See the Numbers
COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboards
The dashboards below provide an overview of the current COVID-19 activity in Virginia.
Dashboards are updated by noon on Tuesdays.
COVID-19 Incidence Indicators (past 6 months)
Emergency Department Visits
The weekly percent of emergency department visits for diagnosed COVID-19 can be used as a timely measure of disease burden.
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COVID-19 Severity Indicator (past 6 months)
COVID-19: Associated Hospital Admissions
COVID-19 hospital admissions indicate the severity of disease in the community and the impact on the health care system.
COVID-19: Associated Deaths
Trends in reported deaths help us to understand the severity of COVID-19 and its impact on the community. Death data is subject to delays. Learn more from the How does VDH Count COVID-19 Associated Deaths? blog post.
COVID-19 in Virginia (past 6 months)
Case Data Demographics
Demographic data is an important indicator used to understand what populations are being impacted by COVID-19 and can help determine additional support that might be needed.
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Hospital Beds In Use
This measure looks at the average number of inpatient beds in use for COVID-19 for a given week. This can help determine how COVID-19 is impacting total hospital capacity.
Vaccination (all time reporting)
Being up to date with the COVID-19 vaccine is the best way to protect people from serious illness, hospitalization and death from COVID-19. The total doses administered represents the total doses administered to individuals in Virginia. Monitoring data on the percent of Virginians who have been vaccinated provides information on statewide COVID-19 immunity. ^ Primary series includes persons who received one dose of a single-dose vaccine or two doses with proper intervals of either a mRNA or a protein-based series. When the vaccine manufacturer is not reported, the recipient is considered to have completed their primary series with two doses for vaccines administered through April 18, 2023. As of April 19, 2023 primary series also includes persons 5 and older who have received one dose of a bivalent mRNA vaccine or persons 6 months to 4 years old who have received one to three doses of a bivalent mRNA vaccine with proper intervals depending on their previous vaccination history. Up to date includes persons who have received all recommended doses of COVID-19 vaccine per the current CDC definition.
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