U.S. health officials said Friday evening that they were lifting an 11-day pause on Johnson and Johnson vaccinations. See vaccinations trends across the state, country.
COVID-19 hospitalizations among older Americans have plunged more than 70% since the start of the year, and deaths among them appear to have tumbled as well.
The latest fatality brings the toll to 211 in the Pittsylvania-Danville Health District.
After the pandemic is over, public health officials across the U.S. fear they’ll be back to scraping together money to provide basic services to their communities. Get today's virus news.
Virginia is administering vaccines at record levels, more than tripling the daily average of shots given three months ago when the state was weathering the worst of the pandemic.
Virginia’s coronavirus vaccine supply will be dealt a blow next week, following a factory mixing problem that ruined 15 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s shots. Instead of receiving the expected 125,000 doses from the maker, the state will get just 15,000 next week, said Dr. Parham Jaberi, Virginia Department of Health’s chief deputy commissioner for public health preparedness. The state ...
A Colorado mass vaccination site paused operations this week after 11 people experienced adverse reactions to the Covid-19 vaccine.
Nearly 30% of local residents have received at least one vaccine dose.
The U.S. moved closer Thursday toward vaccinating 100 million Americans in a race against an uptick in COVID-19 cases that is fueling fears of another nationwide surge.
Another nursing home outbreak emerged Friday morning.
Only six new COVID-19 cases reported Tuesday morning.
Cases continue drop, but UVa report suggests another summer peak.
With 155, Virginia sets a record for the most fatalities in a day.
Two women were caught trying to get second doses of the Covid-19 vaccine by dressing up as "grannies," the Director of the Florida Department of Health in Orange County said Thursday.
As states ease restrictions because of falling case numbers, public health officials say authorities are overlooking potentially more dangerous COVID-19 variants quietly spreading through the U.S.
COVID-19 cases at Mary Washington Hospital and Stafford Hospital have dropped from 99 patients per day last month to 59 patients as of Thursday.
Eleven months into a public health crisis that placed essential workers at the highest risk of contracting COVID-19, about 1.2 million of them in Virginia wouldn't be able to quarantine without sacrificing wages.
The race to get Virginians vaccinated amplified on Monday as the state confirmed its first case of a COVID-19 strain that's more contagious and potentially deadlier than current virus.
As 2020 nears its end, the US still is setting one-day records for Covid-19 deaths and the number of coronavirus patients in hospitals.
The first reported U.S. case of the COVID-19 variant that's been seen in the United Kingdom has been discovered in Colorado. Scientists believe the new virus variant is more contagious.
With Virginia's percentage of positive COVID tests climbing toward 12% and more than 4.1 million travelers passing through U.S. security checkpoints since Friday, health officials say the surge post-Christmas could bring hospitals to a breaking point.
Cases increased by 32 in Danville and Pittsylvania County and three more residents were hospitalized in the city.
In the week before Christmas, Virginia is averaging almost 3,600 new COVID cases per day. The 10 highest number of cases recorded in a single day have all occurred in the last two weeks, according to Virginia Department of Health numbers.
Across the US, preparations are underway to quickly distribute Covid-19 vaccines once authorized, but experts say before that relief occurs, the coming months will be difficult.