COVID-19 in Virginia

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See the Numbers

Tracking COVID-19 in Virginia

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Latest COVID-19 case, testing, and vaccine data for Virginia.

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More in-depth analyses on COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Symptoms

Are you feeling sick?

People with COVID-19 might not have any symptoms. If they do, their symptoms can range from mild to severe. Not everyone with COVID-19 will have all these symptoms. Symptoms typically appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus.

If you have symptoms or signs of COVID-19, look for a free COVID-19 test near you

Important Information About COVID-19

Looking for a vaccination site?

Go to Vaccinate Virginia to find out where to schedule an appointment near you.

Protect Your Health

Are you protected against COVID-19?

There is no single step or strategy that can stop the spread of COVID-19. Instead, we need to follow multiple strategies--all at the same time--to stop the spread.

Your layers of prevention

COVID-19 Vaccinations

Everyone in Virginia age 6 months or older is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine!

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Wearing masks is an important tool to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

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Physical Distancing

Physical distancing is a way to slow the spread of COVID-19 by reducing close contact between people.

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Hand Washing

Washing your hands often will help to keep your family safe from COVID-19, and also other illnesses like the cold and flu.

Your layers of containment

Know Your COVID-19 Status

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COVID-19 Testing

No matter your vaccination status, consider a COVID-19 test if you're feeling sick or have symptoms of COVID-19. A quick test can give you results so you can know if you’re carrying the virus.

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Contact Tracing

Contact tracing is an important part of how Virginia can stop the spread of COVID-19. Contact tracing and case investigations are important because it helps VDH to:

  • Provide guidance and education about how to keep yourself and others safe
  • Inform public health actions
  • Understand communities hit hard by COVID-19
  • Track the progress of the outbreak in Virginia
  • Connect people with resources they may need
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Isolation and Quarantine

Guidance and Resources

Prevention in our Community, Businesses and Schools

Get Involved

Interested in volunteering?

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Virginia Medical Reserve Corps

Please consider joining our Virginia Medical Reserve Corps COVID-19 response team.  If you are passionate about your community’s health, we have a service opportunity for you.
Learn more about joining Virginia Medical Reserve Corps COVID-19 response team.

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Community Ambassadors

As an Ambassador, you'll help share COVID-19 updates and materials from top experts and sources. We need people like you who can spare a few minutes each week to help keep Virginians safe.
Become an Ambassador today


Now Hiring Covid-19 Positions

Open Positions

The Virginia Department of Health is recruiting contractors for opportunities to support COVID-19 response efforts:

How to Apply

If you are interested in these positions, please contact one of the staffing agencies and let them know you are applying for a COVID-19 position through the Virginia Department of Health.

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