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The Biocomplexity Institute of the College of Virginia offered key takeaways for the week concerning the COVID-19 pandemic as it’s progressing in Virginia:

  • Case charges stay excessive, however are persevering with to say no steadily in practically all districts.
  • Mannequin projections count on continued decline throughout the board.
  • Vaccine “boosters” could cut back instances even additional.
  • Future case development stays attainable if transmission charges mirror these of Winter 2020. In the meanwhile the commonwealth shouldn’t be following this trajectory.
  • The impression of the flu season stays an unknown. It’s attainable {that a} extreme flu season, together with the continuing COVID pandemic, could push hospitals to close capability in January of 2022.

The weekly report additionally addressed the results of booster photographs on immunity: “On Sept. 22, the FDA approved third dose “boosters” of the Pfizer COVID19 vaccine for folks over 65 years of age or with preexisting situations that put them at increased threat for extreme illness. On Oct. 21, the company approved boosters for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. However even earlier than FDA authorization, as early as the beginning of August, hundreds of Virginians had been discovering further doses. In reality, the CDC suspected that 1.1 million Individuals had obtained a ‘booster’ dose by early August…









“The present estimated statewide inhabitants immunity is 65%. This determine consists of pure immunity from prior infections, in addition to vaccinations, and accounts for the waning of immunity within the time since vaccination or an infection. Virginia is doing higher than lots of its neighbors, however we aren’t but at herd immunity ranges.

“Contemplating that it’s attainable to be co-infected with each COVID19 and the flu, that pure immunity could wane extra shortly than beforehand anticipated, and that reinfections could also be extra severe than preliminary infections, we proceed to strongly suggest vaccination for each COVID-19 and influenza, and boosting when eligible. Vaccination and indoor masking are the perfect instruments now we have to guard the commonwealth.”

Because the VDH web site doesn’t replace on the weekends, many of the data beneath is from Friday, Oct. 22. Information from the varsity division, the Facilities for Illness Management and the VHHA is from Saturday, Oct. 23.

Fauquier County reported 16 new instances of COVID-19 Friday morning. The seven-day common of instances is 15. Fauquier has reported 6,883 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 1,655 on Friday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 914,755 whole reported instances (234,067 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 1,688. It has been dropping since Sept. 14, when it was 3,689.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,227 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,483 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 57,513 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 110,050 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over 80. There have been extra instances in youngsters 0 to 9 than there have been in these 70 to 79 or over 80, in each the state and the well being district.

As of Oct. 22 the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 6.5%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.2%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 8.27% as of Oct. 22.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 23, 427 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system. The full consists of 308 college students and 119 workers members.

There are at the moment 33 energetic instances of COVID-19, 26 college students and 7 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 21, due to contact with constructive instances, 108 college students are at the moment quarantining – 24 fewer than final week. Two workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 22 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 12). There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 30 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 6, 1 on Oct. 7, 1 on Oct. 12, 3 on Oct. 15, 1 on Oct. 18 and 1 on Oct. 21) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 62 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 15) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23 and Oct. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 13 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 19 and a pair of on Oct. 22) There are  3 energetic instances.
  • 26 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 7, 2 on Oct. 12, 1 on Oct. 19 and 1 on Oct. 22) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 16 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1, 3 on Oct. 4, 3 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 34 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27, 3 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 6, 1 on Oct. 15 and 1 on Oct. 21) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20, Sept. 21, Oct. 12, Oct. 14 and 1 one Oct. 18) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 18 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4, 2 on Oct. 5, 2 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 20) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 24 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 21) There may be 1 energetic case.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 4 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Oct. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 5 and a pair of on Oct. 22) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 3 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22, Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 29 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 8, 2 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 19) There are 3 energetic instances.

On Oct. 19, for the primary time within the native well being district, the demise of a kid between 0 and 9 was reported. April Achter, inhabitants coordinator for the RRHD, stated, “We’re heartbroken.”

She burdened, “since youngsters aren’t capable of be vaccinated, one of the best ways to stop deaths is to create a bubble round them of vaccinated folks.”

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, six youngsters between 0 and 9 have died from COVID-19; 9 between 10 to 19 have died.

Fauquier reported two COVID-19 fatalities Oct. 19, along with one on Oct. 13; the county additionally reported a demise on Friday, Oct. 8. The county has reported a complete of 85 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 247 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 105 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 66 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 34 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 33 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Friday, the VDH reported 44 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,668 (2,168 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 40. All through July, the seven-day common of deaths was fewer than 5. It began to rise in mid-August.

Fauquier County reported one new COVID-19 hospitalization Friday, two yesterday, three Oct. 19, 5 new COVID-19 hospitalizations final Oct. 14, two on Oct. 15 and two Oct. 18, bringing the full for October to 24; 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, 25 in August. The county has reported 288 because the starting of the pandemic.

Sarah Cubbage, spokeswoman for Fauquier Hospital, stated Oct. 15 that the hospital is treating about 10 COVID-19 sufferers within the hospital persistently.

The state added 75 new hospitalizations Friday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 38,269 (2,166 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 72.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 702 folks hospitalized, 126 have been older than 80 years outdated; 132 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 136 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 133 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and sixty-fivehave been youthful than 50. (For 10 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, seven youngsters youthful than 10 (yet one more than yesterday) and eight between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 536 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 617 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 23 states that 1,228 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,325) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however has been declining since Sept. 23.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 23 is 314.

2 hundred and fifteen COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 70,862 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 38,194.

A brand new outbreak was reported within the RRHD Friday, in a congregate setting. One other was reported Oct. 18, in a Ok-12 setting, however the location of the outbreak has not been posted. One other was reported Friday in a healthcare setting; there isn’t a particular data on that outbreak both.

There have been a complete of 62 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 20 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, three in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting, six in a Ok-12 setting and one in a fitness center. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,870.

One long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (64 instances and 6 deaths) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

An information reporting hole resulted in 417 new outbreaks being added to the outbreak dashboard on Friday. A lot of new reported outbreaks in most classes are mirrored within the knowledge beneath. As an example, the variety of outbreaks in Ok-12 settings was 711 yesterday. Right this moment the quantity being reported is 870, a rise of 159 outbreaks.

Within the state, there are 1,294 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 36,064 instances and 4,445 deaths); 1,936 outbreaks in congregate settings; 301 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 215 in correctional amenities; 149 in school settings; 455 in childcare settings and 870 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported (eight greater than yesterday). A brand new class referred to as “fitness center” was added just lately. In keeping with the VDH knowledge, there have been 28 outbreaks (223 instances) in gyms because the starting of the pandemic.

There have been a complete of 5,248 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, in response to at this time’s VDH dashboard.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Saturday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia besides Loudoun, Fairfax, Arlington, Sussex, Charles Metropolis, Virginia Seashore, Norfolk Metropolis and Lancaster counties (These are rated “substantial.”) 

The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (107 for Fauquier) and % positivity (8.27% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 22, 11,199,426 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 69.2% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 62.3% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 82.2% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 74% are totally vaccinated.

A median 19,786 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 62.7% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 57% are totally vaccinated (3.4% have acquired a booster shot). About 75.1% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 68.3%. About 4.4% of adults have acquired a booster shot.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 67.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (58.8% are totally vaccinated, 0.1% have acquired a booster). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 77.3% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (69.6% totally vaccinated, 5.2% have acquired a booster); for these aged 65 and older, 90.8% have acquired a minimum of one dose (84% totally vaccinated, 15% have acquired a booster).

About 58.9% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (53% totally vaccinated, 0.1% have had boosters); 75.1% of these 18 and older (68.3% totally vaccinated, 4.3% have had boosters) and 89.5% of these 65 and older (81.7% totally vaccinated, 11.9% have had boosters).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 76.4% have acquired one dose; 68.7% are totally vaccinated and 4.7% have acquired a booster shot. In Fauquier, 73.5% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 66.8% are totally vaccinated and three.9% have acquired booster photographs.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Oct. 16, there have been 43,006 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (0.8% of vaccinated folks) – 7,961 greater than final week; 1,527 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (0.029% of vaccinated folks) – 232 greater than final week; and there have been 491 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (0.0094% of totally vaccinated folks) – 110 greater than final week.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 at a price 5.6 occasions increased than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.3 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

FRIDAY, OCT. 22: Fauquier County reported 16 new instances of COVID-19 Friday morning. The seven-day common of instances is 15. Fauquier has reported 6,883 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 1,655 on Friday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 914,755 whole reported instances (234,067 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 1,688. It has been dropping since Sept. 14, when it was 3,689.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,227 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,483 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 57,513 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 110,050 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over 80. There have been extra instances in youngsters 0 to 9 than there have been in these 70 to 79 or over 80, in each the state and the well being district.

As of Oct. 22 the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 6.5%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.2%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 8.29% as of Oct. 22.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 22, 422 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system – simply three greater than yesterday. The full consists of 305 college students and 117 workers members.

There are at the moment 28 energetic instances of COVID-19, 23 college students and 5 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 21, due to contact with constructive instances, 108 college students are at the moment quarantining – 24 fewer than final week. Two workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 22 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 12). There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 30 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 6, 1 on Oct. 7, 1 on Oct. 12, 3 on Oct. 15, 1 on Oct. 18 and 1 on Oct. 21) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 62 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 15) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23 and Oct. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 19) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 25 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 7, 2 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 19) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 16 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1, 3 on Oct. 4, 3 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 34 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27, 3 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 6, 1 on Oct. 15 and 1 on Oct. 21) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20, Sept. 21, Oct. 12, Oct. 14 and 1 one Oct. 18) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 18 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4, 2 on Oct. 5, 2 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 20) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 24 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 21) There may be 1 energetic case.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 4 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Oct. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 3 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22, Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 29 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 8, 2 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 19) There are 3 energetic instances.

On Oct. 19, for the primary time within the native well being district, the demise of a kid between 0 and 9 was reported. April Achter, inhabitants coordinator for the RRHD, stated, “We’re heartbroken.”

She burdened, “since youngsters aren’t capable of be vaccinated, one of the best ways to stop deaths is to create a bubble round them of vaccinated folks.”

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, six youngsters between 0 and 9 have died from COVID-19; 9 between 10 to 19 have died.

Fauquier reported two COVID-19 fatalities Oct. 19, along with one on Oct. 13; the county additionally reported a demise on Friday, Oct. 8. The county has reported a complete of 85 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 247 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 105 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 66 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 34 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 33 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Friday, the VDH reported 44 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,668 (2,168 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 40. All through July, the seven-day common of deaths was fewer than 5. It began to rise in mid-August.

Fauquier County reported one new COVID-19 hospitalization at this time, two yesterday, three Oct. 19, 5 new COVID-19 hospitalizations final Oct. 14, two on Oct. 15 and two Oct. 18, bringing the full for October to 24; 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, 25 in August. The county has reported 288 because the starting of the pandemic.

Sarah Cubbage, spokeswoman for Fauquier Hospital, stated Oct. 15 that the hospital is treating about 10 COVID-19 sufferers within the hospital persistently.

The state added 75 new hospitalizations Friday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 38,269 (2,166 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 72.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 702 folks hospitalized, 126 have been older than 80 years outdated; 132 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 136 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 133 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and sixty-fivehave been youthful than 50. (For 10 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, seven youngsters youthful than 10 (yet one more than yesterday) and eight between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 536 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 617 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 22 states that 1,266 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,357) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however has been declining since Sept. 23.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 22 is 313.

2 hundred and twelve COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 70,779 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 38,194.

A brand new outbreak was reported within the RRHD at this time, in a congregate setting. One other was reported Oct. 18, in a Ok-12 setting, however the location of the outbreak has not been posted. One other was reported Friday in a healthcare setting; there isn’t a particular data on that outbreak both.

There have been a complete of 62 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 20 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, three in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting, six in a Ok-12 setting and one in a fitness center. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,870.

One long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (64 instances and 6 deaths) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

An information reporting hole resulted in 417 new outbreaks being added to the outbreak dashboard on Friday. A lot of new reported outbreaks in most classes are mirrored within the knowledge beneath. As an example, the variety of outbreaks in Ok-12 settings was 711 yesterday. Right this moment the quantity being reported is 870, a a rise of 159 outbreaks.

Within the state, there are 1,294 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 36,064 instances and 4,445 deaths); 1,936 outbreaks in congregate settings; 301 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 215 in correctional amenities; 149 in school settings; 455 in childcare settings and 870 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported (eight greater than yesterday). A brand new class referred to as “fitness center” was added just lately. In keeping with the VDH knowledge, there have been 28 outbreaks (223 instances) in gyms because the starting of the pandemic.

There have been a complete of 5,248 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, in response to at this time’s VDH dashboard.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Friday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia besides Loudoun, Fairfax, Arlington, Sussex, Matthews and Lancaster counties (These are rated “substantial.”) 

The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (131 for Fauquier) and % positivity (8.29% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 22, 11,199,426 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 69.2% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 62.3% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 82.2% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 74% are totally vaccinated.

A median 19,786 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 62.7% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 57% are totally vaccinated (3.4% have acquired a booster shot). About 75.1% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 68.3%. About 4.4% of adults have acquired a booster shot.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 67.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (58.8% are totally vaccinated, 0.1% have acquired a booster). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 77.3% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (69.6% totally vaccinated, 5.2% have acquired a booster); for these aged 65 and older, 90.8% have acquired a minimum of one dose (84% totally vaccinated, 15% have acquired a booster).

About 58.9% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (53% totally vaccinated, 0.1% have had boosters); 75.1% of these 18 and older (68.3% totally vaccinated, 4.3% have had boosters) and 89.5% of these 65 and older (81.7% totally vaccinated, 11.9% have had boosters).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 76.4% have acquired one dose; 68.7% are totally vaccinated and 4.7% have acquired a booster shot. In Fauquier, 73.5% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 66.8% are totally vaccinated and three.9% have acquired booster photographs.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Oct. 16, there have been 43,006 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (0.8% of vaccinated folks) – 7,961 greater than final week; 1,527 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (0.029% of vaccinated folks) – 232 greater than final week; and there have been 491 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (0.0094% of totally vaccinated folks) – 110 greater than final week.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 at a price 5.6 occasions increased than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.3 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

THURSDAY, OCT. 22: Fauquier County reported 16 new instances of COVID-19 Thursday morning; there have been 24 instances yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is eighteen. Fauquier has reported 6,867 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 1,779 on Thursday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 913,100 whole reported instances (233,838 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 1,788. It has been dropping since Sept. 14, when it was 3,689.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,222 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,462 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 57,273 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 109,731 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over eighty. There have been extra instances in youngsters 0 to 9 than there have been in these 70 to 79 or over 80, in each the state and the well being district.

As of Oct. 21 the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 6.7%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.4%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 8.59% as of Oct. 20.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 21, 419 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system – only one greater than yesterday. The full consists of 302 college students and 117 workers members.

There are at the moment 24 energetic instances of COVID-19, 20 college students and 5 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 21, due to contact with constructive instances, 108 college students are at the moment quarantining – 24 fewer than final week. 4 workers members are quarantining (as of Oct. 14). Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 22 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 12). There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 29 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 6, 1 on Oct. 7, 1 on Oct. 12, 3 on Oct. 15 and 1 on Oct. 18) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 62 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 15) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23 and Oct. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 19) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 25 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 7, 2 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 19) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 16 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1, 3 on Oct. 4, 3 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 34 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27, 3 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20, Sept. 21, Oct. 12, Oct. 14 and 1 one Oct. 18) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 18 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4, 2 on Oct. 5, 2 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 20) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 4 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Oct. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 3 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22, Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 29 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 8, 2 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 19) There are 3 energetic instances.

On Oct. 19, for the primary time within the native well being district, the demise of a kid between 0 and 9 was reported. April Achter, inhabitants coordinator for the RRHD, stated, “We’re heartbroken.”

She burdened, “since youngsters aren’t capable of be vaccinated, one of the best ways to stop deaths is to create a bubble round them of vaccinated folks.”

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, six youngsters between 0 and 9 have died from COVID-19; 9 between 10 to 19 have died.

Fauquier reported two COVID-19 fatalities Oct. 19, along with one on Oct. 13; the county additionally reported a demise on Friday, Oct. 8. The county has reported a complete of 85 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 243 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 104 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 65 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 32 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 33 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Thursday, the VDH reported 39 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,624 (2,163 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 40. All through July, the seven-day common of deaths was fewer than 5. It began to rise in mid-August.

