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June 2, 2021

186 new COVID-19 cases, 12 more deaths in Virginia

Wednesday morning COVID-19 update from the Virginia Department of Health.
Getting The Vaccine
Everyone 12 and older qualifies for vaccination.

Visit the Virginia Department of Health website

On the website, complete the appropriate survey to sign up for the vaccine.

The health department also has a hotline: 877-829-4682.

Fauquier County has a call center to help at 540-422-0111.

The number of people who want the vaccine far outnumbers the supply. It will require patience.

Fauquier Health vaccination information
Wednesday morning COVID-19 update from the Virginia Department of Health:

• 8,230,004 doses of vaccine administered statewide, including 65,356 to Fauquier residents — up 378 in a day.

The state has averaged 33,079 doses administered per day over the last week. So far, 55 percent of Virginians — and 52 percent of Fauquier residents — have received at least one dose.

• 3,808,074 Virginians fully vaccinated, including 30,682 in Fauquier — up 124.

So far, 43.1 percent of Fauquier residents have completed their vaccinations, compared with 44.6 percent statewide.

4,745 total cases in Fauquier since the pandemic began — down 2 from Tuesday morning’s report.

Fauquier public schools have 1 active case among students and none among staff members as Wednesday morning. The school system had 19 students and no staff members in quarantine as of Thursday, May 27.

675,783 Virginia cases — up 186 since Tuesday.

The total includes 525,896 confirmed and 149,887 “probable” infections.

11,206 deaths statewide — up 12 from Tuesday.

Of the total fatalities, the health department classifies COVID-19 as the confirmed cause in 9,457 and “probable” in 1,749.

7,442,971 PCR diagnostic tests statewide — up 8,339 from Tuesday. Over the past seven days, 2.6 percent of those tests were positive, down slightly.

Statewide hospitalizations for COVID-19 over the course of the pandemic totaled 29,815 as of Wednesday, up 40 since Tuesday.

But, the health department notes that its hospitalization figure — based on status at the time each case gets investigated — “underrepresents” the actual total.

Since the pandemic began, 56,765 “confirmed COVID-19 patients have been hospitalized and discharged,” according to the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association.

State hospitals housed 476 infected patients Wednesday — up 40 from Tuesday.

That puts total Virginia hospitalizations during the pandemic at 57,241.

Hospitalizations peaked at 3,549 patients Wednesday, Jan. 13, according to the association.

Healthcare providers and laboratories report statistics to the state as of 5 p.m. each day. The health department updates its report the following morning.

Two hundred and one infected Fauquier patients have been hospitalized (up 1) and 70 have died since the pandemic started.

In the Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District, which includes Fauquier:

• 4,683 cases (down 2), 195 hospitalizations (up 1) and 65 deaths in Culpeper.

• 2,229 infections (up 2), 88 hospitalizations and 39 deaths (up 1) in Orange.

• 595 infections (unchanged), 20 hospitalizations and 16 deaths in Madison.

• 344 cases (up 1), 16 hospitalizations and 2 deaths in Rappahannock.

The district has 192 COVID-19 deaths, and 520 infected patients have been hospitalized during the pandemic.

The health department reported 123,687 PCR tests in the district so far — up 129 since Tuesday morning’s report. Over the last seven days, 3.2 percent of tests conducted in the five-county district were positive, up slightly.


Cases elsewhere in Virginia:

• 77,010 in Fairfax County — up 6 since Tuesday.

Prince William County, 45,438 — up 16.

Virginia Beach, 36,193 — up 3.

Chesterfield County, 28,092 — up 5.

Loudoun County, 27,940 — up 17.

Henrico County, 25,541 — up 6.

City of Chesapeake, 21,107 — up 5.

City of Norfolk, 17,895 — up 2.

City of Richmond, 17,099 — up 11.

Arlington County, 15,291 — down 1.

City of Newport News, 14,221 — up 1.

City of Alexandria, 11,837 — down 1.

Stafford County, 11,428 — up 11. .

City of Hampton, 10,653 — up 9.

Spotsylvania County, 10,141 — up 4.

City of Portsmouth, 9,135 — up 4.

City of Roanoke, 8,510 — up 2.


Nationwide as of Wednesday:

33,290,961 cases — up 26,311 from Tuesday morning.

• 595,422 deaths ¬— up 854.

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