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Apr 09

[ARCHIVED] COVID-19 Summary Report for April 9, 2021

The original item was published from April 9, 2021 4:46 PM to April 12, 2021 1:58 PM

Loudoun County COVID-19 Data Snapshot
Last report 04/08/21@5:21 p.m.

COVID-19 Cases Data
COVID-19 Vaccine Data
  • Total Vaccine Doses Administered - Loudoun: 195,793 (up 5,506 since last report) I  Virginia: 4,514,282 (up 99,906 since last report) 
  • Loudoun County Residents Fully Vaccinated: 67,708 (up 1,876 since last report)
  • Vaccine First Doses Received Over Last 7 Days: Loudoun: 16,530 (down 200 since last report) | Virginia: 337,920 (down 1,600 since last report) 
  • Loudoun’s COVID-19 Vaccine Data Dashboard
  • Virginia’s COVID-19 Vaccine Summary
Weekly COVID-19 Vaccination Waitlist Update
  • Since April 2, Loudoun County has administered more than 4,000 vaccines daily to individuals who are on the Phase 1 pre-registration waitlist. Every Friday, the county provides an update on the current waitlist, which this week has changed to report only people who are eligible for vaccination in Phase 2.
    • Date Now Serving: Loudoun County is now offering appointments to individuals who are in the Phase 1 priority groups and submitted pre-registrations online or by phone on April 7, advanced from March 31 in last Friday’s report.
      • Currently, for people in the Phase 1a, 1b and 1c priority groups, the time between pre-registration and receiving an invitation to make a vaccination appointment has been shortened to a few days.
    • Current Waitlist: There are currently 33,298 Phase 2 pre-registration entries on Loudoun’s waitlist. 
      • Loudoun County will join all health districts in Virginia in advancing to Phase 2 of the vaccination plan no later than April 18, 2021. 
      • The waitlist continues to grow daily as more individuals in both Phase 1 and Phase 2 submit pre-registration forms. 
      • Anyone in Virginia can now pre-register at vaccinate.virginia.gov.
  • Visit loudoun.gov/vaccinedata to view the vaccine data dashboard.
Loudoun County Update
  • What to Know About Variants: With multiple COVID-19 variants present in Virginia, it’s important to continue to take prevention measures to keep yourself and others safe. The Virginia Department of Health offers the top five things to know about variants. 
    1. Current COVID-19 variants of concern spread more rapidly and some cause more severe illness.
    2. Rapid spread could lead to more cases, more deaths, and could overwhelm hospitals and health care resources.
    3. The more the COVID-19 virus circulates, the greater the chances that new mutations or variants can develop.
    4. Variants of concern have been identified in Virginia and are likely more common in our communities than the number of reported cases suggest. 
    5. Public health recommendations to slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19 will also work to protect us from these new variants. Keep yourself and others safer by: 
      • Wearing a mask that covers your nose and mouth when you are around people not in your own household, even if you are outside.
      • Staying at least 6 feet apart from other people when possible.
      • Keeping away from large crowds.
      • Washing your hands often.
      • Getting the COVID-19 vaccine when it’s your turn.
    • Find out more about variants from the Virginia Department of Health.
  • COVID-19 Testing April 13: The next Loudoun County-sponsored COVID-19 testing event will be held Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., at Cascades Library, 21030 Whitfield Place, Potomac Falls. The free, drive-thru testing events are being held every Tuesday in April at various locations in the county. More information is available at loudoun.gov/COVID19testing.
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Residents with questions about COVID-19 may contact the Loudoun County Health Department:
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