Fauquier County reported two new COVID-19 hospitalizations, three yesterday, 5 new COVID-19 hospitalizations final Oct. 14, two on Oct. 15 and two Oct. 18, bringing the full for October to 23; 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, 25 in August. The county has reported 287 because the starting of the pandemic.

Sarah Cubbage, spokeswoman for Fauquier Hospital, stated Oct. 15 that the hospital is treating about 10 COVID-19 sufferers within the hospital persistently.

The state added 66 new hospitalizations Thursday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 38,194 (2,166 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 71.

In Thursday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 697 folks hospitalized, 126 have been older than 80 years outdated; 129 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 135 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 133 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and sixty-four have been youthful than 50. (For 10 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, seven youngsters youthful than 10 (yet one more than yesterday) and eight between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 533 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 617 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 21 states that 1,311 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,387) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however has been declining since Sept. 23.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 21 is 334.

2 hundred and fourteen COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 70,704 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 38,194.

A brand new outbreak was reported Monday within the RRHD, in a Ok-12 setting, however the location of the outbreak has not been posted. One other was reported Friday in a healthcare setting; there isn’t a particular data on that outbreak both.

There have been a complete of 61 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 20 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, three in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting, six in a Ok-12 setting and one in a fitness center. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,870.

One long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (64 instances and 6 deaths) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,248 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,740 instances and 4,430 deaths); 1,811 outbreaks in congregate settings; 279 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 203 in correctional amenities; 135 in school settings; 414 in childcare settings and 711 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported (eight greater than yesterday). A brand new class referred to as “fitness center” was added Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH knowledge, there have been 29 outbreaks (225 instances) in gyms because the starting of the pandemic.

There have been a complete of 4,831 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Saturday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia besides Loudoun, Fairfax, Arlington, Sussex and Lancaster counties (These are rated “substantial.”) 

The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (128 for Fauquier) and % positivity (8.59% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 21, 11,178,237 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 69.2% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 62.2% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 82.1% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 74% are totally vaccinated.

A median 19,751 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 62.6% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 57% are totally vaccinated (3.3% have acquired a booster shot). About 75% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 68.2%. About 4.3% of adults have acquired a booster shot.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 67% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (58.8% are totally vaccinated, 0.1% have acquired a booster). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 77.2% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (69.6% totally vaccinated, 5% have acquired a booster); for these aged 65 and older, 90.8% have acquired a minimum of one dose (84% totally vaccinated, 14.6% have acquired a booster).

About 58.9% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (52.9% totally vaccinated, 0.1% have had boosters); 75% of these 18 and older (68.3% totally vaccinated, 4.3% have had boosters) and 89.4% of these 65 and older (81.7% totally vaccinated, 11.9% have had boosters).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 76.3% have acquired one dose; 68.6% are totally vaccinated and 4.6% have acquired a booster shot. In Fauquier, 73.4% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 66.8% are totally vaccinated and three.9% have acquired booster photographs.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Oct. 9, there have been 35,045 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (0.7% of vaccinated folks); 1,295 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (0.025% of vaccinated folks); and there have been 381 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (0.0073% of totally vaccinated folks). The numbers have stayed very secure for the final two weeks.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 at a price 6.8 occasions increased than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20: Fauquier County reported 24 new instances of COVID-19 Wednesday morning; there have been 9 instances yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is nineteen. Fauquier has reported 6,851 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 1,822 on Wednesday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 911,321 whole reported instances (233,255 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 1,906. It has been dropping since Sept. 14, when it was 3,689.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,219 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,458 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 57,030 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 109,438 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over eighty. There have been extra instances in youngsters 0 to 9 than there have been in these 70 to 79 or over 80, in each the state and the well being district.

As of Oct. 20 the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 6.8%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.3%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 7.99% as of Oct. 20.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 20, 418 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system. The full consists of 301 college students and 117 workers members.

There are at the moment 24 energetic instances of COVID-19, 19 college students and 5 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 14, due to contact with constructive instances, 132 college students are at the moment quarantining – 70 fewer than final week. 4 workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 22 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 12). There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 29 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 6, 1 on Oct. 7, 1 on Oct. 12, 3 on Oct. 15 and 1 on Oct. 18) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 62 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 15) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23 and Oct. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 19) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 25 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 7, 2 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 19) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 16 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1, 3 on Oct. 4, 3 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 34 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27, 3 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20, Sept. 21, Oct. 12, Oct. 14 and 1 one Oct. 18) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 17 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4, 2 on Oct. 5 and a pair of on Oct. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 4 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There aren’t any  energetic instances.
  • 7 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Oct. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 3 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22, Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 29 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 8, 2 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 19) There are 3 energetic instances.

On Oct. 19, for the primary time within the native well being district, the demise of a kid between 0 and 9 was reported. April Achter, inhabitants coordinator for the RRHD, stated, “We’re heartbroken.”

She burdened, “since youngsters aren’t capable of be vaccinated, one of the best ways to stop deaths is to create a bubble round them of vaccinated folks.”

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, six youngsters between 0 and 9 have died from COVID-19; 9 between 10 to 19 have died.

Fauquier reported two COVID-19 fatalities yesterday, along with one on Oct. 13; the county additionally reported a demise on Friday, Oct. 8. The county has reported a complete of 85 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 243 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 104 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 65 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 32 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 33 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Wednesday, the VDH reported 47 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,585 (2,156 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 43. All through July, the seven-day common of deaths was fewer than 5. It began to rise in mid-August.

Fauquier County reported three new COVID-19 hospitalizations yesterday, 5 new COVID-19 hospitalizations final Oct. 14, two on Oct. 15 and two Oct. 18, bringing the full for October to 23; 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, 25 in August. The county has reported 285 because the starting of the pandemic.

Sarah Cubbage, spokeswoman for Fauquier Hospital, stated Oct. 15 that the hospital is treating about 10 COVID-19 sufferers within the hospital persistently.

The state added 87 new hospitalizations Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 38,128 (2,157 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 74.

In Wednesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 691 folks hospitalized, 124 have been older than 80 years outdated; 128 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 134 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 133 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and sixty-two have been youthful than 50. (For 10 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, seven youngsters youthful than 10 (yet one more than yesterday) and eight between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 533 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 614 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 20 states that 1,325 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,418) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however has been declining since Sept. 23.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 20 is 331.

2 hundred and thirty COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 70,603 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 38,128.

A brand new outbreak was reported Monday within the RRHD, in a Ok-12 setting, however the location of the outbreak has not been posted. One other was reported Friday in a healthcare setting; there isn’t a particular data on that outbreak both.

There have been a complete of 61 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 20 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, three in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting, six in a Ok-12 setting and one in a fitness center. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,870.

One long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (64 instances and 6 deaths) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,248 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,718 instances and 4,425 deaths); 1,804 outbreaks in congregate settings; 278 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 203 in correctional amenities; 135 in school settings; 414 in childcare settings and 703 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported (9 greater than yesterday). A brand new class referred to as “fitness center” was added Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH knowledge, there have been 29 outbreaks (225 instances) in gyms because the starting of the pandemic.

There have been a complete of 4,814 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Saturday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (182 for Fauquier) and % positivity (7.99% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 20, 11,153,011 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 69.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 62.1% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 82% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 73.9% are totally vaccinated.

A median 19,660 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 62.6% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 56.9% are totally vaccinated (3.2% have acquired a booster shot). About 74.9% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 68.2%. About 4.1% of adults have acquired a booster shot.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 66.9% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (58.7% are totally vaccinated, 0.1% have acquired a booster). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 77.1% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (69.5% totally vaccinated, 4.8% have acquired a booster); for these aged 65 and older, 90.7% have acquired a minimum of one dose (83.9% totally vaccinated, 14% have acquired a booster).

About 58.8% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (52.8% totally vaccinated, 0.1% have had boosters); 74.9% of these 18 and older (68.2% totally vaccinated, 4.1% have had boosters) and 89.3% of these 65 and older (81.6% totally vaccinated, 11.3% have had boosters).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 76.2% have acquired one dose; 68.6% are totally vaccinated and 4.4% have acquired a booster shot. In Fauquier, 73.3% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 66.7% are totally vaccinated and three.7% have acquired booster photographs.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Oct. 9, there have been 35,045 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (0.7% of vaccinated folks); 1,295 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (0.025% of vaccinated folks); and there have been 381 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (0.0073% of totally vaccinated folks). The numbers have stayed very secure for the final two weeks.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 at a price 6.8 occasions increased than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

TUESDAY, OCT. 19: Fauquier County reported 9 new instances of COVID-19 Tuesday morning; there have been 11 instances yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is eighteen. Fauquier has reported 6,827 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 1,617 on Tuesday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 909,499 whole reported instances (232,572 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 1,983. It has been dropping since Sept. 14, when it was 3,689.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,205 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,446 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 56,790 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 109,110 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over eighty. There have been extra instances in youngsters 0 to 9 than there have been in these 70 to 79 or over 80, in each the state and the well being district.

As of Oct. 19 the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 6.8%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.1%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 8.96% as of Oct. 19.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 18, 415 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system. The full consists of 299 college students and 116 workers members.

There are at the moment 25 energetic instances of COVID-19, 17 college students and eight staffers; that’s 20 fewer than had been reported yesterday.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 14, due to contact with constructive instances, 132 college students are at the moment quarantining – 70 fewer than final week. 4 workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 22 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 12). There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 29 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 6, 1 on Oct. 7, 1 on Oct. 12, 3 on Oct. 15 and 1 on Oct. 18) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 62 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 15) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23 and Oct. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 10 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 24 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 7 and a pair of on Oct. 12) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 16 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1, 3 on Oct. 4, 3 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 34 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27, 3 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20, Sept. 21, Oct. 12, Oct. 14 and 1 one Oct. 18) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 17 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4, 2 on Oct. 5 and a pair of on Oct. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 4 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 3 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22, Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 28 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 8 and a pair of on Oct. 12) There are 3 energetic instances.

Right this moment, for the primary time within the native well being district, a baby between 0 and 9 has died. April Achter, inhabitants coordinator for the RRHD, stated, “We’re heartbroken.”

She burdened, “since youngsters aren’t capable of be vaccinated, one of the best ways to stop deaths is to create a bubble round them of vaccinated folks.”

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, six youngsters between 0 and 9 have died from COVID-19; 9 between 10 to 19 have died.

Fauquier reported two COVID-19 fatalities at this time, along with one on Oct. 13; the county additionally reported a demise on Friday, Oct. 8. The county has reported a complete of 85 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 242 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 104 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 64 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 32 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 33 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Tuesday, the VDH reported 52 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,538 (2,153 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 46. All through July, the seven-day common of deaths was fewer than 5. It began to rise in mid-August.

Fauquier County reported three new COVID-19 hospitalizations at this time, 5 new COVID-19 hospitalizations final Thursday, two on Saturday and two Monday, bringing the full for October to 23; 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, 25 in August. The county has reported 285 because the starting of the pandemic.

Sarah Cubbage, spokeswoman for Fauquier Hospital, stated Oct. 15 that the hospital is treating about 10 COVID-19 sufferers within the hospital persistently.

The state added 76 new hospitalizations Tuesday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 38,061 (2,152 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 75.

In Tuesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 689 folks hospitalized, 124 have been older than 80 years outdated; 126 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 134 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 133 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and sixty-two have been youthful than 50. (For 10 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, seven youngsters youthful than 10 (yet one more than yesterday) and eight between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 534 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 611 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 19 states that 1,386 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,454) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however has been declining since Sept. 23.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 19 is 364. Friday was the primary time it’s dropped beneath 400 since Aug. 26.

2 hundred and twenty-one COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 70,496 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 38,061.

A brand new outbreak was reported Monday within the RRHD, in a Ok-12 setting, however the location of the outbreak has not been posted. One other was reported Friday in a healthcare setting; there isn’t a particular data on that outbreak both.

There have been a complete of 61 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 20 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, three in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting, six in a Ok-12 setting and one in a fitness center. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,864.

One long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (64 instances and 6 deaths) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,246 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,603 instances and 4,421 deaths); 1,799 outbreaks in congregate settings; 277 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 203 in correctional amenities; 134 in school settings; 413 in childcare settings and 696 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported (9 greater than yesterday). A brand new class referred to as “fitness center” was added Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH knowledge, there have been 29 outbreaks (225 instances) in gyms because the starting of the pandemic.

There have been a complete of 4,797 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Saturday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia — besides Loudoun, Fairfax, Lancaster and Arlington counties (now rated substantial). (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (140 for Fauquier) and % positivity (8.96% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 19, 11,126,822 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 69% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 62.1% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 81.9% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 73.8% are totally vaccinated.

A median 19,691 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 62.5% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 56.9% are totally vaccinated (3% have acquired a booster shot). About 74.9% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 68.2%. About 3.9% of adults have acquired a booster shot.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 66.8% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (58.6% are totally vaccinated, 0.1% have acquired a booster). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 77% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (69.4% totally vaccinated, 4.6% have acquired a booster); for these aged 65 and older, 90.6% have acquired a minimum of one dose (83.8% totally vaccinated, 13.6% have acquired a booster).

About 58.8% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (52.8% totally vaccinated, 0.1% have had boosters); 74.9% of these 18 and older (68.2% totally vaccinated, 3.9% have had boosters) and 89.3% of these 65 and older (81.6% totally vaccinated, 10.8% have had boosters).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 76.1% have acquired one dose; 68.5% are totally vaccinated and 4.2% have acquired a booster shot. In Fauquier, 73.3% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 66.6% are totally vaccinated and three.5% have acquired booster photographs.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Oct. 9, there have been 35,045 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (0.7% of vaccinated folks); 1,295 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (0.025% of vaccinated folks); and there have been 381 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (0.0073% of totally vaccinated folks). The numbers have stayed very secure for the final two weeks.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 at a price 6.8 occasions increased than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

MONDAY, OCT. 18: Fauquier County reported 11 new instances of COVID-19 Monday morning; there have been 25 instances on Sunday and 6 on Saturday; there have been 33 on Friday. The seven-day common of instances is nineteen. Fauquier has reported 6,818 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 1,227 on Monday. (Circumstances are often decrease on Sundays and Mondays.) In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 907,882 whole reported instances (231,907 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,039. It has been dropping since Sept. 14, when it was 3,689.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,191 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,431 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 56,564 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 108,805 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over eighty. There have been extra instances in youngsters 0 to 9 than there have been in these 70 to 79 or over 80, in each the state and the well being district.

As of Oct. 18 the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 7%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 9.7%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 8.97% as of Oct. 18.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 18, 413 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system. The full consists of 297 college students and 116 workers members.

There are at the moment 45 energetic instances of COVID-19, 34 college students and 11 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 14, due to contact with constructive instances, 132 college students are at the moment quarantining – 70 fewer than final week. 4 workers members are quarantining (that quantity is as of Oct. 7). Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 22 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 12). There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 28 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 6, 1 on Oct. 7, 1 on Oct. 12 and three on Oct. 15) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 62 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 15) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23 and Oct. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 24 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 7 and a pair of on Oct. 12) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 12) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 16 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1, 3 on Oct. 4, 3 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 13) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 34 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27, 3 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 15) There may be 2 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20, Sept. 21, Oct. 12 and Oct. 14) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 17 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4, 2 on Oct. 5 and a pair of on Oct. 7) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 4 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There may be 1active case.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 15) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22, Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 28 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 8 and a pair of on Oct. 12) There are 3 energetic instances.

Fauquier reported a COVID-19 fatality Oct. 13; the county additionally reported a demise on Friday, Oct. 8. The county has reported a complete of 83 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 239 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 103 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 63 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 32 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 32 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, a baby between 10 and 19 died, reported Oct. 12, making the ninth because the starting of the pandemic. A VDH spokesman stated the one who died was 19 years outdated and lived within the Richmond Metropolis Well being District. The fatality of a kid between 10 and 19 was additionally reported on Sept. 30.

A baby between 0 and 9 years outdated died Sept. 29, the state’s fifth.

Monday, the VDH reported 17 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia. There have been 46 reported on Friday, 41 on Saturday and 37 on Sunday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,486 (2,140 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 44.

Fauquier County reported 5 new COVID-19 hospitalizations final Thursday, two on Saturday and two at this time, bringing the full for October to twenty; 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, 25 in August. The county has reported 282 because the starting of the pandemic.

Sarah Cubbage, spokeswoman for Fauquier Hospital, stated Oct. 15 that the hospital is treating about 10 COVID-19 sufferers within the hospital persistently.

The state added 39 new hospitalizations Monday, 72 on Friday, 88 on Saturday and 71 on Sunday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 37,965 (2,136 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 72.

