RICHMOND — The Virginia Department of Health reported Monday that the statewide total for COVID-19 cases is 86,072 — an increase of 3,708 from the 82,364 reported Friday.
The 86,072 cases consist of 82,871 confirmed cases and 3,111 probable cases. There are 2,082 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia. That’s an increase of 28 from the 2,054 reported Friday.
On Monday, the Thomas Jefferson Health District reported a total of 1,648 cases across the region it spans. This is a 48-case increase from Sunday's numbers, which hit the 1,600 mark.
There have been 133 hospitalizations reported, along with 30 fatalities.
Albemarle County has the most cases out of any locality in the TJHD; to date, 718 cases have been reported. Albemarle has also reported 51 hospitalizations and ten fatalities.
Nelson County has the least cases out of the localities, with 33 reported cases and zero reported fatalities or hospitalizations.
The city of Charlottesville has 433 reported cases; both Louisa and Fluvanna Counties each have 165 reported cases and Greene County has 134 reported cases.
Out of the region's 1,648 cases, 1,037 have been reported in people between the ages of 20-59. Out of those cases, 588 have been reported in people in their 20s and 30s.
There have been 415 cases reported in people between the ages of 60-80+, while 194 cases have been reported in young people between the ages of 0-19.
The majority of the region's hospitalizations (44.4%) have been detected in people between the ages of 60-69 and people 80 and older.
Some hospitalizations have been reported in younger populations: five in people between the ages of 0-29; 11 in people between the ages of 30-39; 18 in people between the ages of 40-49 and 16 in people between the ages of 50-59. 24 hospitalizations have been reported in people between the ages of 70-79.
Most of the region's fatalities have been reported in people older than 80. No fatalities have been reported in people younger than 50.
The VDH defines probable COVID-19 cases as people who are symptomatic with a known exposure to COVID-19, but whose cases have not been confirmed with a positive test.
As the overall number of positive COVID-19 test results in Virginia grows, data from the VDH coronavirus dashboard shows the percentage of positive results from testing is down. The seven-day average for percentage of positive test results was at 7.5% as of July 20, which is the most recent figure provided by the VDH. That’s down from a peak of 20.8% on April 21.
Locally, the seven-day positivity rate for all PCR testing encounters is at 7.4%. A total of 32,313 testing encounters have been reported across the health district.
When combined with the region's antibody testing efforts, 35,684 testing encounters have been performed, with a seven-day positivity rate of 7.6%. This figure is from lab reports dated through July 23.
Statewide, there have been over one million PCR testing encounters performed.
Nineteen outbreaks have been reported in the health district, with 322 outbreak-related cases.
Eight outbreaks have been reported in long-term care facilities, seven in congregate settings and two each in correctional facilities and educational settings.
There have been 127 cases reported in the region's healthcare workers.
Statewide, there have been 616 reported outbreaks. 13,852 cases are outbreak-associated, while 4,992 cases have been reported in healthcare workers across Virginia.
State health officials have said there’s a lag in the reporting of statewide numbers on the VDH website. Figures on the website might not include cases or deaths reported by localities or local health districts.
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