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Virginia

Overview

Total VA Vaccinations Administered

Total
9,606,122
July 26
+13,384

New VA Cases

July 26
+1,883
Trend
Rising

New VA Deaths

July 26
+6
Trend
Rising

Total VA Cases

Confirmed cases
690,183
Deaths
11,506

Tests in VA

Positive-Test Rate
7.1%

County Trends: Cases

Rising
52
Falling
15
Flat
66

Total County Cases

>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0

By County

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More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
CountyCasesNew cases yesterdayDeaths
Fairfax County 78,026 188 1,125
Virginia Beach 37,124 136 420
Henrico 26,378 105 641
Chesapeake 21,660 81 311
Petersburg 4,015 81 89
Prince William 46,263 79 512
Richmond 17,503 67 280
Loudoun 28,441 65 283
Newport News 14,599 51 241
Arlington 15,482 47 258
Spotsylvania 10,395 45 125
Norfolk 18,282 43 274
Roanoke 8,817 38 199
Stafford 11,724 37 83
Hanover 8,464 37 169
Chesterfield 28,664 33 455
Alexandria 12,049 33 141
Portsmouth 9,339 33 205
Radford 2,226 31 22
Roanoke County 8,630 29 148
Hampton 10,927 28 184
Pulaski 2,783 24 69
Frederick 8,285 23 104
York 3,896 23 59
Giles 1,361 23 23
Bedford 6,802 21 110
Wythe 2,776 20 81
Gloucester 2,347 17 52
New Kent 1,564 17 19
Suffolk 8,136 16 192
Isle of Wight 3,240 16 70
Lynchburg 7,582 15 147
Augusta 6,000 14 80
Prince George 3,721 14 33
James City 4,758 12 72
Bristol 1,613 12 36
Washington 5,106 11 112
Campbell 5,065 11 103
Charlottesville 4,090 11 58
Accomack 2,900 11 46
Hopewell 2,746 11 79
Orange 2,265 11 39
Dinwiddie 2,202 11 46
Rockingham 6,993 10 113
Shenandoah 4,353 10 134
Botetourt 2,694 10 38
Albemarle 5,904 8 85
Fauquier 4,857 8 69
Culpeper 4,771 8 67
Manassas 4,336 8 48
Staunton 2,559 8 70
Waynesboro 2,472 8 38
Salem 2,263 8 50
Page 2,167 8 60
Wise 3,318 7 105
Lee 2,457 7 48
Warren 3,169 6 61
Winchester 2,962 6 48
Goochland 1,498 6 23
Greene 1,353 6 21
Harrisonburg 6,555 5 94
Danville 4,532 5 144
Franklin County 4,158 5 83
Amherst 3,027 5 40
Carroll 2,746 5 79
Prince Edward 2,193 5 36
Buckingham 2,155 5 31
Louisa 2,079 5 34
Appomattox 1,640 5 26
Clarke 996 5 21
Poquoson 917 5 18
Norton 299 5 7
Pittsylvania 5,727 4 85
Tazewell 3,783 4 75
Fredericksburg 2,189 4 25
Nottoway 1,970 4 51
Fluvanna 1,946 4 21
King George 1,752 4 20
King William 1,284 4 15
Franklin 1,147 4 33
Essex 793 4 11
Williamsburg 782 4 14
Northumberland 763 4 20
Henry 4,713 3 124
Patrick 1,428 3 45
Richmond County 1,340 3 12
Amelia 950 3 36
Madison 625 3 14
Fairfax 568 3 19
Smyth 3,005 2 96
Halifax 2,860 2 78
Russell 2,328 2 40
Southampton 2,006 2 57
Alleghany 1,404 2 50
Westmoreland 1,319 2 27
Dickenson 1,012 2 18
Lancaster 727 2 18
Middlesex 592 2 22
Charles City 524 2 16
Rappahannock 361 2 2
Bath 278 2 11
Caroline 2,736 1 40
Mecklenburg 2,396 1 68
Scott 1,898 1 60
Rockbridge 1,586 1 48
Buchanan 1,569 1 45
Manassas Park 1,229 1 11
Floyd 891 1 22
Charlotte 889 1 21
Emporia 680 1 42
Covington 620 1 14
Cumberland 525 1 10
Surry 424 1 9
Highland 112 1 1
Powhatan 1,966 0 17
Martinsville 1,634 0 79
Greensville 1,588 0 26
Grayson 1,536 0 39
Brunswick 1,350 0 25
Sussex 1,215 0 23
Lexington 1,207 0 33
Galax 1,171 0 53
Buena Vista 937 0 22
Lunenburg 799 0 15
Bland 694 0 10
Mathews 607 0 14
Falls Church 430 0 8
King and Queen 418 0 7
Colonial Heights 1,772 -1 60
Northampton 807 -1 36
Craig 336 -1 6
Nelson 885 -2 13
Montgomery 9,431 -34 88

Coronavirus News

  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE, The COVID Tracking Project, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.