In Monday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 682 folks hospitalized, 122 have been older than 80 years outdated; 124 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 134 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 132 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and sixty have been youthful than 50. (For 10 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and eight between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized; one in every of these was reported Tuesday, Oct. 12. Within the state, 534 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 607 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 18 states that 1,388 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,483) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however has been declining since Sept. 23.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 18 is 363. Friday was the primary time it’s dropped beneath 400 since Aug. 26.

2 hundred and thirty COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 70,354 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 37,965.

A brand new outbreak was reported Monday within the RRHD, in a Ok-12 setting, however the location of the outbreak has not been posted. One other was reported Friday in a healthcare setting; there isn’t a particular data on that outbreak both.

There have been a complete of 61 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 20 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, three in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting, six in a Ok-12 setting and one in a fitness center. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,864.

One long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (64 instances and 6 deaths) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,246 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,603 instances and 4,417 deaths); 1,797 outbreaks in congregate settings; 277 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 203 in correctional amenities; 134 in school settings; 413 in childcare settings and 687 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. A brand new class referred to as “fitness center” was added Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH knowledge, there have been 29 outbreaks (225 instances) in gyms because the starting of the pandemic.

There have been a complete of 4,786 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Saturday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia — besides Loudoun, Fairfax, Lancaster and Arlington counties (now rated substantial). (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (140 for Fauquier) and % positivity (8.97% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 18, 11,107,332 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68.9% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 62% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 81.8% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 73.7% are totally vaccinated.

A median 19,702 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 62.5% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 56.8% are totally vaccinated (2.9% have acquired a booster shot). About 74.8% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 68.1%. About 3.8% of adults have acquired a booster shot.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 66.8% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (58.5% are totally vaccinated, 0.1% have acquired a booster). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 76.9% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (69.4% totally vaccinated, 4.5% have acquired a booster); for these aged 65 and older, 90.6% have acquired a minimum of one dose (83.8% totally vaccinated, 13.2% have acquired a booster).

About 58.7% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (52.7% totally vaccinated, 0.1% have had boosters); 74.8% of these 18 and older (68.1% totally vaccinated, 3.8% have had boosters) and 89.2% of these 65 and older (81.6% totally vaccinated, 10.5% have had boosters).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 76% have acquired one dose; 68.4% are totally vaccinated and 4.1% have acquired a booster shot. In Fauquier, 73.2% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 66.6% are totally vaccinated and three.4% have acquired booster photographs.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Oct. 2, there have been 34,691 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (0.7% of vaccinated folks), up greater than 7,000 instances from the earlier week; 1,287 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (0.025% of vaccinated folks), up 226 from the earlier week; and there have been 381 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (0.0074% of totally vaccinated folks).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 at a price 6.5 occasions increased than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

The Oct. 15 COVID-19 replace from the Biocomplexity Institute on the College of Virginia gives these key takeaways:

  • Whereas case ranges stay very excessive, they’re declining in most areas of the state. Thirty-one well being districts are in declining trajectories, and just one is in a sluggish development trajectory. None are in surge trajectories.
  • Excessive case ranges, mixed with a considerable unvaccinated inhabitants, might result in a major vacation surge.
  • Mixed with a attainable vacation COVID-19 surge, a extreme flu might end in hospitalizations that exceed final January’s peak.
  • Vaccines are the perfect prevention for flu and COVID-19. Booster shot administrations at the moment exceed first and second dose COVID-19 vaccine administrations.

The report explains: “A yr in the past, Virginia was in a really tenuous scenario because it entered the vacation season. Circumstances had been as excessive as they’d been to that time. Extra worrying, instances had been starting to develop, with numerous native well being districts coming into surge trajectories… In the end, excessive and rising instances in October offered the inspiration for the vacation surge Virginia skilled final winter.

“On the cusp of the 2021 vacation season the scenario is completely different. Circumstances are declining in most well being districts, but, as we entered October, had been at stage 3 times increased than seen final October. Whereas declining trajectories are an excellent signal, excessive case ranges could present a greater basis for a vacation surge than existed final yr. There’s a giant sufficient unvaccinated inhabitants that we might see a repeat of final yr’s surge.

“Public well being officers had been involved about one other threat final yr: the chance that the annual flu season would additional stress well being methods already burdened by COVID-19. Thankfully, that state of affairs by no means got here to go. Though causes aren’t confirmed, it’s possible that precautions taken to stop the unfold of COVID-19, mixed with a report variety of flu vaccinations, all however eradicated the flu final yr.

“Once more, the scenario this yr is completely different. Most public well being restrictions have been lifted, and surveys counsel prevention efforts have declined. We’re additionally unlikely to repeat the report vaccination charges seen final flu season. Very similar to with COVID-19, immunity to influenza wanes over time, which means low publicity final yr might translate to a big pool of vulnerable Virginians this season. These components might result in a unusually unhealthy flu season. Mixed with the potential of a vacation COVID-19 surge, many are warning of the potential of a “twindemic.”

SATURDAY, OCT. 16: The Oct. 15 COVID-19 replace from the Biocomplexity Institute on the College of Virginia gives these key takeaways:

  • Whereas case ranges stay very excessive, they’re declining in most areas of the state. Thirty-one well being districts are in declining trajectories, and just one is in a sluggish development trajectory. None are in surge trajectories.
  • Excessive case ranges, mixed with a considerable unvaccinated inhabitants, might result in a major vacation surge.
  • Mixed with a attainable vacation COVID-19 surge, a extreme flu might end in hospitalizations that exceed final January’s peak.
  • Vaccines are the perfect prevention for flu and COVID-19. Booster shot administrations at the moment exceed first and second dose COVID-19 vaccine administrations.

The report explains: “A yr in the past, Virginia was in a really tenuous scenario because it entered the vacation season. Circumstances had been as excessive as they’d been to that time. Extra worrying, instances had been starting to develop, with numerous native well being districts coming into surge trajectories… In the end, excessive and rising instances in October offered the inspiration for the vacation surge Virginia skilled final winter.

“On the cusp of the 2021 vacation season the scenario is completely different. Circumstances are declining in most well being districts, but, as we entered October, had been at stage 3 times increased than seen final October. Whereas declining trajectories are an excellent signal, excessive case ranges could present a greater basis for a vacation surge than existed final yr. There’s a giant sufficient unvaccinated inhabitants that we might see a repeat of final yr’s surge.

“Public well being officers had been involved about one other threat final yr: the chance that the annual flu season would additional stress well being methods already burdened by COVID-19. Thankfully, that state of affairs by no means got here to go. Though causes aren’t confirmed, it’s possible that precautions taken to stop the unfold of COVID-19, mixed with a report variety of flu vaccinations, all however eradicated the flu final yr.

“Once more, the scenario this yr is completely different. Most public well being restrictions have been lifted, and surveys counsel prevention efforts have declined. We’re additionally unlikely to repeat the report vaccination charges seen final flu season. Very similar to with COVID-19, immunity to influenza wanes over time, which means low publicity final yr might translate to a big pool of vulnerable Virginians this season. These components might result in a unusually unhealthy flu season. Mixed with the potential of a vacation COVID-19 surge, many are warning of the potential of a “twindemic.”

The numbers offered right here from the Virginia Division of Well being are as of Friday, Oct. 15. The VDH doesn’t replace its web site on weekends.

Fauquier County reported 33 new instances of COVID-19 Friday morning. The seven-day common of instances is 20. Fauquier has reported 6,776 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,357 on Friday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 902,938 whole reported instances (230,094 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,111. It has been dropping since Sept. 14, when it was 3,689.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,186 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,412 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 55,941 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 108,075 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over eighty.

As of Oct. 15 the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 7.5%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.5%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 8.97% as of Oct. 15.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 16, 413 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system. The full consists of 297 college students and 116 workers members.

There are at the moment 45 energetic instances of COVID-19, 34 college students and 11 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 14, due to contact with constructive instances, 132 college students are at the moment quarantining – 70 fewer than final week. 4 workers members are quarantining (that quantity is as of Oct. 7). Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 22 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 12). There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 28 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 6, 1 on Oct. 7, 1 on Oct. 12 and three on Oct. 15) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 62 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 12 and 1 on Oct. 15) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23 and Oct. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 24 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 7 and a pair of on Oct. 12) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 12) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 16 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1, 3 on Oct. 4, 3 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 13) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 34 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27, 3 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 15) There may be 2 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20, Sept. 21, Oct. 12 and Oct. 14) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 17 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4, 2 on Oct. 5 and a pair of on Oct. 7) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 4 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There may be 1active case.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 15) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22, Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 28 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 8 and a pair of on Oct. 12) There are 3 energetic instances.

Fauquier reported a COVID-19 fatality Oc.t 13; the county additionally reported a demise on Friday, Oct. 8. The county has reported a complete of 83 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 237 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 103 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 62 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 32 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 31 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, a baby between 10 and 19 died, reported Oct. 12, making the ninth because the starting of the pandemic. A VDH spokesman stated the one who died was 19 years outdated and lived within the Richmond Metropolis Well being District. The fatality of a kid between 10 and 19 was additionally reported on Sept. 30.

A baby between 0 and 9 years outdated died Sept. 29, the state’s fifth.

Friday, the VDH reported 46 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,391 (2,115 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 45.

Fauquier County reported 5 new COVID-19 hospitalizations Thursday, bringing the full for October to 16. After 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, October gave the impression to be beginning out higher for Fauquier County. There have been solely two within the first six days. However in response to the VDH, Fauquier County reported 5 new hospitalizations Oct. 7, two on Oct. 8 one on Oct. 10 and one Oct. 13. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August. The county has reported 278 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 72 new hospitalizations Friday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 37,767 (2,111 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 72.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 677 folks hospitalized, 122 have been older than 80 years outdated; 123 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 132 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 132 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and sixty have been youthful than 50. (For 8 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and eight between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized; one in every of these was reported Tuesday, Oct. 12. Within the state, 523 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 602 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 16 states that 1,450 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,538) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however is declining.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 16 is 391. Yesterday was the primary time it’s dropped beneath 400 since Aug. 26.

2 hundred and thirty-six COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 70,673 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 37,767.

A brand new outbreak was reported Friday within the RRHD, in a healthcare setting. There have been a complete of 60 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 20 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, three in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting, 5 in a Ok-12 setting and one in a fitness center. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,856.

One long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (64 instances and 6 deaths) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,246 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,589 instances and 4,409 deaths); 1,789 outbreaks in congregate settings; 276 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 202 in correctional amenities; 134 in school settings; 411 in childcare settings and 681 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. A brand new class referred to as “fitness center” was added Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH knowledge, there have been 29 outbreaks (225 instances) in gyms because the starting of the pandemic.

There have been a complete of 4,768 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Saturday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia — besides Loudoun, Fairfax, Lancaster and Arlington counties (now rated substantial). (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (139 for Fauquier) and % positivity (8.97% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 15, 11,036,157 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68.7% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 61.8% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 81.5% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 73.5% are totally vaccinated.

A median 20,819 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 62.4% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 56.6% are totally vaccinated (2.6% have acquired a booster shot). About 74.7% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 67.9%. About 3.4% of adults have acquired a booster shot.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 66.6% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (58.2% are totally vaccinated, 0.1% have acquired a booster). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 76.7% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (69.1% totally vaccinated, 4.0% have acquired a booster); for these aged 65 and older, 90.4% have acquired a minimum of one dose (83.7% totally vaccinated, 12% have acquired a booster).

About 58.6% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (52.3% totally vaccinated, 0.1% have had boosters); 74.7% of these 18 and older (67.9% totally vaccinated, 3.4% have had boosters) and 89.1% of these 65 and older (81.5% totally vaccinated, 9.7% have had boosters).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 75.8% have acquired one dose; 68.2% are totally vaccinated and three.7% have acquired a booster shot. In Fauquier, 73.1% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 66.4% are totally vaccinated and three.1% have acquired booster photographs.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Oct. 2, there have been 34,691 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (0.7% of vaccinated folks), up greater than 7,000 instances from final week; 1,287 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (0.025% of vaccinated folks), up 226 from final Friday; and there have been 381 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (0.0074% of totally vaccinated folks). There have been 108 deaths in totally vaccinated folks since Oct. 1.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 at a price 6.5 occasions increased than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

THURSDAY, OCT. 14: Fauquier County reported 23 new instances of COVID-19 this morning; yesterday the county reported 21. The seven-day common of instances is 20. Fauquier has reported 6,743 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,603 at this time; yesterday’s whole was 2,359. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 900,581 whole reported instances (229,211 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,180. It has been dropping since Sept. 14, when it was 3,689.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,175 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,401 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 55,659 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 107,680 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over eighty.

As of Oct. 14 the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 7.5%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.9%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 10.45% as of Oct. 14.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 12, 406 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system. The full consists of 291 college students and 115 workers members.

There are at the moment 48 energetic instances of COVID-19, 36 college students and 12 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 7, due to contact with constructive instances, 202 college students are at the moment quarantining – 10 fewer than final week. 5 workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 22 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 12). There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 25 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 6, 1 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 12) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 61 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 12) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23 and Oct. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 24 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 7 and a pair of on Oct. 12) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 12) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 16 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1, 3 on Oct. 4, 3 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 13) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 34 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27, 3 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 6) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20, Sept. 21 and Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 17 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4, 2 on Oct. 5 and a pair of on Oct. 7) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 4 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 3 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22, Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 28 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 8 and a pair of on Oct. 12) There are 3 energetic instances.

Fauquier reported a COVID-19 fatality Wednesday; the county additionally reported a demise on Friday, Oct. 8. The county has reported a complete of 83 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 237 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 103 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 62 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 32 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 31 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, one other little one between 10 and 19 died, reported Oct. 12, making the ninth because the starting of the pandemic. A VDH spokesman stated the one who died was 19 years outdated and lived within the Richmond Metropolis Well being District. The fatality of a kid between 10 and 19 was additionally reported on Sept. 30.

A baby between 0 and 9 years outdated died Sept. 29, the state’s fifth.

Thursday, the VDH reported 60 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, after reporting 66 yesterday. That was the best variety of deaths reported in at some point since March 9, when 109 residents had been reported killed by COVID-19. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,345 (2,111 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 41.

Fauquier County reported 5 new COVID-19 hospitalizations at this time, bringing the full for October to 16. After 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, October gave the impression to be beginning out higher for Fauquier County. There have been solely two within the first six days. However in response to the VDH, Fauquier County reported 5 new hospitalizations Oct. 7, two on Oct. 8 one on Oct. 10 and one Oct. 13. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August. The county has reported 278 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 82 new hospitalizations at this time. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 37,695 (2,110 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 76.

In Thursday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 676 folks hospitalized, 122 have been older than 80 years outdated; 123 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 131 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 132 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-nine have been youthful than 50. (For 9 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and eight between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized; one in every of these was reported Tuesday, Oct. 12. Within the state, 522 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 601 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 14 states that 1,533 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,595) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however is declining.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 14 is 393. It’s the primary time it’s dropped beneath 400 since Aug. 26.

2 hundred and forty-three COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 69,986 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 37,613.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,848.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (61 instances and 5 deaths) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,244 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,515 instances and 4,397 deaths); 1,782 outbreaks in congregate settings; 275 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 202 in correctional amenities; 133 in school settings; 411 in childcare settings and 670 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. A brand new class referred to as “fitness center” was added Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH knowledge, there have been 29 outbreaks (225 instances) in gyms because the starting of the pandemic.

There have been a complete of 4,746 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Saturday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia — besides Loudoun, Fairfax and Arlington counties (now rated substantial). (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (158 for Fauquier) and % positivity (10.45% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 14, 11,002,245 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68.6% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 61.6% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 81.4% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 73.3% are totally vaccinated.

A median 20,570 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 62.3% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 56.6% are totally vaccinated (2.5% have acquired a booster shot). About 74.6% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 67.8%. About 3.2% of adults have acquired a booster shot.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 66.5% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (52.2% are totally vaccinated, 0.1% have acquired a booster). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 76.6% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (67.8% totally vaccinated, 3.8% have acquired a booster); for these aged 65 and older, 90.3% have acquired a minimum of one dose (81.5% totally vaccinated, 11.5% have acquired a booster).

