Virginia sees 1,644 new coronavirus cases Thursday, 9,843 new cases in the last week

There are now 18,905 deaths from the coronavirus in Virginia

(WSLS 10)

As of Thursday, Virginia is reporting 1,644,694 cases of the coronavirus across the Commonwealth since March 2020.

Across Virginia, 80.9% of the population is vaccinated with at least one dose, while 72.1% of all Virginians are fully vaccinated, according to VDH.

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In the last seven days, Virginia has averaged 1,406 newly reported cases a day. In the prior seven-day period, Virginia averaged 2,145 newly reported cases a day.

The past week’s average daily newly reported cases are 34.43% lower than the previous seven-day period.

Here’s a breakdown of the 1,644 new cases reported on Thursday. Don’t see your locality listed? Use the search bar and type in the name of any city or county.

While you may see a dramatic rise in cases in Roanoke County at 486, the City of Salem reported a decrease of 390 cases and the city of Roanoke reported 61 fewer cases, so the net total is just 35 new cases for the three localities.

(The daily breakdown of cases by locality and vaccine numbers are not available until noon, Monday through Friday.)

According to the health department, decreases in cases can be attributed to a person getting tested in a different locality than where they live or the automation process for electronically reported lab results may attach the wrong jurisdiction for a particular zip code.

The graphic below provides a look at hospital bed occupancy across the region.

Below is a map from VDH as to where cases have been reported (Scroll within the embedded widget on a mobile device to see all the information):

Below are the latest statewide vaccination numbers from VDH (Scroll within the embedded widget on a mobile device to see all the information):

Clarification:

A previous version of this story incorrectly combined two days worth of data into one