93 confirmed, pending coronavirus hospitalizations across Roanoke, Lynchburg, New River Valley and Southside regions

5 more people in the ICU compared to last week

Along with coronavirus cases rising comes the fear of hospitals reaching capacity for patients.

ROANOKE, Va. – For the week of March 11, local hospitals are reporting 90 confirmed in-patient coronavirus cases with 25 of those cases in intensive care.

That’s five more people in the ICU compared to last week.

Three people are hospitalized with COVID-19 symptoms and awaiting test results.

With 51 fewer hospitalizations, this is the seventh-straight week the region has seen a decrease in the number of hospitalizations.

Carilion, Centra, LewisGale, Sovah and the VA have teamed up to send out weekly reports on COVID-19 hospitalizations in the Near Southwest region.

That region, as defined by VDH, includes Alleghany County, Amherst County, Appomattox County, Bedford County, Botetourt County, Campbell County, Covington, Craig County, Danville, Floyd County, Franklin County, Giles County, Henry County, Lynchburg, Martinsville, Montgomery County, Patrick County, Pittsylvania County, Pulaski County, Radford, Roanoke County, Roanoke and Salem.

Below is a week-by-week breakdown of hospitalized patients in that region:

DateHospitalized Confirmed COVID-19 PatientsICU PatientsPatients on VentilatorPatients Under Investigation (Awaiting Results)Total (Confirmed+PUIs)Change in Total from Previous Week
10/28/2020200502746246-------------
11/04/2020186402232218-28
11/11/2020203381835238+20
11/18/2020208362226234-4
11/25/2020234492429263+29
12/02/2020280613027307+44
12/09/2020285672434319+12
12/16/2020305673738343+24
12/23/2020363834428391+48
12/30/2020381754321402+11
01/06/2021420875833453+51
01/13/2021450965530480+27
01/20/2021432915731463-17
01/27/2021345855439384-79
02/03/2021328795127355-29
02/10/2021272634333305-50
02/17/2021248674319267-38
02/21/2021200503121221-46
03/03/2021187432918205-16
03/10/2021162301419181-24
03/17/202113725157144-37
03/24/202111632170116-28
03/31/202112038183123+7
04/07/202113032164134+11
04/14/202112433157131-3
04/21/202114336811154+23
04/28/2021107331812119-35
05/05/2021119421920139+20
05/12/202198332020118-21
05/19/20217935151897-21
05/26/2021692682190-7
06/02/20216116101273-17
08/06/202111328-15128+50
08/13/202117850-13191+63
08/20/202118274-12194+3
08/27/202124081-20260+66
09/03/202129788-24321+61
09/10/202132698-44370+49
09/17/2021353102-24377+7
09/24/2021377112-28405+28
10/01/2021343109-28371-34
10/08/202130393-2305-66
10/15/202128097-4284-21
10/22/202123171-9240-44
10/29/202119565-4199-41
11/05/202116553-1166-33
11/12/202116347-1164-2
11/19/202116147-6167+3
11/26/202117666-4180+13
12/03/202120462-3207+27
12/10/202124360-3246+39
12/17/202127482-2276+30
12/23/202128392-4287+9
12/31/2021348101-6354+67
01/07/2022404104-5409+55
01/14/2022499117-5504+95
01/21/2022535109-9544+40
01/28/2022517110-9526-18
02/04/202245396-6459-67
02/11/202235379-10363-96
02/18/202228262-6288-75
02/25/202218944-6195-93
03/04/202214320-1144-51
03/11/20229025-393-51

About the Authors:

Samantha Smith joined WSLS 10’s award-winning digital team as a content producer in July 2018.