About 58.6% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (52.2% totally vaccinated, 0.1% have had boosters); 74.6% of these 18 and older (67.8% totally vaccinated, 3.2% have had boosters) and 89.1% of these 65 and older (81.4% totally vaccinated, 9% have had boosters).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 75.7% have acquired one dose; 68.1% are totally vaccinated and three.5% have acquired a booster shot. In Fauquier, 73% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 66.3% are totally vaccinated and a pair of.9% have acquired booster photographs.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Oct. 2, there have been 34,691 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (0.7% of vaccinated folks), up greater than 7,000 instances from final week; 1,287 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (0.025% of vaccinated folks), up 226 from final Friday; and there have been 381 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (0.0074% of totally vaccinated folks). There have been 108 deaths in totally vaccinated folks since Oct. 1.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 at a price 6.5 occasions increased than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13: Fauquier County reported 21 new instances of COVID-19 this morning; yesterday the county reported 13. The seven-day common of instances is 20. Fauquier has reported 6,720 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,359 at this time; yesterday’s whole was 2,012. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 897,978 whole reported instances (228,453 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,220. It has been dropping since Sept. 14, when it was 3,689.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,168 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,390 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 55,372 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 107,286 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over eighty.

As of Oct. 13 the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 7.6%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.3%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 10.3% as of Oct. 13.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 12, 404 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system. The full consists of 290 college students and 114 workers members.

There are at the moment 46 energetic instances of COVID-19, 27 college students and 9 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 7, due to contact with constructive instances, 202 college students are at the moment quarantining – 10 fewer than final week. 5 workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 22 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 12). There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 25 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 6, 1 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 12) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 61 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 7 and 1 on Oct. 12) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23 and Oct. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 24 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 7 and a pair of on Oct. 12) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 12) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1, 3 on Oct. 4 and three on Oct. 7) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 34 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27, 3 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 6) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20, Sept. 21 and Oct. 12) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 17 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4, 2 on Oct. 5 and a pair of on Oct. 7) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 4 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 3 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22, Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 28 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 8 and a pair of on Oct. 12) There are 3 energetic instances.

Fauquier reported a COVID-19 fatality at this time; the county additionally reported a demise on Friday, Oct. 8. The county has reported a complete of 83 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 237 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 103 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 62 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 32 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 31 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, one other little one between 10 and 19 died, reported Oct. 12, making the ninth because the starting of the pandemic. A VDH spokesman stated the one who died was 19 years outdated and lived within the Richmond Metropolis Well being District. The fatality of a kid between 10 and 19 was additionally reported on Sept. 30.

A baby between 0 and 9 years outdated died Sept. 29, the state’s fifth.

Wednesday, the VDH reported 66 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia. It’s the best variety of deaths reported in at some point since March 9, when 109 residents had been reported killed by COVID-19. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,285 (2,105 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 41.

After 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, October gave the impression to be beginning out higher for Fauquier County. There have been solely two within the first six days. However in response to the VDH, Fauquier County reported 5 new hospitalizations Oct. 7, two on Oct. 8 one on Oct. 10 and one at this time, for a complete of 11 for October thus far. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August. The county has reported 273 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 99 new hospitalizations at this time. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 37,613 (2,101 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 76.

In Wednesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 670 folks hospitalized, 122 have been older than 80 years outdated; 122 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 127 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 132 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-eight have been youthful than 50. (For 9 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and eight between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized; one in every of these was reported Tuesday, Oct. 12. Within the state, 519 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 600 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 13 states that 1,576 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,615) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however is declining.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 13 is 422.

2 hundred and sixty COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 69,881 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 37,613.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,849.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (61 instances and 5 deaths) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,242 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,461 instances and 4,394 deaths); 1,777 outbreaks in congregate settings; 275 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 201 in correctional amenities; 133 in school settings; 407 in childcare settings and 662 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. A brand new class referred to as “fitness center” was added Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH knowledge, there have been 29 outbreaks (225 instances) in gyms because the starting of the pandemic.

There have been a complete of 4,726 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, together with 21 new outbreaks in Ok-12 settings. Three thousand, nine-hundred and ninety-nine instances have been attributed to Ok-12 outbreaks, and three deaths.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Saturday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia — besides Loudoun, Fairfax and Charles Metropolis counties (now rated substantial). (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (178 for Fauquier) and % positivity (10.3% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 13, 10,973,649 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68.5% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 61.5% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 81.3% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 73.2% are totally vaccinated.

A median 20,872 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 62.2% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 56.5% are totally vaccinated (2.3% have acquired a booster shot). About 74.5% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 67.8%. About 3% of adults have acquired a booster shot.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 66.4% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (57.9% are totally vaccinated, 0.1% have acquired a booster). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 76.5% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (68.9% totally vaccinated, 3.6% have acquired a booster); for these aged 65 and older, 90.2% have acquired a minimum of one dose (83.6% totally vaccinated, 11% have acquired a booster).

About 58.5% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (52.2% totally vaccinated, 0.1% have had boosters); 74.5% of these 18 and older (67.8% totally vaccinated, 3% have had boosters) and 89% of these 65 and older (81.4% totally vaccinated, 8.6% have had boosters).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 72.9% have acquired one dose; 68% are totally vaccinated and three.3% have acquired a booster shot. In Fauquier, 73% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 66.2% are totally vaccinated and a pair of.7% have acquired booster photographs.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Oct. 2, there have been 34,691 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (0.7% of vaccinated folks), up greater than 7,000 instances from final week; 1,287 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (0.025% of vaccinated folks), up 226 from final Friday; and there have been 381 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (0.0074% of totally vaccinated folks). There have been 108 deaths in totally vaccinated folks since Oct. 1.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 at a price 6.5 occasions increased than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

TUESDAY, OCT. 12: Fauquier County reported 13 new instances of COVID-19 this morning. The seven-day common of instances is 23. Fauquier has reported 6,699 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,012 at this time. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 888,159 whole reported instances (227,711 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,443.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,156 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,372 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 55,087 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 106,887 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over eighty.

As of Oct. 12 the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 7.8%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.3%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 11.3% as of Oct. 12.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 12, 394 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system. The full consists of 282 college students and 112 workers members.

There are at the moment 36 energetic instances of COVID-19, 27 college students and 9 staffers – 33 fewer than on Saturday.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 7, due to contact with constructive instances, 202 college students are at the moment quarantining – 10 fewer than final week. 5 workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 24 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 7) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 60 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5 and 1 on Oct. 7) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23 and Oct. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 22 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4 and 1 on Oct. 6) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1, 3 on Oct. 4 and three on Oct. 7) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 33 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27 and three on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 6) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 17 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4, 2 on Oct. 5 and a pair of on Oct. 7) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 4 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 3 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22, Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 26 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.

Fauquier misplaced an area resident to COVID-19 on Friday, Oct. 8. The county has reported a complete of 82 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 236 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 103 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 62 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 31 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 31 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, one other little one between 10 and 19 has died, making the ninth because the starting of the pandemic. A VDH spokesman stated the one who died was 19 years outdated and lived within the Richmond Metropolis Well being District. The fatality of a kid between 10 and 19 was additionally reported on Sept. 30.

A baby between 0 and 9 years outdated died Sept. 29, the state’s fifth.

Tuesday, the VDH reported 44 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,219 (2,096 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 38. That quantity typically had been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18, however could also be exhibiting indicators of a decline.

After 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, October gave the impression to be beginning out higher for Fauquier County. There have been solely two within the first six days. However in response to the VDH, Fauquier County reported 5 new hospitalizations Oct. 7, two on Oct. 8 and yet one more on Oct. 10 for a complete of 10 for October thus far. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August. The county has reported 272 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 53 new hospitalizations at this time. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 37,514 (2,093 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 74.

In Tuesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 665 folks hospitalized, 121 have been older than 80 years outdated; 121 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 123 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 132 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-seven have been youthful than 50. (For 11 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and eight between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized; one in every of these was reported at this time. Within the state, 516 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 599 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 12 states that 1,585 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,646) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however is on the decline.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 12 is 426.






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2 hundred and sixty-seven COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 69,749 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 37,514.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,846.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (61 instances and 5 deaths) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,239 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,385 instances and 4,389 deaths); 1,774 outbreaks in congregate settings; 275 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 200 in correctional amenities; 133 in school settings; 407 in childcare settings and 641 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,698 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, 40 greater than Friday, together with 16 outbreaks in Ok-12 settings.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Saturday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia — besides Loudoun, Fairfax and Arlngton counties (now rated substantial). (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (165 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.3% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

The info beneath is as of Oct. 11.

As of Oct. 11, 10,694,251 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68.5% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 61.1% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 81.3% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 72.6% are totally vaccinated.

A median 11,176 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state. On Sept. 30, it fell beneath 10,000 for the primary time since Jan. 6, however has since rebounded considerably.

To date, about 62.3% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 56.2% are totally vaccinated. About 74.6% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 67.4%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 66.3% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (57.5% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 76.5% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (68.4% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 90.4% have acquired a minimum of one dose (83.1% totally vaccinated).

About 58.5% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (52% totally vaccinated); 74.6% of these 18 and older (67.4% totally vaccinated) and 89.2% of these 65 and older (81.3% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 75.6% have acquired one dose; 67.5% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 73% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 65.9% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Oct. 2, there have been 34,691 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (0.7% of vaccinated folks), up greater than 7,000 instances from final week; 1,287 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (0.025% of vaccinated folks), up 226 from final Friday; and there have been 381 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (0.0074% of totally vaccinated folks). There have been 108 deaths in totally vaccinated folks since Oct. 1.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 at a price 6.5 occasions increased than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

SATURDAY, OCT. 9: The weekly COVID-19 replace offered Oct. 8 by the College of Virginia Biocomplexity Institute provided a number of takeaways:

  • Case charges throughout Virginia proceed to fall, and most well being districts (31 of 35) are in “decline,” with no districts in “surge” this week.
  • Total case charges stay excessive, and the danger of an infection continues to be vital. We could have made it over the crest of the Delta wave, however we nonetheless have an extended approach to go.
  • Hospitalizations and deaths sometimes lag reported instances, and we should still see small will increase in each within the subsequent few weeks.
  • Fashions predict a continued sluggish decline, however the risk for one more surge brought on by winter climate and journey stays.

The report added, Final week … noticed the state-wide reproductive quantity dip beneath one, indicating we could have crested the delta wave. The fashions counsel we might see this decline proceed for months.

“These findings are trigger for celebration, however we aren’t out of the woods but. Case charges and hospitalizations stay excessive. That is notably true in southwest Virginia which continues to be seeing excessive prevalence charges and having hospital capability points. Furthermore, statewide weekly common COVID-19 deaths topped 45 per day on Oct. 4, the best they have been since March 15. With the information of declining case charges, it is very important do not forget that at this very second we’re nonetheless in a interval of excessive transmission, and we should always not calm down our guard simply but.”

The Virginia Division of Well being does replace its web site on Saturdays or Sundays. They won’t be up to date on Oct. 11 both due to Indigenious Folks’s Day/Columbus Day. The data beneath is basically from Friday, Oct. 8. The varsity division data is from Oct. 9; knowledge from the CDC and the VHHA is as of Oct. 9 as nicely.

Fauquier County reported 32 new instances this morning, 23 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 25. Fauquier has reported 6,636 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,836 at this time; yesterday the full was 2,886 instances. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 888,159 whole reported instances (225,180 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,690.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,144 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,334 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 54,235 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 105,732 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over eighty.

As of Oct. 8, the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 8%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 9.7%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 11.7% as of Oct. 8.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 9, 394 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system. The full consists of 282 college students and 112 workers members.

There are at the moment 69 energetic instances of COVID-19, 51 college students and 18 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 7, due to contact with constructive instances, 202 college students are at the moment quarantining – 10 fewer than final week. 5 workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 24 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 7) There are 8 energetic instances.
  • 60 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5 and 1 on Oct. 7) There are 8 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23 and Oct. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 22 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 7) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4 and 1 on Oct. 6) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1, 3 on Oct. 4 and three on Oct. 7) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 33 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27 and three on Sept. 29) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 6) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 17 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4, 2 on Oct. 5 and a pair of on Oct. 7) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 4 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 3 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22, Sept. 24 and 1 on Oct. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 26 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 8) There are 3 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced an area resident to COVID-19, in response to reporting on Friday, Oct. 8. The county has reported a complete of 82 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 235 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 102 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 62 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 31 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 31 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, it was introduced Sept. 29 {that a} little one died, the fifth younger little one in Virginia to succumb to the sickness. Logan Anderson, public data officer for the VDH, stated the kid lived within the Jap Well being District, however no different data was launched. Information experiences have stated that the kid who died was a 10-year-old lady from Suffolk.

On Sept. 30, the VDH knowledge revealed that one other little one — between 10 and 19 years outdated — has died. The fatality, too, was recorded within the Jap Well being Area of the state. No different data has been launched. The demise was the eighth of a 10- to 19-year-old.

Friday, the VDH reported 44 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, after reporting 32 on Thursday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,075 (2,050 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 38. That quantity typically had been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18, however could also be exhibiting indicators of a decline.

After 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, October gave the impression to be beginning out higher for Fauquier County. There have been solely two within the first six days. However in response to the VDH, Fauquier County reported 5 new hospitalizations Thursday and two on Friday. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August. The county has reported 271 because the starting of the pandemic.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Oct. 6 that there are 10 COVID-19 sufferers being handled within the hospital.

The state added 102 new hospitalizations at this time, 78 yesterday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 37,264 (2,077 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 79.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 661 folks hospitalized, 120 have been older than 80 years outdated; 120 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 122 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 130 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-three have been youthful than 50. (For 16 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 7 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized – one in every of these was recorded Sept. 30. Within the state, 502 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 592 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 9 states that 1,653 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,748) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however is on the decline.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 9 is 442.

2 hundred and seventy-nine COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 69,520 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 37,264 (this quantity is as of Oct. 8).

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,845.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (61 instances and 5 deaths) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,235 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,292 instances and 4,376 deaths); 1,758 outbreaks in congregate settings; 275 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 199 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 405 in childcare settings and 625 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,658 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Saturday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia — besides Fairfax and Arlngton counties (now rated substantial). (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (169 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.58% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 9, 10,677,782 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68.4% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 61% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 81.2% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 72.5% are totally vaccinated.

A median 10,743 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state. On Sept. 30, it fell beneath 10,000 for the primary time since Jan. 6, however has since rebounded some.

To date, about 62.2% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 56.1% are totally vaccinated. About 74.5% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 67.3%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 66.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (57.3% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 76.4% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (68.3% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 90.3% have acquired a minimum of one dose (83% totally vaccinated).

About 58.5% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (51.9% totally vaccinated); 74.5% of these 18 and older (67.3% totally vaccinated) and 89.2% of these 65 and older (81.3% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 75.5% have acquired one dose; 67.3% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.9% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 65.8% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Oct. 2, there have been 34,691 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (.7% of vaccinated folks), up greater than 7,000 instances from final week; 1,287 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.025% of vaccinated folks), up 226 from final Friday; and there have been 273 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0074% of totally vaccinated folks). There have been 108 deaths in totally vaccinated folks since final Friday.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 at a price 6.5 occasions increased than than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

FRIDAY, OCT. 8: Fauquier County reported 32 new instances this morning, 23 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 25. Fauquier has reported 6,636 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,836 at this time; yesterday the full was 2,886 instances. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 888,159 whole reported instances (225,180 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,690.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,144 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,334 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 54,235 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 105,732 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over eighty.

As of Oct. 8, the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 8.2%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 9.3%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 11.7% as of Oct. 8.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 8, 390 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 11 greater than yesterday. The full consists of 282 college students and 108 workers members.

There are at the moment 65 energetic instances of COVID-19, 51 college students and 14 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 7, due to contact with constructive instances, 202 college students are at the moment quarantining – 10 fewer than final week. 5 workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 24 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5, 1 on Oct. 6 and 1 on Oct. 7) There are 8 energetic instances.
  • 60 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5 and 1 on Oct. 7) There are 8 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23 and Oct. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 22 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 7) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4 and 1 on Oct. 6) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1, 3 on Oct. 4 and three on Oct. 7) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 33 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27 and three on Sept. 29) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 6) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 17 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4, 2 on Oct. 5 and a pair of on Oct. 7) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 3 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 3 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22 and Sept. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 25 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced an area resident to COVID-19 this morning. The county has reported a complete of 82 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 235 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 102 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 62 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 31 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 31 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, it was introduced Sept. 29 {that a} little one died, the fifth younger little one in Virginia to succumb to the sickness. Logan Anderson, public data officer for the VDH, stated the kid lived within the Jap Well being District, however no different data was launched. Information experiences have stated that the kid who died was a 10-year-old lady from Suffolk.

