18+ fully vaccinated: 75.6% (Up to 75.2% last Sunday)

**Scroll down for a weekly comparison of COVID cases**

Click here for a full city/province breakdown of COVID-19 cases in Virginia

NOTE: This update data is provided by the Virginia Department of Health at 10 a.m. daily. Officials said their data limit was 5pm the previous day. (Case/test data is now available Monday through Friday, while vaccination data is updated seven days a week.) View the latest charts and updated figures from VDH here.

Vaccinated Children at Richmond Raceway

WTVR

These children were vaccinated at Richmond Raceway on Wednesday 19 May 2021.

VACCINATE VIRGINIA: Virginians 5 years and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Register for the COVID-19 vaccine on the Vaccinate Virginia website or call 877-VAX-IN-VA (877-275-8343). You can also search for specific vaccines and which ones are available in your area from the Vaccine Finder website.

USE OF VACCINE FOOD

FULL COVERAGE: COVID-19 headlines (App users, click here for a full list.)

  • Coronavirus

    58,000 Va. children aged 5-11 have received the first COVID jab

    Melissa Hipolit

    15:29, 12 Nov. 2021

  • Coronavirus

    Va. is one of the most fully vaccinated places in the US

    WTVR CBS 6 Webstaff

    2:52 p.m., 12 Nov. 2021

  • Coronavirus

    550+ COVID-19 patients discharged last week

    WTVR CBS 6 Webstaff

    13:40, 11 Nov. 2021

  • Coronavirus

    COVID-19 in Virginia: More than 8,700 new cases reported last week

    WTVR CBS 6 Webstaff

    13:40, 11 Nov. 2021

  • Coronavirus

    2M COVID home tests recalled due to possible false positives

    Kyle Hicks

    12:53 PM, Nov 11 2021

  • Coronavirus

    Judge ends Texas ban on mask mandates in schools

    The Associated Press & Scripps National

    10:36 a.m., 11 Nov. 2021

  • National news

    Vaccinated Vikings player hospitalized due to COVID-19

    Scripps National

    16:12, 10 Nov. 2021

  • Coronavirus

    White House: 900K children have received a COVID-19 injection

    The Associated Press & Scripps National

    13:03, 10 Nov. 2021

  • National news

    Moderna, US government at odds over COVID-19 vaccine patent

    Scripps National

    23:48, 09 Nov. 2021

  • Local news

    Stoney: RPS reversal on vaccine discipline a ‘serious misstep’

