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May 10

COVID-19 Summary Report for May 10, 2021

Posted on May 10, 2021 at 4:52 PM by Nancy McCormick

Loudoun County COVID-19 Data Snapshot
Last report 05/07/21@4:37 p.m.

COVID-19 Cases Data
COVID-19 Vaccine Data
  • Total Vaccine Doses Administered - Loudoun: 334,060 (up 2,341 since last report) I  Virginia: 6,789,297 (up 163,629 since last report) 
  • Loudoun County Residents Fully Vaccinated: 148,543 (up 8,344 since last report)
  • Percent of Total Loudoun Population Fully Vaccinated: 35.9% (up 2.0% since last report)
  • Percent of Eligible Loudoun Population Fully Vaccinated: 47.7% (up 2.7% since last report)
  • Total Vaccine Doses Received Over Last 7 Days: Virginia: 312,850 (up 39,550 since last report)
  • Virginia’s COVID-19 Vaccine Summary
  • Northern Virginia Regional Commission Dashboard
Loudoun County Update
  • What to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine Approval for 12- to-15-Year-Olds: One of the most anticipated decisions by federal health officials related to COVID-19 is expected to occur this week with approval of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for adolescents ages 12 to 15. As we wait for the decision to be made, it’s important to remember that several things have to occur before the vaccine is approved for a new age group and even after approval, vaccinations of children in that age group will not occur immediately in Loudoun County.   
    • The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) must approve the Pfizer-BioNTech request for an expansion of the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of its COVID-19 vaccine to be used in people ages 12 and older. 
    • Following FDA approval, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) must meet to discuss using this vaccine in adolescents and make a recommendation to the CDC to do so. The ACIP has scheduled an emergency meeting for Wednesday, May 12, 2021, to consider the recommendation.
    • Once ACIP makes a recommendation, the CDC director must adopt the recommendations. The CDC will likely issue guidance to state health departments regarding the use of this vaccine for the 12- to-15 age group, which will likely occur within 24 hours.
    • Finally, the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) must adopt the CDC recommendation and authorize local health districts to begin vaccinating people ages 12 and older.  
    • Other important things to keep in mind: 
      • Once Loudoun County is authorized to vaccinate individuals ages 12 to 15, parents can make an appointment at the Loudoun County Health Department clinic by visiting our website and following the steps for scheduling an appointment in the Vaccine Administration Management System (VAMS) for the Dulles Town Center location. 
      • Anyone who needs assistance making an appointment, such as those who do not have access to the internet, should call the COVID-19 Information Line at 703-737-8300, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily.
      • Individuals ages 12 to 15 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The vaccination site continues to operate by appointment only. All individuals who would like to be vaccinated must have an appointment.  
      • Read the entire blog post.
  • COVID-19 Testing  May 11: The next Loudoun County-sponsored COVID-19 testing event is set for tomorrow, Tuesday, May 11, 2021, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., at Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park, 42405 Claudia Drive, Leesburg (Enter the park on Crosstrail Boulevard from Sycolin Road.) The county is holding free, drive-thru COVID-19 testing events every Tuesday in May, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. The testing events are free and open to all. More information, including the complete schedule and links to registration forms that can be filled out and printed in advance, may be found at
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Residents with questions about COVID-19 may contact the Loudoun County Health Department:
  • Information Line: 703-737-8300
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