On Sept. 30, the VDH knowledge revealed that one other little one — between 10 and 19 years outdated — has died. The fatality, too, was recorded within the Jap Well being Area of the state. No different data has been launched. The demise was the eighth of a 10- to 19-year-old.

Friday, the VDH reported 44 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, after reporting 32 on Thursday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,075 (2,050 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 38. That quantity typically had been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18, however could also be exhibiting indicators of a decline.

After 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, October gave the impression to be beginning out higher for Fauquier County. There have been solely two within the first six days. However in response to the VDH, Fauquier County reported 5 new hospitalizations Thursday and two on Friday. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August. The county has reported 271 because the starting of the pandemic.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Oct. 6 that there are 10 COVID-19 sufferers being handled within the hospital.

The state added 102 new hospitalizations at this time, 78 yesterday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 37,264 (2,077 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 79.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 661 folks hospitalized, 120 have been older than 80 years outdated; 120 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 122 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 130 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-three have been youthful than 50. (For 16 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 7 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized – one in every of these was recorded Sept. 30. Within the state, 502 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 592 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge was not up to date for Oct. 8, however knowledge for Oct. 7 states that 1,669 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19 – 125 fewer than had been reported yesterday. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,813) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however is on the decline.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 7 is 460.

2 hundred and seventy-eight COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 69,205 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 37,264.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,845.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (56 instances) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,235 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,292 instances and 4,376 deaths); 1,758 outbreaks in congregate settings; 275 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 199 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 405 in childcare settings and 625 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,658 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Friday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia — besides Loudoun, Fairfax and Arlngton counties (now rated substantial). (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (162 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.7% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

Vaccine data has not been up to date for Thursday or Friday. The info beneath is from Oct. 6.

As of Oct. 6, 10,630,604 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 60.7% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.9% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 72.2% are totally vaccinated.

A median 9,524 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state. On Sept. 30, it fell beneath 10,000 for the primary time since Jan. 6.

To date, about 62% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.9% are totally vaccinated. About 74.3% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 67%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 65.8% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (56.9% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 76.1% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (68% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 90% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.8% totally vaccinated).

About 58.3% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (51% totally vaccinated); 74.3% of these 18 and older (67% totally vaccinated) and 89% of these 65 and older (81.1% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 75.2% have acquired one dose; 67% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.7% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 65.5% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 7.9 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.5 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

THURSDAY, OCT. 7: Fauquier County reported 23 new instances this morning, 40 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 24. Fauquier has reported 6,604 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,886; yesterday the full was 3,919 instances. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 885,323 whole reported instances (224,229 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,650.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,131 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,326 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 53,876 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 105,274 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over eighty.

As of Oct. 7, the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 8.2%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 9.3%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 11.9% as of Oct. 7.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 6, 379 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 273 college students and 106 workers members.

There are at the moment 54 energetic instances of COVID-19, 42 college students and 12 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Oct. 7, due to contact with constructive instances, 202 college students are at the moment quarantining – 10 fewer than final week. 5 workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4, 1 on Oct. 5 and 1 on Oct. 6) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 59 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4 and 1 on Oct. 5) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 6) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 21 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Oct. 6) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Oct. 4 and 1 on Oct. 6) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 12 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1 and three on Oct. 4) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 33 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27 and three on Sept. 29) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 6) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 15 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4 and a pair of on Oct. 5) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 3 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22 and Sept. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 25 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced residents to COVID-19 Sept. 24, 26 and 29 and two on Sept. 25. The county additionally reported a fatality on Sept. 17, two Sept. 14 and one on Sept. 9. The county has reported a complete of 81 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 233 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 102 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 62 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 30 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 30 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, it was introduced Sept. 29 {that a} little one died, the fifth younger little one in Virginia to succumb to the sickness. Logan Anderson, public data officer for the VDH, stated the kid lived within the Jap Well being District, however no different data was launched. Information experiences have stated that the kid who died was a 10-year-old lady from Suffolk.

On Sept. 30, the VDH knowledge revealed that one other little one — between 10 and 19 years outdated — has died. The fatality, too, was recorded within the Jap Well being Area of the state. No different data has been launched. The demise was the eighth of a 10- to 19-year-old.

Thursday, the VDH reported 32 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, after reporting 44 on Wednesday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 13,031 (2,045 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 40. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18, however could also be exhibiting indicators of a decline.

After 37 hospitalizations had been reported in September, October gave the impression to be beginning out higher for Fauquier County. There have been solely two within the first six days. However in response to the VDH, Fauquier County reported 5 new hospitalizations this morning. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August. The county has reported 269 because the starting of the pandemic.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Oct. 6 that there are 10 COVID-19 sufferers being handled within the hospital.

The state added 78 new hospitalizations at this time, 90 yesterday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 37,162 (2,066 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 75.

In Thursday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 661 folks hospitalized, 119 have been older than 80 years outdated; 119 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 121 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 129 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-four have been youthful than 50. (For 19 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 7 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized – one in every of these was recorded Sept. 30. Within the state, 498 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 592 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 7 states that 1,669 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19 – 125 fewer than had been reported yesterday. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,813) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however is on the decline.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 7 is 460.






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2 hundred and seventy-eight COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 69,205 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 37,162.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,845.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (56 instances) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,233 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,292 instances and 4,376 deaths); 1,783 outbreaks in congregate settings; 274 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 198 in correctional amenities; 133 in school settings; 404 in childcare settings and 623 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,648 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, 20 greater than yesterday.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Thursday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia — besides Fairfax and Arlngton counties (now rated substantial). (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (172 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.9% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

Vaccine data has not been up to date for Thursday. The info beneath is from Oct. 6.

As of Oct. 6, 10,630,604 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 60.7% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.9% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 72.2% are totally vaccinated.

A median 9,524 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state. On Sept. 30, it fell beneath 10,000 for the primary time since Jan. 6.

To date, about 62% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.9% are totally vaccinated. About 74.3% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 67%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 65.8% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (56.9% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 76.1% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (68% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 90% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.8% totally vaccinated).

About 58.3% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (51% totally vaccinated); 74.3% of these 18 and older (67% totally vaccinated) and 89% of these 65 and older (81.1% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 75.2% have acquired one dose; 67% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.7% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 65.5% are totally vaccinated.

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 6: After recording simply seven constructive COVID-19 instances Oct. 5, the county reported 40 new instances this morning. The seven-day common of instances is 24. Fauquier has reported 6,581 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 3,919, greater than twice as many as yesterday’s 1,428 instances. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 882,437 whole reported instances (223,435 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,685; it has been on the decline since Sept. 14, however jumped up at this time.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,115 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,309 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 53,533 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 104,766 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

For perspective, in each the state and within the well being district, there have been extra constructive instances in 10 to 19 yr olds than there have been in these 60 to 69, or 70 to 79 or over eighty.

As of Oct. 6, the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 8.3%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.1%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 12.21% as of Oct. 6.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 6, 375 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 269 college students and 106 workers members.

There are at the moment 50 energetic instances of COVID-19, 38 college students and 12 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 30, due to contact with constructive instances, 212 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 235. Seven workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 22 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4 and 1 on Oct. 5) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 59 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1, 1 on Oct. 4 and 1 on Oct. 5) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 10 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 21 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Oct.1 and 1 on Oct. 5) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23 and 1 on Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 12 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1 and three on Oct. 4) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 33 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27 and three on Sept. 29) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 15 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4 and a pair of on Oct. 5) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14 and Oct. 5) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 3 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 5) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22 and Sept. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 25 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced residents to COVID-19 Sept. 24, 26 and 29 and two on Sept. 25. The county additionally reported a fatality on Sept. 17, two Sept. 14 and one on Sept. 9. The county has reported a complete of 81 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 232 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 101 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 62 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 30 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 30 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, it was introduced Sept. 29 {that a} little one died, the fifth younger little one in Virginia to succumb to the sickness. Logan Anderson, public data officer for the VDH, stated the kid lived within the Jap Well being District, however no different data was launched. Information experiences have stated that the kid who died was a 10-year-old lady from Suffolk.

On Sept. 30, the VDH knowledge revealed that one other little one — between 10 and 19 years outdated — has died. The fatality, too, was recorded within the Jap Well being Area of the state. No different data has been launched. The demise was the eighth of a 10- to 19-year-old.

Wednesday, the VDH reported 44 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, after reporting 47 on Tuesday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,999 (2,041 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 43. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Oct. 6 that there are 10 COVID-19 sufferers being handled within the hospital.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one hospitalization Oct. 1, however eliminated one on Monday morning. The county has reported 20 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 37 in September. The county has reported 264 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 90 new hospitalizations at this time, 81 yesterday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 37,084 (2,054 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 74.

In Wednesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 652 folks hospitalized, 119 have been older than 80 years outdated; 118 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 119 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 128 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-one have been youthful than 50. (For 17 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 7 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized – one in every of these was recorded Sept. 30. Within the state, 499 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 591 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 6 states that 1,794 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,893) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however is on the decline.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 6 is 468.

2 hundred and seventy-nine COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 69,027 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 36,994.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,844.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (56 instances) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,230 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,144 instances and 4,364 deaths); 1,783 outbreaks in congregate settings; 273 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 195 in correctional amenities; 133 in school settings; 402 in childcare settings and 612 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,628 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Wednesday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia — besides Fairfax and Arlngton counties (now rated substantial). (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (157 for Fauquier) and % positivity (12.21% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 6, 10,630,604 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 60.7% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.9% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 72.2% are totally vaccinated.

A median 9,524 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state. On Sept. 30, it fell beneath 10,000 for the primary time since Jan. 6.

To date, about 62% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.9% are totally vaccinated. About 74.3% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 67%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 65.8% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (56.9% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 76.1% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (68% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 90% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.8% totally vaccinated).

About 58.3% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (51% totally vaccinated); 74.3% of these 18 and older (67% totally vaccinated) and 89% of these 65 and older (81.1% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 75.2% have acquired one dose; 67% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.7% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 65.5% are totally vaccinated.

TUESDAY, OCT. 5: Fauquier County recorded simply seven constructive COVID-19 instances Oct. 5, after reporting 22 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 23. Fauquier has reported 6,541 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 1,428, down from 1,749 yesterday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 878,518 whole reported instances of COVID in Virginia (. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,575; it has been on the decline since Sept. 14.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,101 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,281 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 53,206 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 104,340 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

As of Oct. 4, the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 8.5%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.4%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity score for Fauquier County is at 12.54% as of Oct. 5.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 5, 368 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 263 college students and 105 workers members.

There are at the moment 50 energetic instances of COVID-19, 37 college students and 13 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 30, due to contact with constructive instances, 212 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 235. Seven workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 21 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30, 2 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 58 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 10 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 21 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct.1) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23 and 1 on Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14 and a pair of on Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 12 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Oct. 1 and three on Oct. 4) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 33 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27 and three on Sept. 29) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 13 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct. 4) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 3 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 24) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 13 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Oct. 1 and 1 on Oct. 4) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 6 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22 and Sept. 24) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 25 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced residents to COVID-19 Sept. 24, 26 and 29 and two on Sept. 25. The county additionally reported a fatality on Sept. 17, two Sept. 14 and one on Sept. 9. The county has reported a complete of 81 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 231 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 101 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 61 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 30 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 30 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, it was introduced Sept. 29 {that a} little one died, the fifth younger little one in Virginia to succumb to the sickness. Logan Anderson, public data officer for the VDH, stated the kid lived within the Jap Well being District, however no different data was launched. Information experiences have stated that the kid who died was a 10-year-old lady from Suffolk.

On Sept. 30, the VDH knowledge revealed that one other little one — between 10 and 19 years outdated — has died. The fatality, too, was recorded within the Jap Well being Area of the state. No different data has been launched. The demise was the eighth of a 10- to 19-year-old.

Tuesday, the VDH reported 47 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, after reporting 24 on Monday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,955 (2,026 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 44. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated that after being above 10, the variety of COVID sufferers within the hospital fell beneath 10 on Sept. 28.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one hospitalization Oct. 1, however eliminated one on Monday morning. The county has reported 20 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 37 in September. The county has reported 264 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 81 new hospitalizations at this time, 60 yesterday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 36,994 (2,049 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 78.

In Tuesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 649 folks hospitalized, 117 have been older than 80 years outdated; 118 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 119 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 128 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-two have been youthful than 50. (For 15 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 7 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized – one in every of these was recorded Sept. 30. Within the state, 500 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 586 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 5 states that 1,807 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,893) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however seems to be on the decline. The quantity dropped by 57 since yesterday.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 5 is 458, down from 479 yesterday.

2 hundred and eighty-eight COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist, down from 295 yesterday.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 68,891 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 36,994.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,844.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (56 instances) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,229 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,139 instances and 4,361 deaths); 1,780 outbreaks in congregate settings; 273 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 194 in correctional amenities; 133 in school settings; 400 in childcare settings and 602 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,611 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, 27 greater than had been reported yesterday.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Monday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia — besides Fairfax and Arlngton counties (now rated substantial). (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (157 for Fauquier) and % positivity (12.54% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 5, 10,621,554 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 60.6% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.8% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 72.1% are totally vaccinated.

A median 9,721 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state. The quantity had been dropping for greater than per week and yesterday was the primary time it’s fallen beneath 10,000 since Jan. 6.

To date, about 62% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.8% are totally vaccinated. About 74.2% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 67%. These numbers are unchanged from yesterday.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 65.7% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (56.9% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 76% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (67.9% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.9% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.8% totally vaccinated).

About 58.2% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (50.9% totally vaccinated); 74.2% of these 18 and older (67% totally vaccinated) and 88.9% of these 65 and older (81.1% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 75.1% have acquired one dose; 66.9% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.6% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 65.4% are totally vaccinated.

The COVID-19 mannequin developed by College of Virginia’s Biocomplexity Institute and printed on the Virginia Division of Well being web site on Oct. 1 gives these takeaways:

  • Statewide, the variety of confirmed instances had begun to say no, and 25 native well being districts are in declining or plateau trajectories. Transmission charges have additionally dropped statewide and in all areas.
  • Ten native well being districts stay in development trajectories, together with 2 in surge trajectories.
  • Beneath the present course, the mannequin tasks instances have already peaked, nevertheless situations present there may be nonetheless potential for a big vacation surge just like the one skilled final yr.

The report added some historic perspective: “Final week, the variety of COVID-19 deaths surpassed the variety of deaths brought on by the 1918 influenza pandemic, making COVID-19 the deadliest infectious illness in U.S. historical past. Like COVID-19, the 1918 flu was a respiratory illness, and most of the identical measures that stop flu stop COVID-19.

“Nonetheless, it’s a stretch to say the illnesses are comparable. The common age of demise from the 1918 flu was 28, whereas COVID-19 deaths are concentrated amongst seniors to date. Flu tends to unfold by contact with droplets, whereas the proof suggests aerosol transmission is vital with COVID-19.

“COVID-19 is happening in a far completely different surroundings as nicely. In 1918, there was no vaccine or remedy out there for the flu. In 2021, trendy hospitals geared up with ICU items and ventilators have saved many lives, and a COVID-19 vaccine that drastically reduces the danger of an infection, extreme illness and demise is extensively out there.

“The most recent COVID-19 wave, brought on by the Delta Variant is likewise completely different from earlier waves. Delta is much extra transmissible, and, although extreme outcomes are nonetheless uncommon, poses a larger threat to younger Virginians.

“The surroundings has modified as nicely. Most public well being restrictions, comparable to masks mandates, have been lifted, and 60% of Virginians are totally vaccinated. Though it’s extra transmissible and harmful, the Delta wave has brought on solely about 40% of the instances skilled throughout final winter’s surge — a minimum of thus far. Proper now, the Delta wave seems to have peaked. Nonetheless, the sharpest development final yr occurred over the vacations, starting round Thanksgiving.

“The large query proper now could be whether or not Virginia will expertise a repeat of final winter’s surge, with this new variant, on this new surroundings. As famous final week, this largely depends upon whether or not Virginians select to get vaccinated, together with boosters when eligible and follow different prevention measures.

MONDAY, OCT. 4: Fauquier County recorded 22 constructive COVID-19 instances Oct. 4, 27 on Saturday and on Sunday. The seven-day common of instances is 25. Fauquier has reported 6,534 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 1,749. (Case counts are often decrease on Mondays.) In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 877,090 whole reported instances (221,489 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,748; it has been on the decline since Sept. 14.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,091 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,263 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 52,830 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 103,871 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

As of Oct. 4, the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 8.5%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.2%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity for Fauquier County is at 12.04% as of Oct. 4.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 2, 357 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 254 college students and 103 workers members.