    Jake Burns

    18:04, 09 Nov. 2021

  • Coronavirus

    COVID-19 vaccine incentives offered to children

    Scripps National

    16:29, 09 Nov. 2021

  • Coronavirus

    COVID-19 cases in Henrico schools continue to decline steadily

    Henrico Citizen

    3.35 pm, 09 Nov. 2021

  • Coronavirus

    Pfizer asks FDA to approve its COVID booster for all adults

    Kyle Hicks

    3:21 p.m., 09 Nov. 2021

  • entertainment

    Rademacher leaves ‘general hospital’ due to vaccine mandate

    Alex Hider

    2:27 p.m., 09 Nov. 2021

  • Sport

    Doctor Calls On Rodgers For Spreading Misinformation

    TMJ4 Staff

    12:53 PM, Nov 09 2021

  • Coronavirus

    Misinformation about COVID-19 ‘ubiquitous’, research shows

    Alex Hider

    12:01, 09 Nov. 2021

  • Local news

    Richmond schools renege on vaccine mandate discipline

    Matthew Fultz

    05:58, 09 Nov. 2021

  • Local news

    Tests show pandemic played key role in academic decline

    Tracy Sears

    22:57, 08 Nov. 2021

  • Coronavirus

    Big Bird’s COVID-19 vaccination met backlash from GOP

    Kyle Hicks

    11:05, 08 Nov. 2021

  • Coronavirus

    US lifts pandemic travel ban, opens doors to visitors

    The Associated Press & Scripps National

    04:16, 08 Nov. 2021

  • Coronavirus

    Court of appeal suspends vaccine mandate for larger companies

    The Associated Press & Scripps National

    17:13, 06 Nov. 2021

  • Local news

    Pediatrician assuages ​​parents’ concerns about COVID vaccine

    Shannon Lilly

    22:56, 05 Nov. 2021

  • Sport

    Aaron Rodgers Says He’s Using Ivermectin To Treat COVID-19

    TMJ4 Staff

    2:52 p.m., 05 Nov. 2021

  • Coronavirus

    Henrico Schools organizes COVID vaccination clinic for children

    Scott Wise

    10:16 am, 05 November 2021

Tracking COVID IN VIRGINIA: WEEK-BY WEEK COMPARISON

Week of November 6-12
Positive COVID-19 cases: +9.295
People admitted to hospital: +310
COVID-19 related deaths: +196

Week of Oct. 30 – Nov. 5
Positive COVID-19 cases: +8.771
People admitted to hospital: +380
COVID-19 related deaths: +218

Week of 23-29 Oct.
Positive COVID-19 cases: +10.016
People admitted to hospital: +448
COVID-19 related deaths: +239

Week of October 16-22
Positive COVID-19 cases: +11.817
People admitted to hospital: +502
COVID-19 related deaths: +277

Week of October 9-15
Positive COVID-19 cases: +14.779
People admitted to hospital: +503
COVID-19 related deaths: +316

Week of Oct 4-8
Positive COVID-19 cases: +18.831
People admitted to hospital: +553
COVID-19 related deaths: +269

Week of Sept 27. – Oct. 1
Positive COVID-19 cases: +19,463
People admitted to hospital: +579
COVID-19 related deaths: +295

Week of Sept 20-24.
Positive COVID-19 cases: +22,668
People admitted to hospital: +718
COVID-19 related deaths: +269

Week of September 13-17
Positive COVID-19 cases: +25.370
People admitted to hospital: +718
COVID-19 related deaths: +233

Week of Sept 6-10.
Positive COVID-19 cases: +23.660
People admitted to hospital: +670
COVID-19 related deaths: +137

Week of Aug 30 – Sept 3

Positive COVID-19 cases: +23.515
People admitted to hospital: +682
COVID-19 related deaths: +130

Week of Aug 23-27

Positive COVID-19 cases: +20,573
People admitted to hospital: +674
COVID-19 related deaths: +122

Week of 16-20 Aug.

Positive COVID-19 cases: +16.253
People admitted to hospital: +577
COVID-19 related deaths: +48

Week of 9-13 Aug.

Positive COVID-19 case: +13,162
People admitted to hospital: +465
Deaths related to COVID-19: +41

Week of 2-6 Aug

Positive COVID-19 cases: +10.280
People admitted to hospital: +292
COVID-19 related deaths: +26

Week of July 26-30

Positive COVID-19 Casesc: +6,084
People admitted to hospital: +269
COVID-19 related deaths: +32

Week of July 19-23

Positive COVID-19 cases: +3.801
People admitted to hospital: +131
COVID-19 related deaths: +23

Week of July 12-16

Positive COVID-19 cases: +1.826
People admitted to hospital: +145
COVID-19 related deaths: +27

Week of July 5-9

Positive COVID-19 cases: +1.601
Hospitalized people: +158
COVID-19 related deaths: +23

Week of June 28 – July 2

Positive COVID-19 cases: +1,243
People admitted to hospital: +268
COVID-19 related deaths: +30

Week of June 21-25

Positive COVID-19 cases: +1.180
People admitted to hospital: +48
COVID-19 related deaths: +46

Week of June 14-18

Positive COVID-19 cases: +905
People admitted to hospital: +148
Deaths related to COVID-19: +44

Week of June 7-11

Positive COVID-19 cases: +1.003
People admitted to hospital : +211
COVID-19 related deaths: +71