Virginia Nov. 25 COVID-19 Update: 1,781 new cases, 19 new deaths; stats generally stable – Community News
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Virginia Nov. 25 COVID-19 Update: 1,781 new cases, 19 new deaths; stats generally stable

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) — Virginia reported 1,781 new coronavirus cases and 19 new deaths on Thanksgiving, as statistics remain broadly stable.

Hospital admissions have increased by about 72 patients since dropping to 809 patients earlier this month, but overall the average remained around 850 patients.

The vast majority of hospital admissions and deaths stay with unvaccinated people. Vaccines not only help prevent serious complications, but they also significantly help prevent infection and can reduce the spread of the virus. You can make an appointment to get vaccinated for the first time or get your booster to continue to the Virginia Department of Health’s Vaccine Portal (holiday hours affecting vaccine clinics). Boosters are now available for all adults and vaccines are available for children five years and older.

More than 6 million injections have been administered in Virginia and 87.7% of adults have at least one dose.

State Statistics

  • New cases (+1.781, 962,472 total), 1,539 per day and slightly increasing
  • Deaths (+19, 14,616 total), 21 per day and still declining in total
  • Current hospital admissions (+18 patients, 881 total currently), stable overall but up slightly lately
  • Test positivity: 5.9%, slightly rising
  • Vaccine Doses Administered: 12,588,773
  • Percentage of the population with at least one dose: 74% (6,316,359)
  • Percentage of adults (18+) on at least one dose: 87.7%
  • Percentage of population fully vaccinated: 64.6% (5,508,146)
  • Percentage of adults fully vaccinated: 76.8%
  • Individuals vaccinated with booster/third dose: 1,179,722

For more vaccine data, Click here.


local cases

  • Accomack: 4,203 cases, 325 hospitalized, 80 deaths (+4 cases, +2 hospitalized)
  • Chesapeake: 29,623 cases, 1,329 hospitalized, 370 deaths (+47 cases, +4 hospitalized, +1 death)
  • Franklin: 1,674 cases, 78 hospitalized, 44 deaths (+1 case)
  • Gloucester: 3,995 cases, 92 hospitalizations, 80 deaths (+9 cases)
  • Hampton: 15,438 cases, 705 hospitalized, 248 deaths (+22 cases, +2 hospitalized)
  • Isle of Wight: 4,602 cases, 230 hospitalizations, 91 deaths (+4 cases)
  • James City County: 7,352 cases, 258 hospitalized, 97 deaths (+16 cases, +1 hospitalized)
  • Mathews: 914 cases, 28 hospitalized, 24 deaths (+1 case)
  • Newport News: 21,110 cases, 799 hospitalized, 305 dead (+28 cases, +3 hospitalized)
  • Norfolk: 25,005 cases, 1,387 hospitalized, 357 deaths (+18 cases, -49 hospitalized)
  • Northampton: 1,178 cases, 104 hospitalized, 46 deaths (+2 cases)
  • Poquoson: 1,369 cases, 38 hospitalized, 22 deaths (+1 case, +1 hospitalized)
  • Portsmouth: 12,984 cases, 932 hospitalized, 249 deaths (+8 cases, +4 hospitalized)
  • Southampton: 2,434 cases, 85 hospitalized, 68 deaths (-3 cases, -2 hospitalized)
  • Suffolk: 11,209 cases, 709 hospitalized, 246 deaths (+11 cases)
  • Virginia Beach: 51,173 cases, 2,648 hospitalizations, 571 deaths (+68 cases, +6 hospitalizations, +1 death)
  • Williamsburg: 1,206 cases, 39 hospitalized, 13 deaths (+1 case, +1 hospitalized)
  • York: 5,676 cases, 134 hospitalized, 83 deaths (+11 cases)


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