There are at the moment 40 energetic instances of COVID-19, 29 college students and 11 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 30, due to contact with constructive instances, 212 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 235. Seven workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 20 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30 and a pair of on Oct. 1) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 57 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 10 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 21 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct.1) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 23) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 17 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 33 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27 and three on Sept. 29) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 12 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16 and 1 on Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 3 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 24) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 12 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Oct. 1 ) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22 and Sept. 24) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 25 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced residents to COVID-19 Sept. 24, 26 and 29 and two on Sept. 25. The county additionally reported a fatality on Sept. 17, two Sept. 14 and one on Sept. 9. The county has reported a complete of 81 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 230 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 101 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 61 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 30 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 29 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, it was introduced Sept. 29 {that a} little one died, the fifth younger little one in Virginia to succumb to the sickness. Logan Anderson, public data officer for the VDH, stated the kid lived within the Jap Well being District, however no different data was launched. Information experiences have stated that the kid who died was a 10-year-old lady from Suffolk.

On Sept. 30, the VDH knowledge revealed that one other little one — between 10 and 19 years outdated — has died. The fatality, too, was recorded within the Jap Well being Area of the state. No different data has been launched. The demise was the eighth of a 10- to 19-year-old.

Monday, the VDH reported 24 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, after reporting 43 on Saturday and 35 on Sunday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,908 (2,022 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 45. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated that after being above 10, the variety of COVID sufferers within the hospital fell beneath 10 on Sept. 28.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one hospitalization Oct. 1, however eliminated one on Monday morning. The county has reported 20 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 37 thus far in September. The county has reported 264 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 60 new hospitalizations at this time, 94 on Saturday and 48 on Sunday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 36,913 (2,033 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 79.

In Monday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 643 folks hospitalized, 117 have been older than 80 years outdated; 117 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 119 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 127 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-two have been youthful than 50. (For 11 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 7 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized – one in every of these was recorded Sept. 30. Within the state, 496 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 587 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 4 states that 1,832 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1950) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however seems to be on the decline. The quantity dropped by 56 since Saturday.






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In keeping with the VHHA, the variety of COVID-19 hospitalizations, intensive care sufferers and sufferers on ventilators is dropping.




The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 4 is 479. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

2 hundred and ninety-five COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist, 14 fewer than Saturday.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 68,812 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 36,913.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,841.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (56 instances, up from 29 instances reported Thursday) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,225 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 35,066 instances and 4,358 deaths); 1,772 outbreaks in congregate settings; 271 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 194 in correctional amenities; 133 in school settings; 397 in childcare settings and 592 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,584 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Monday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia — besides Highland County (low transmission) and Fairfax and Arlngton counties (substantial). (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)






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Present seven-days is Sept. 26 to Oct. 2 for case price and Sept. 24 to Sept. 30 for % positivity.




The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (157 for Fauquier) and % positivity (12.04% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%. The numbers for Fauquier have dropped since Saturday morning, after they represented 197 instances per 100,000 and a positivity price of 10.22%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Oct. 4, 10,609,562 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 60.6% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.7% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 72.1% are totally vaccinated.

A median 9,636 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state. The quantity has been dropping for greater than per week and is the primary time it’s fallen beneath 10,000 since Jan. 6.

To date, about 62% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.8% are totally vaccinated. About 74.2% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 67%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 65.7% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (56.7% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.9% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (67.8% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.8% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.7% totally vaccinated).

About 58.2% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (50.9% totally vaccinated); 74.2% of these 18 and older (67% totally vaccinated) and 88.9% of these 65 and older (81% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 75% have acquired one dose; 66.9% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.6% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 65.4% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 25, there have been 27,318 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances), up simply 392 instances from final week; 1,061 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.021% of whole hospitalizations), up solely eight from final Friday; and there have been 273 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0054% of whole deaths). There have been no deaths in vaccinated folks since final Friday.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 7.9 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.5 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

The COVID-19 mannequin developed by College of Virginia’s Biocomplexity Institute and printed on the Virginia Division of Well being web site on Oct. 1 gives these takeaways:

  • Statewide, the variety of confirmed instances had begun to say no, and 25 native well being districts are in declining or plateau trajectories. Transmission charges have additionally dropped statewide and in all areas.
  • Ten native well being districts stay in development trajectories, together with 2 in surge trajectories.
  • Beneath the present course, the mannequin tasks instances have already peaked, nevertheless situations present there may be nonetheless potential for a big vacation surge just like the one skilled final yr.

The report added some historic perspective: “Final week, the variety of COVID-19 deaths surpassed the variety of deaths brought on by the 1918 influenza pandemic, making COVID-19 the deadliest infectious illness in U.S. historical past. Like COVID-19, the 1918 flu was a respiratory illness, and most of the identical measures that stop flu stop COVID-19.

“Nonetheless, it’s a stretch to say the illnesses are comparable. The common age of demise from the 1918 flu was 28, whereas COVID-19 deaths are concentrated amongst seniors to date. Flu tends to unfold by contact with droplets, whereas the proof suggests aerosol transmission is vital with COVID-19.

“COVID-19 is happening in a far completely different surroundings as nicely. In 1918, there was no vaccine or remedy out there for the flu. In 2021, trendy hospitals geared up with ICU items and ventilators have saved many lives, and a COVID-19 vaccine that drastically reduces the danger of an infection, extreme illness and demise is extensively out there.

“The most recent COVID-19 wave, brought on by the Delta Variant is likewise completely different from earlier waves. Delta is much extra transmissible, and, although extreme outcomes are nonetheless uncommon, poses a larger threat to younger Virginians.

“The surroundings has modified as nicely. Most public well being restrictions, comparable to masks mandates, have been lifted, and 60% of Virginians are totally vaccinated. Though it’s extra transmissible and harmful, the Delta wave has brought on solely about 40% of the instances skilled throughout final winter’s surge — a minimum of thus far. Proper now, the Delta wave seems to have peaked. Nonetheless, the sharpest development final yr occurred over the vacations, starting round Thanksgiving.

“The large query proper now could be whether or not Virginia will expertise a repeat of final winter’s surge, with this new variant, on this new surroundings. As famous final week, this largely depends upon whether or not Virginians select to get vaccinated, together with boosters when eligible and follow different prevention measures.

SATURDAY, OCT 2: The COVID-19 mannequin developed by College of Virginia’s Biocomplexity Institute and printed on the Virginia Division of Well being web site on Oct. 1 gives these takeaways:

  • Statewide, the variety of confirmed instances had begun to say no, and 25 native well being districts are in declining or plateau trajectories. Transmission charges have additionally dropped statewide and in all areas.
  • Ten native well being districts stay in development trajectories, together with 2 in surge trajectories.
  • Beneath the present course, the mannequin tasks instances have already peaked, nevertheless situations present there may be nonetheless potential for a big vacation surge just like the one skilled final yr.

The report added some historic perspective: “Final week, the variety of COVID-19 deaths surpassed the variety of deaths brought on by the 1918 influenza pandemic, making COVID-19 the deadliest infectious illness in U.S. historical past. Like COVID-19, the 1918 flu was a respiratory illness, and most of the identical measures that stop flu stop COVID-19.

“Nonetheless, it’s a stretch to say the illnesses are comparable. The common age of demise from the 1918 flu was 28, whereas COVID-19 deaths are concentrated amongst seniors to date. Flu tends to unfold by contact with droplets, whereas the proof suggests aerosol transmission is vital with COVID-19.

“COVID-19 is happening in a far completely different surroundings as nicely. In 1918, there was no vaccine or remedy out there for the flu. In 2021, trendy hospitals geared up with ICU items and ventilators have saved many lives, and a COVID-19 vaccine that drastically reduces the danger of an infection, extreme illness and demise is extensively out there.

“The most recent COVID-19 wave, brought on by the Delta Variant is likewise completely different from earlier waves. Delta is much extra transmissible, and, although extreme outcomes are nonetheless uncommon, poses a larger threat to younger Virginians.

“The surroundings has modified as nicely. Most public well being restrictions, comparable to masks mandates, have been lifted, and 60% of Virginians are totally vaccinated. Though it’s extra transmissible and harmful, the Delta wave has brought on solely about 40% of the instances skilled throughout final winter’s surge — a minimum of thus far. Proper now, the Delta wave seems to have peaked. Nonetheless, the sharpest development final yr occurred over the vacations, starting round Thanksgiving.

“The large query proper now could be whether or not Virginia will expertise a repeat of final winter’s surge, with this new variant, on this new surroundings. As famous final week, this largely depends upon whether or not Virginians select to get vaccinated, together with boosters when eligible and follow different prevention measures.”

The next knowledge from the VDH is from Friday, Oct. 1. The VDH doesn’t replace its web site on Saturdays or Sundays. The data from the varsity division is as of Oct. 2, as is the information on hospitalizations from the VHHA and the info on charges of transmission from the CDC.

Fauquier County recorded 19 constructive COVID-19 instances Oct. 1, 27 Sept. 30 and 33 Sept. 29. The seven-day common of instances is 22. Fauquier has reported 6,458 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,552 Oct. 1 after reaching 3,132 Sept. 30. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 869,328 whole reported instances (218,779 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,780; it has been on the decline since Sept. 14.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,069 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,229 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 52,033 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 102,925 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

As of Oct. 1, the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 8.8%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity for Fauquier County is at 11.59% as of Oct. 2.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 2, 357 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 254 college students and 103 workers members.

There are at the moment 53 energetic instances of COVID-19, 36 college students and 17 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 30, due to contact with constructive instances, 212 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 235. Seven workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 20 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30 and a pair of on Oct. 1) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 57 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 10 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 30 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 21 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Oct.1) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 23) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 6 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 1 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 3 on Aug. 24 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 33 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27 and three on Sept. 29) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Oct. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 12 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16 and 1 on Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 3 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 24) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 12 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Oct. 1 ) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22 and Sept. 24) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 25 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Oct. 1) There are 5 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced residents to COVID-19 Sept. 24, 26 and 29 and two on Sept. 25. The county additionally reported a fatality on Sept. 17, two Sept. 14 and one on Sept. 9. The county has reported a complete of 81 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 229 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 101 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 61 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 29 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 29 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, it was introduced Sept. 29 {that a} little one died, the fifth younger little one in Virginia to succumb to the sickness. Logan Anderson, public data officer for the VDH, stated the kid lived within the Jap Well being District, however no different data was launched. Information experiences have stated that the kid who died was a 10-year-old lady from Suffolk.

Thursday morning, the VDH knowledge revealed that one other little one — between 10 and 19 years outdated — has died. The fatality, too, was recorded within the Jap Well being Area of the state. No different data has been launched. The demise was the eighth of a 10- to 19-year-old.

Friday, the VDH reported 56 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, after reporting 54 yesterday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,806 (1,990 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 42. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated that after being above 10, the quantity fell beneath 10 on Sept. 28.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one hospitalization Thursday and two new hospitalizations Tuesday. The county has reported 20 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 37 thus far in September. The county has reported 264 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 73 new hospitalizations at this time, 72 on Thursday and 116 on Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 36,711 (2,016 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 83.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 641 folks hospitalized, 116 have been older than 80 years outdated; 117 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 119 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 127 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-two have been youthful than 50. (For 10 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 7 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized – one in every of these was recorded Thursday. Within the state, 484 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 579 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 2 states that 1,881 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,006) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however seems to be on the decline.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 1 is 495. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and 9 COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist, 30 fewer than yesterday.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 68,704 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 36,711.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,841.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (56 instances, up from 29 instances reported Thursday) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,222 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,984 instances and 4,346 deaths); 1,765 outbreaks in congregate settings; 270 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 194 in correctional amenities; 133 in school settings; 394 in childcare settings and 583 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported (9 greater than yesterday). There have been a complete of 4,561 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Friday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (160 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.59% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%. The numbers for Fauquier have dropped since Saturday morning, after they represented 197 instances per 100,000 and a positivity price of 10.22%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

The data beneath is from Sept. 30, apart from the breakthrough instances knowledge; that’s present.

As of Sept. 30, 10,568,939 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 67.8% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 60.3% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.5% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 71.8% are totally vaccinated.

A median 12,243 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state. The quantity has been dropping for greater than per week.

To date, about 61.8% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.5% are totally vaccinated. About 74% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 66.7%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 65.4% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (56.3% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.7% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (67.5% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.4% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.5% totally vaccinated).

About 58% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (50.6% totally vaccinated); 74% of these 18 and older (66.7% totally vaccinated) and 88.7% of these 65 and older (80.9% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 74.8% have acquired one dose; 66.6% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.4% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 65.1% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 25, there have been 27,318 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances), up simply 392 instances from final week; 1,061 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.021% of whole hospitalizations), up solely eight from final Friday; and there have been 273 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0054% of whole deaths). There have been no deaths in vaccinated folks since final Friday.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 7.9 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.5 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

FRIDAY, OCT. 1: Fauquier County recorded 19 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 27 yesterday and 33 Wednesday. The seven-day common of instances is 22. Fauquier has reported 6,458 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,552 at this time after reaching 3,132 Thursday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 869,328 whole reported instances (218,779 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,780; it has been on the decline since Sept. 14.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,069 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,229 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 52,033 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 102,925 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

As of Oct. 1, the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 8.8%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity for Fauquier County is at the moment at 9.18%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Oct. 1, 347 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 246 college students and 101 workers members.

There are at the moment 50 energetic instances of COVID-19, 34 college students and 16 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 30, due to contact with constructive instances, 212 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 235. Seven workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 18 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 30) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 56 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28, 1 on Sept. 29 and 1 on Sept. 30) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Sept. 30) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 21 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 27) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 23) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 33 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27 and three on Sept. 29) There are 8 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 12 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16 and 1 on Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 3 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 24) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22 and Sept. 24) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 24 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 4 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 Wednesday, one Sunday, two on Saturday and one final Friday. The county additionally reported a fatality on Sept. 17, two Sept. 14 and one on Sept. 9. The county has reported a complete of 81 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 229 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 101 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 61 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 29 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 29 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, it was introduced Sept. 29 {that a} little one died, the fifth younger little one in Virginia to succumb to the sickness. Logan Anderson, public data officer for the VDH, stated the kid lived within the Jap Well being District, however no different data was launched. Information experiences have stated that the kid who died was a 10-year-old lady from Suffolk.

Thursday morning, the VDH knowledge revealed that one other little one — between 10 and 19 years outdated — has died. The fatality, too, was recorded within the Jap Well being Area of the state. No different data has been launched. The demise was the eighth of a 10- to 19-year-old.

Right this moment the VDH reported 56 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, after reporting 54 yesterday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,806 (1,990 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 42. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated that after being above 10, the quantity fell beneath 10 on Sept. 28.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one hospitalization Thursday and two new hospitalizations Tuesday. The county has reported 20 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 37 thus far in September. The county has reported 264 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 73 new hospitalizations at this time, 72 on Thursday and 116 on Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 36,711 (2,016 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 83.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 641 folks hospitalized, 116 have been older than 80 years outdated; 117 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 119 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 127 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-two have been youthful than 50. (For 10 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 7 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized – one in every of these was recorded Thursday. Within the state, 484 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 579 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Oct. 1 states that 1,898 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,037) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however seems to be on the decline.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Oct. 1 is 512. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and thirty-nine COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 68,609 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 36,711.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,841.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (56 instances, up from 29 instances reported yesterday) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,222 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,984 instances and 4,346 deaths); 1,765 outbreaks in congregate settings; 270 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 194 in correctional amenities; 133 in school settings; 394 in childcare settings and 583 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported (9 greater than yesterday). There have been a complete of 4,561 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Friday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (148 for Fauquier) and % positivity (9.18% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%. The numbers for Fauquier have dropped since Saturday morning, after they represented 197 instances per 100,000 and a positivity price of 10.22%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

Vaccine knowledge has not been up to date. The data beneath is from Sept. 30, apart from the breakthrough instances knowledge; that’s present.

As of Sept. 30, 10,568,939 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 67.8% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 60.3% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.5% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 71.8% are totally vaccinated.

A median 12,243 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state. The quantity has been dropping for greater than per week.

To date, about 61.8% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.5% are totally vaccinated. About 74% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 66.7%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 65.4% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (56.3% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.7% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (67.5% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.4% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.5% totally vaccinated).

About 58% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (50.6% totally vaccinated); 74% of these 18 and older (66.7% totally vaccinated) and 88.7% of these 65 and older (80.9% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 74.8% have acquired one dose; 66.6% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.4% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 65.1% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 25, there have been 27,318 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in totally vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances), up simply 392 instances from final week; 1,061 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.021% of whole hospitalizations), up solely eight from final Friday; and there have been 273 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0054% of whole deaths). There have been no deaths in vaccinated folks since final Friday.

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 7.9 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.5 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 30: Fauquier County recorded 27 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 33 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 23. Fauquier has reported 6,439 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 3,132 at this time after reaching 3,151 Wednesday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 866,776 whole reported instances (217,780 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,828; it has been on the decline since Sept. 14.

Within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,061 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,214 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 51,692 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 102,430 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

As of Sept. 30, the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 8.9%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 9.9%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity for Fauquier County is at the moment at 8.71%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 29, 344 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 243 college students and 101 workers members.

There are at the moment 47 energetic instances of COVID-19, 31 college students and 16 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 23, due to contact with constructive instances, 235 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 259. Seven workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 17 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 28) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 55 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 27, 1 on Sept. 28 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 21 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 27) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 23) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 33 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27 and three on Sept. 29) There are 8 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 12 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16 and 1 on Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 3 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 24) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 29) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22 and Sept. 24) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 24 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21, 2 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 29) There are 4 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 Wednesday, one Sunday, two on Saturday and one final Friday. The county additionally reported a fatality on Sept. 17, two Sept. 14 and one on Sept. 9. The county has reported a complete of 81 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 230 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 101 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 61 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 30 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 29 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died.

Within the state, it was introduced Sept. 29 {that a} little one died, the fifth younger little one in Virginia to succumb to the sickness. Logan Anderson, public data officer for the VDH, stated the kid lived within the Jap Well being District, however no different data was launched. Information experiences have stated that the kid who died was a 10-year-old lady from Suffolk.

This morning, the VDH knowledge revealed that one other little one — between 10 and 19 years outdated — has died. The fatality, too, was recorded within the Jap Well being Area of the state. No different data has been launched. The demise was the eighth of a 10- to 19-year-old.

Right this moment the VDH reported 54 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, after reporting 49 yesterday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,750 (1,982 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 41. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated that after being above 10, the quantity fell beneath 10 on Sept. 28.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one hospitalization this morning and two new hospitalizations Tuesday. The county has reported 20 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 37 thus far in September. The county has reported 264 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 72 new hospitalizations at this time, 116 on Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 36,638 (2,008 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 84.

In Thursday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 640 folks hospitalized, 115 have been older than 80 years outdated; 117 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 118 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 126 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-two have been youthful than 50. (For 12 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 7 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized – yet one more than yesterday. Within the state, 483 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 576 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 30 states that 1,986 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,067) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however seems to be plateauing.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 30 is 527. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and thirty-six COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 67,812 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 36,638.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,834.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (29 instances) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,220 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,958 instances and 4,342 deaths); 1,760 outbreaks in congregate settings; 270 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 193 in correctional amenities; 133 in school settings; 392 in childcare settings and 578 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported (9 greater than yesterday). There have been a complete of 4,546 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Wednesday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (148 for Fauquier) and % positivity (8.71% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%. The numbers for Fauquier have dropped since Saturday morning, after they represented 197 instances per 100,000 and a positivity price of 10.22%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Sept. 30, 10,568,939 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 67.8% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 60.3% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.5% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 71.8% are totally vaccinated.

A median 12,243 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state. The quantity has been dropping for greater than per week.

To date, about 61.8% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.5% are totally vaccinated. About 74% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 66.7%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 65.4% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (56.3% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.7% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (67.5% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.4% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.5% totally vaccinated).

About 58% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (50.6% totally vaccinated); 74% of these 18 and older (66.7% totally vaccinated) and 88.7% of these 65 and older (80.9% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 74.8% have acquired one dose; 66.6% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.4% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 65.1% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 18, there have been 26,926 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances); 1,053 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.021% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 273 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0054% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 7.4 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29: Fauquier County recorded 33 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 17 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 23. Fauquier has reported 6,412 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 3,151 at this time after reaching 2,641 Tuesday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 863,644 whole reported instances (217,081 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 2,919; it has been on the decline since Sept. 14.

As of Sept. 29 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,050 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,193 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 51,316 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 101,930 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

As of Sept. 29, the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 9%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 9.3%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity for Fauquier County is at the moment at 8.03%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 29, 334 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 238 college students and 96 workers members.

There are at the moment 37 energetic instances of COVID-19, 26 college students and 11 staffers.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 23, due to contact with constructive instances, 235 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 259. Seven workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 17 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 28) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 54 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 27 and 1 on Sept. 28) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 20 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20 and a pair of on Sept. 24) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 27) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 23) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 30 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27) There are 5  energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 12 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16 and 1 on Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 3 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 24) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 10 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 22) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 3 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9 and on Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22 and Sept. 24) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic cass.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21 and a pair of on Sept. 22) There are 3 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 at this time, one Sunday, two on Saturday and one on Friday. The county additionally reported a fatality on Sept. 17 and two Sept. 14. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. The county has reported a complete of 81 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, together with 9 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 227 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 99 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 60 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 30 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 29 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, it was introduced at this time that one other little one between 0 and 9 years outdated has died, the fifth younger little one within the state. Logan Anderson, public data officer for the VDH, stated the kid lived within the Jap Well being District, however no different data was launched. Because the begin of the pandemic seven youngsters  between 10 and 19 have died.

Right this moment the VDH reported 49 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, after reporting 55 yesterday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,696 (1,979 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 41. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated that after being above 10, the quantity fell beneath 10 on Sept. 28.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported two new hospitalizations Tuesday. The county has reported 19 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 36 thus far in September. The county has reported 263 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 116 new hospitalizations at this time, 88 on Tuesday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 36,566 (2,011 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 90.

In Wednesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 634 folks hospitalized, 114 have been older than 80 years outdated; 117 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 117 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 125 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and fifty-one have been youthful than 50. (For 10 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 6 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 483 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 575 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 29 states that 2,033 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,093) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however seems to be plateauing.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 29 is 533. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and twenty-eight COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 67,706 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 36,566.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,834.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (29 instances) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,219 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,953 instances and 4,335 deaths); 1,755 outbreaks in congregate settings; 268 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 193 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 391 in childcare settings and 569 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,527 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Wednesday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (166 for Fauquier) and % positivity (8.08% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%. The numbers for Fauquier have dropped since Saturday morning, after they represented 197 instances per 100,000 and a positivity price of 10.22%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

The vaccine knowledge has not been up to date for Sept. 29. The data beneath is from Tuesday, Sept. 28.

As of Sept. 28, 10,544,780 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 67.6% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 60.2% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.3% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 71.6% are totally vaccinated.

A median 12,403 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state. The quantity has been dropping for greater than per week.

To date, about 61.7% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.5% are totally vaccinated. About 73.9% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 66.6%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 65.2% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (56.1% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.5% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (67.4% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.4% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.4% totally vaccinated).

About 58% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (50.5% totally vaccinated); 73.9% of these 18 and older (66.6% totally vaccinated) and 88.6% of these 65 and older (80.8% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 74.6% have acquired one dose; 66.4% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.3% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 65% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 18, there have been 26,926 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances); 1,053 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.021% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 273 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0054% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 7.4 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 28: Fauquier County recorded 17 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 13 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 21. Fauquier has reported 6,379 instances because the starting of the pandemic.



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Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,641 at this time after reaching 1,997 Monday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 860,493 whole reported instances (215,994 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,003; it has been on the decline since Sept. 14.

As of Sept. 28 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,041 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,171 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 50,936 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 101,372 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

As of Sept. 28, the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 9.1%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 8.7%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity for Fauquier County is at the moment 8.19%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 28, 331 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 236 college students and 95 workers members.

There are at the moment 46 energetic instances of COVID-19, 33 college students and 13 staffers. Sixteen folks got here off the record over the weekend.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 23, due to contact with constructive instances, 235 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 259. Seven workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 16 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23 and 1 on Sept. 24) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 53 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 27) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7, 2 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 20 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20 and a pair of on Sept. 24) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 24 and 1 on Sept. 27) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 23) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 30 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21, 1 on Sept. 22 and 1 on Sept. 27) There are 5  energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 12 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 16 and 1 on Sept. 27) There may be 1 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 3 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 24) There may be one energetic case.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 22) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9 and on Sept. 14) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 case at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22 and Sept. 24) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17 and Sept. 27) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21 and a pair of on Sept. 22) There are 3 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 Sunday, after dropping two on Saturday and one on Friday. The county additionally reported a fatality on Sept. 17 and two Sept. 14. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. The county has reported a complete of 80 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, 5 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 224 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 98 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 59 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 29 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 29 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

Right this moment the VDH reported 55 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, after reporting solely three yesterday. (Reported deaths are often decrease on Sundays and Mondays.) The state hasn’t reported 55 deaths in at some point since March 12. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,657 (1,973 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 40. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated that after being above 10, the quantity fell beneath 10 on Sept. 28.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported two new hospitalizations at this time. The county has reported 19 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 36 thus far in September. The county has reported 263 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 88 new hospitalizations at this time, 61 on Monday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 36,450 (2,007 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 87.

In Tuesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 630 folks hospitalized, 111 have been older than 80 years outdated; 115 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 117 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 125 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and forty-nine have been youthful than 50. (For 13 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 6 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 481 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 567 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 28 states that 2,111 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,112) rose dramatically between July 11 and Sept. 9, however seems to be plateauing.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 28 is 552. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and thirty-nine COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 67,570 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 36,450.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,833 – 22 greater than yesterday.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (29 instances) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,214 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,898 instances and 4,331 deaths); 1,751 outbreaks in congregate settings; 268 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 192 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 390 in childcare settings and 565 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,512 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Tuesday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (166 for Fauquier) and % positivity (8.19% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%. The numbers for Fauquier have dropped since Saturday morning, after they represented 197 instances per 100,000 and a positivity price of 10.22%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

The vaccine knowledge has not been up to date for Sept. 28. The data beneath is from Monday, Sept. 27.

As of Sept. 27, 10,532,362 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 67.5% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 60.1% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.2% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 71.5% are totally vaccinated.

A median 13,532 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 61.7% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.4% are totally vaccinated. About 73.8% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 66.5%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 65.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (55.9% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.4% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (67.3% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.3% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.4% totally vaccinated).

About 57.9% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (50.4% totally vaccinated); 73.8% of these 18 and older (66.5% totally vaccinated) and 88.5% of these 65 and older (80.8% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 74.5% have acquired one dose; 66.3% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.3% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 64.9% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 18, there have been 26,926 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances); 1,053 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.021% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 273 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0054% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 7.4 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

The weekly COVID-19 modeling report, created by the UVA Biocomplexity Institute and posted on the Virginia Division of Well being web site Sept. 24, gives these key takeaways:

  • Total case price development has slowed, however traits are blended throughout the commonwealth, with a lot of the southwest nonetheless in “surge.”
  • Virginia could also be “cresting the height” of this Delta wave, however case charges and neighborhood transmission stay fairly excessive.
  • Although fashions forecast an imminent peak, adopted by a sluggish decline in instances, masking and social distancing are nonetheless the most suitable choice for limiting short-term impacts in your neighborhood.
  • Fashions additionally counsel that if transmission patterns mirror these of fall and winter 2020, we may even see a bigger peak in January.
  • Vaccines stay the simplest approach to cut back instances within the long-term, in addition to shield in opposition to hospitalization and demise.

The map depicting the state by well being districts and their caseloads is markedly completely different than final week. Eight well being districts are thought-about in surge; final week there have been 12. However the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District was in a plateau final week; this week it’s thought-about to be in “sluggish development.”

The modeling report considers what could lie forward for the autumn and winter months: “The UVA crew in contrast the seasonal transmissibility of 2020 to 2021, and located that the 2 are “practically similar” if adjusted for the Delta variant’s elevated infectiousness. The autumn/winter2020 state of affairs assumes the identical enhance will occur in 2021 and provides the results of Delta.

“Now we have a bonus over 2020, with {a partially} vaccinated inhabitants and pure immunity. However while you account for Delta’s elevated transmission charges, and waning immunity, this path takes us to a far increased peak than we have ever seen. Fashions counsel the potential January 2022 peak might attain 8,000 instances a day in Virginia.

MONDAY, SEPT. 27: Fauquier County recorded 13 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 19 yesterday and 29 on Saturday. The seven-day common of instances is 22. Fauquier has reported 6,362 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 1,997 at this time after reaching 2,568 Sunday and three,422 Saturday. (Case numbers are often decrease on Sundays and Mondays.) In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 857,852 whole reported instances (215,122 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,102.

As of Sept. 27 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,005 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,110 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 50,583 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 100,910 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

As of Sept. 27, the seven-day positivity price for the state (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 9.2%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. The VDH web site has not up to date the testing knowledge for particular person well being districts since Sept. 23; within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score at the moment was 8.9%. The Facilities for Illness Management experiences that the positivity for Fauquier County is at the moment 8.53%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 27, 325 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 231 college students and 94 workers members.

There are at the moment 40 energetic instances of COVID-19, 28 college students and 12 staffers. Sixteen folks got here off the record over the weekend.

Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 23, due to contact with constructive instances, 235 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 259. Seven workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There are 9 energetic instances.
  • 16 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23 and 1 on Sept. 24) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 52 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7 and a pair of on Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 20 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20 and a pair of on Sept. 24) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 6 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 24) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 23) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 29 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 22) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 16) There may be 1 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14)
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 3 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 24) There may be one energetic case.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 22) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16)
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9 and on Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 case at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22 and Sept. 24) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17)
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21 and a pair of on Sept. 22) There are 5 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 Sunday, after dropping two on Saturday and one on Friday. The county additionally reported a fatality on Sept. 17 and two Sept. 14. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. The county has reported a complete of 80 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, 5 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 221 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 98 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 58 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 27 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 29 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

Right this moment the VDH reported three COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, 32 yesterday and 46 Saturday. (Reported deaths are often decrease on Sundays and Mondays.) The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,592 (1,967 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 40. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 20 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, remaining just under or simply above 10. As of Sept. 20, it was 9, she stated.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported a brand new hospitalization Saturday, Sept. 25, one on Wednesday, Sept. 22, 4 new hospitalizations Sept. 18 and one on Sept. 19. The county has reported 17 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 34 thus far in September. The county has reported 261 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 61 new hospitalizations at this time, 45 on Sunday and 124 on Saturday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 36,362 (2,002 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 92.

In Monday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 625 folks hospitalized, 110 have been older than 80 years outdated; 111 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 117 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 125 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and forty-eight have been youthful than 50. (For 14 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 6 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 481 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 568 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 27 states that 2,068 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,126) has been rising since July 11, however it might be plateauing.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 27 is 540. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and fifty-one COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 67,412 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 36,362.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility final week. There have been additionally outbreaks reported Sept. 18, Sept. 8, Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,811.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (29 instances) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,211 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,855 instances and 4,331 deaths); 1,747 outbreaks in congregate settings; 266 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 191 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 386 in childcare settings and 558 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,491 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Monday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (166 for Fauquier) and % positivity (8.58% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%. The numbers for Fauquier have dropped since Saturday morning, after they represented 197 instances per 100,000 and a positivity price of 10.22%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Sept. 27, 10,532,362 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 67.5% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 60.1% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.2% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 71.5% are totally vaccinated.

A median 13,532 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 61.7% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.4% are totally vaccinated. About 73.8% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 66.5%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 65.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (55.9% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.4% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (67.3% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.3% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.4% totally vaccinated).

About 57.9% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (50.4% totally vaccinated); 73.8% of these 18 and older (66.5% totally vaccinated) and 88.5% of these 65 and older (80.8% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 74.5% have acquired one dose; 66.3% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.3% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 64.9% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 18, there have been 26,926 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances); 1,053 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.021% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 273 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0054% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 7.4 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

The weekly COVID-19 modeling report, created by the UVA Biocomplexity Institute and posted on the Virginia Division of Well being web site Sept. 24, gives these key takeaways:

  • Total case price development has slowed, however traits are blended throughout the commonwealth, with a lot of the southwest nonetheless in “surge.”
  • Virginia could also be “cresting the height” of this Delta wave, however case charges and neighborhood transmission stay fairly excessive.
  • Although fashions forecast an imminent peak, adopted by a sluggish decline in instances, masking and social distancing are nonetheless the most suitable choice for limiting short-term impacts in your neighborhood.
  • Fashions additionally counsel that if transmission patterns mirror these of fall and winter 2020, we may even see a bigger peak in January.
  • Vaccines stay the simplest approach to cut back instances within the long-term, in addition to shield in opposition to hospitalization and demise.

The map depicting the state by well being districts and their caseloads is markedly completely different than final week. Eight well being districts are thought-about in surge; final week there have been 12. However the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District was in a plateau final week; this week it’s thought-about to be in “sluggish development.”

The modeling report considers what could lie forward for the autumn and winter months: “The UVA crew in contrast the seasonal transmissibility of 2020 to 2021, and located that the 2 are “practically similar” if adjusted for the Delta variant’s elevated infectiousness. The autumn/winter2020 state of affairs assumes the identical enhance will occur in 2021 and provides the results of Delta.

“Now we have a bonus over 2020, with {a partially} vaccinated inhabitants and pure immunity. However while you account for Delta’s elevated transmission charges, and waning immunity, this path takes us to a far increased peak than we have ever seen. Fashions counsel the potential January 2022 peak might attain 8,000 instances a day in Virginia.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 25: The weekly COVID-19 modeling report, created by the UVA Biocomplexity Institute and posted on the Virginia Division of Well being web site Sept. 24, gives these key takeaways:

  • Total case price development has slowed, however traits are blended throughout the commonwealth, with a lot of the southwest nonetheless in “surge.”
  • Virginia could also be “cresting the height” of this Delta wave, however case charges and neighborhood transmission stay fairly excessive.
  • Although fashions forecast an imminent peak, adopted by a sluggish decline in instances, masking and social distancing are nonetheless the most suitable choice for limiting short-term impacts in your neighborhood.
  • Fashions additionally counsel that if transmission patterns mirror these of fall and winter 2020, we may even see a bigger peak in January.
  • Vaccines stay the simplest approach to cut back instances within the long-term, in addition to shield in opposition to hospitalization and demise.





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COVID-19 development trajectories by well being district, as of Sept. 24









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COVID-19 development trajectories by well being districts, as of Sept. 17.




The map depicting the state by well being districts and their caseloads is markedly completely different than final week. Eight well being districts are thought-about in surge; final week there have been 12. However the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District was in a plateau final week; this week it’s thought-about to be in “sluggish development.”

The modeling report considers what could lie forward for the autumn and winter months: “The UVA crew in contrast the seasonal transmissibility of 2020 to 2021, and located that the 2 are “practically similar” if adjusted for the Delta variant’s elevated infectiousness. The autumn/winter2020 state of affairs assumes the identical enhance will occur in 2021 and provides the results of Delta.

“Now we have a bonus over 2020, with {a partially} vaccinated inhabitants and pure immunity. However while you account for Delta’s elevated transmission charges, and waning immunity, this path takes us to a far increased peak than we have ever seen. Fashions counsel the potential January 2022 peak might attain 8,000 instances a day in Virginia.

VDH knowledge

Many of the data beneath is from Sept. 24. The VDH doesn’t replace its web site Saturdays or Sundays. The data from the VHHA (on hospitalizations) and from the CDC (on charges of transmission) is from Sept. 25. Information from the varsity division can be as of the morning of Sept. 25. The info on testing is from Sept. 23; the VDH didn’t replace that web page Friday. 

Fauquier County recorded 22 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 29 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 24. Fauquier has reported 6,301 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,886 at this time after reaching 3,767 Thursday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 849,865 whole reported instances (212,907 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,438.

As of Sept. 24 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,005 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,110 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 49,773 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 99,818 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

As of Sept. 23, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 9.7%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 8.9%. The VDH web site has not up to date the testing knowledge for Sept. 24.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 25, 325 constructive instances of COVID-19 (seven greater than yesterday) have been reported within the faculty system, 231 college students and 94 workers members.

There are at the moment 56 energetic instances of COVID-19 (two fewer than yesterday), 38 college students and 18 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 23, due to contact with constructive instances, 235 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 259. Seven workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 21 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20, 1 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 24). There are 9 energetic instances.
  • 16 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 23 and 1 on Sept. 24) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 52 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7 and a pair of on Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 20 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14, 1 on Sept. 20 and a pair of on Sept. 24) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 6 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 24) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 23) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 29 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 22) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 16) There may be 1 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14)
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 3 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 24) There may be one energetic case.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 22) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16)
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9 and on Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 case at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22 and Sept. 24) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17)
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21 and a pair of on Sept. 22) There are 5 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 at this time. The county additionally reported a fatality on Sept. 17 and two Sept. 14. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. The county has reported a complete of 77 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, 5 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 216 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 96 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 56 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 26 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 29 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

Right this moment the VDH reported 48 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, 54 yesterday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,511 (1,947 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 38. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 20 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, remaining just under or simply above 10. As of Sept. 20, it was 9, she stated.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported a brand new hospitalization Wednesday, one Sept. 22, 4 new hospitalizations Sept. 18 and one on Sept. 19. The county has reported 16 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 33 thus far in September. The county has reported 260 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 85 new hospitalizations at this time, 114 Thursday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 36,132 (1,999 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 103.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 623 folks hospitalized, 108 have been older than 80 years outdated; 111 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 117 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 125 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and forty-eight have been youthful than 50. (For 14 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 6 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 471 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 559 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 25 states that 2,099 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,144) has been rising since July 11, however it might be plateauing.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 24 is 534. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and forty COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 67,238 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 36,132 (as of Friday).

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility at this time. There have been additionally outbreaks reported Sept. 18, Sept. 8, Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,811.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (29 instances) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,209 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,813 instances and 4,329 deaths); 1,745 outbreaks in congregate settings; 266 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 191 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 387 in childcare settings and 552 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,482 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Saturday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (197 for Fauquier) and % positivity (10.22% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Sept. 24, 10,484,719 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 67.3% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 59.8% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 79.9% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 71.2% are totally vaccinated.

A median 13,656 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 61.5% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.2% are totally vaccinated. About 73.7% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 66.3%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 64.7% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (55.2% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.2% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (67% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.1% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.2% totally vaccinated).

About 57.4% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (50.1% totally vaccinated); 73.7% of these 18 and older (66.3% totally vaccinated) and 88.4% of these 65 and older (80.7% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 74.3% have acquired one dose; 66% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.1% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 64.7% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 18, there have been 26,926 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances); 1,053 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.021% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 273 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0054% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 7.4 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 24: Fauquier County recorded 22 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 29 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 24. Fauquier has reported 6,301 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,886 at this time after reaching 3,767 Thursday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 849,865 whole reported instances (212,907 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,438.

As of Sept. 24 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 1,005 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,110 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 49,773 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 99,818 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

As of Sept. 23, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 9.7%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 8.9%. The VDH web site has not up to date the testing knowledge for Sept. 24.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 24, 318 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 226 college students and 92 workers members. The quantity was 316 as of yesterday, 224 college students and 92 staffers.

There are at the moment 58 energetic instances of COVID-19, 40 college students and 18 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 23, due to contact with constructive instances, 235 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 259. Seven workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

Jeck tweeted out Sept. 13 that destructive “speedy checks” at the moment are being accepted as justification for ending quarantines. He added, “Nonetheless, if households choose the PCR take a look at, we’ll proceed to offer help for many who want it.”

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 20 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 21). There are 11 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 23) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 52 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7 and a pair of on Sept. 13) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 18 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 5 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 20) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13, 2 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 23) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 29 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 22) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 16) There may be 1 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14)
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 2 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 22) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16)
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9 and on Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13)
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 case at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22)
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17)
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21 and a pair of on Sept. 22) There are 5 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 at this time. The county additionally reported a fatality on Sept. 17 and two Sept. 14. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. The county has reported a complete of 77 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic, 5 in September.

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 216 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 96 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 56 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 26 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 29 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

Right this moment the VDH reported 48 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, 54 yesterday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,511 (1,947 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 38. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 20 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, remaining just under or simply above 10. As of Sept. 20, it was 9, she stated.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported a brand new hospitalization Wednesday, one Sept. 22, 4 new hospitalizations Sept. 18 and one on Sept. 19. The county has reported 16 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 33 thus far in September. The county has reported 260 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 85 new hospitalizations at this time, 114 Thursday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 36,132 (1,999 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 103.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 623 folks hospitalized, 108 have been older than 80 years outdated; 111 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 117 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 125 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and forty-eight have been youthful than 50. (For 14 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 6 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 471 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 559 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 24 states that 2,106 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,157) has been rising since July 11, however it might be plateauing.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 24 is 557. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and thirty-eight COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 66,371 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 36,132.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility at this time. There have been additionally outbreaks reported Sept. 18, Sept. 8, Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings.

One of many long-term care facilities in Fauquier is listed on the record of affected amenities. White Springs Senior Dwelling in Warrenton is reporting seven instances however no deaths. That outbreak is pending closure.

There have been a complete of 59 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 24 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,811.

One other long-term care outbreak is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (29 instances) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances. The outbreak at Trinity is pending closure; those at Dogwood and Autumn Care are in progress.

Within the state, there are 1,209 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,813 instances and 4,329 deaths); 1,745 outbreaks in congregate settings; 266 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 191 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 387 in childcare settings and 552 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,482 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Wednesday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (197 for Fauquier) and % positivity (10.88% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Sept. 24, 10,484,719 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 67.3% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 59.8% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 79.9% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 71.2% are totally vaccinated.

A median 13,656 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 61.5% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.2% are totally vaccinated. About 73.7% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 66.3%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 64.7% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (55.2% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.2% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (67% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.1% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.2% totally vaccinated).

About 57.4% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (50.1% totally vaccinated); 73.7% of these 18 and older (66.3% totally vaccinated) and 88.4% of these 65 and older (80.7% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 74.3% have acquired one dose; 66% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.1% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 64.7% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 18, there have been 26,926 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances); 1,053 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.021% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 273 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0054% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 7.4 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 23: Fauquier County recorded 29 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 19 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 26. Fauquier has reported 6,279 instances because the starting of the pandemic.






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COVID-19 instances in Virginia




Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 3,767 at this time after reaching 3,737 Tuesday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 846,979 whole reported instances (211,822 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,428, down from 3,487 yesterday.

As of Sept. 23 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 964 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,054 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 49,383 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 99,199 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

Right this moment, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 9.5%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 8.9%, a substantial drop since yesterday’s 11.7%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 23, 316 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 224 college students and 92 workers members.

There are at the moment 56 energetic instances of COVID-19, 38 college students and 18 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 16, due to contact with constructive instances, 259 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 284. Six workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

Jeck tweeted out Sept. 13 that destructive “speedy checks” at the moment are being accepted as justification for ending quarantines. He added, “Nonetheless, if households choose the PCR take a look at, we’ll proceed to offer help for many who want it.”

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 20 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 21). There are 11 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 51 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7 and a pair of on Sept. 13) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 18 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 5 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 20) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13 and a pair of on Sept. 17) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 29 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20, 2 on Sept. 21 and 1 on Sept. 22) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 16) There may be 1 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14)
  • 23 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 2 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 22) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17, 1 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 22) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16)
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9 and on Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13)
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 case at Pearson Elementary (Sept. 22)
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17)
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21 and a pair of on Sept. 22) There are 5 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 Sept. 17 after dropping two Sept. 14. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. The county has reported a complete of 76 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 






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Deaths in Virginia as a result of COVID-19




The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 214 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 96 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 56 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 25 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 28 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

Right this moment the VDH reported 54 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, 45 yesterday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,463 (1,940 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 37. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 20 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, remaining just under or simply above 10. As of Sept. 20, it was 9, she stated.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one other new hospitalization yesterday, one Sept. 22, 4 new hospitalizations Sept. 18 and one on Sept. 19. The county has reported 16 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 33 thus far in September. The county has reported 260 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 114 new hospitalizations at this time, 94 Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 36,047 (1,993 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 101.

In Thursday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 622 folks hospitalized, 108 have been older than 80 years outdated; 110 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 117 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 125 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and forty-eight have been youthful than 50. (For 14 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 6 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 471 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 554 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 23 states that 2,168 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,166) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 23 is 559. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and forty-five COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 66,178 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 36,047.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility Sept. 18. There was one Sept. 8; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings.

There have been a complete of 58 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 23 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,801.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances, up from 11 final week). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (20 instances, up from 5 instances final week) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances.

Within the state, there are 1,203 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,760 instances and 4,327 deaths); 1,737 outbreaks in congregate settings; 264 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 190 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 385 in childcare settings and 549 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,460 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Wednesday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (215 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.37% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Sept. 23, 10,470,868 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 67.2% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 59.7% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 79.8% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 71.1% are totally vaccinated.

A median 13,910 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 61.4% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.1% are totally vaccinated. About 73.6% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 66.2%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 64.6% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (55.1% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.1% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (66.9% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.1% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.2% totally vaccinated).

About 57.3% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (50% totally vaccinated); 73.6% of these 18 and older (66.2% totally vaccinated) and 88.4% of these 65 and older (80.7% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 74.2% have acquired one dose; 65.9% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 64.6% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 11, there have been 23,344 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances); 927 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.019% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 230 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0046% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 8 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22: Fauquier County recorded 19 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 22 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 28. Fauquier has reported 6,250 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 3,737 at this time after reaching 3,335 Tuesday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 843,212 whole reported instances (210,710 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,487, down from 3,534 yesterday.

As of Sept. 22 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 964 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,054 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 48,999 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 98,583 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

Right this moment, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 9.8%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 11.7%; it was 12% as of yesterday, the best it’s been since January.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 20, 309 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 222 college students and 87 workers members.

There are at the moment 49 energetic instances of COVID-19, 36 college students and 13 staffers. That’s 30 fewer energetic instances than had been reported Friday. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 16, due to contact with constructive instances, 259 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 284. Six workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

Jeck tweeted out Sept. 13 that destructive “speedy checks” at the moment are being accepted as justification for ending quarantines. He added, “Nonetheless, if households choose the PCR take a look at, we’ll proceed to offer help for many who want it.”

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 20 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17, 2 on Sept. 20 and 1 on Sept. 21). There are 11 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 51 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7 and a pair of on Sept. 13) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 18 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 5 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 20) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13 and a pair of on Sept. 17) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 28 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16, 1 on Sept. 20 and a pair of on Sept. 21) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20 and Sept. 21) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 16) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14)
  • 22 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 2 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16)
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9 and on Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13)
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17)
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 21 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10, 2 on Sept. 15 and 1 on Sept. 21) There are 7 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 Sept. 17 after dropping two Sept. 14. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. The county has reported a complete of 76 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 212 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 96 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 55 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 24 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 28 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

Right this moment the VDH reported 45 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, 52 yesterday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,409 (1,939 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 34. That quantity typically has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 20 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, remaining just under or simply above 10. As of Sept. 20, it was 9, she stated.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one other new hospitalization at this time, one yesterday, 4 new hospitalizations Saturday and one on Sunday. The county has reported 16 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 33 thus far in September. The county has reported 260 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 94 new hospitalizations at this time, 119 Tuesday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 35,933 (1,991 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 110.

In Wednesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 621 folks hospitalized, 108 have been older than 80 years outdated; 110 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 117 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 124 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and forty-seven have been youthful than 50. (For 15 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 6 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 467 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 544 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 22 states that 2,166 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,163) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 22 is 556. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and forty-seven COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 66,058 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 35,839.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility Saturday. There was one Sept. 8; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings.

There have been a complete of 58 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 23 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,790.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances, up from 11 final week). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (20 instances, up from 5 instances final week) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances.

Within the state, there are 1,198 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,614 instances and 4,321 deaths); 1,728 outbreaks in congregate settings; 262 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 189 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 383 in childcare settings and 547 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,439 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Wednesday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (215 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.44% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Sept. 22, 10,455,903 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 67.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 58.6% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 79.7% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 71% are totally vaccinated.

A median 14,069 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 61.4% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 55.1% are totally vaccinated. About 73.6% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 66.1%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 64.5% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (54.9% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (66.8% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.1% totally vaccinated).

About 57.2% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (49.9% totally vaccinated); 73.6% of these 18 and older (66.1% totally vaccinated) and 88.4% of these 65 and older (80.6% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 74.1% have acquired one dose; 65.8% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 71.9% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 64.5% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 11, there have been 23,344 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances); 927 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.019% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 230 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0046% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 8 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 21: Fauquier County recorded 22 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 15 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 30. Fauquier has reported 6,231 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 3,335 at this time after reaching 2,377 Monday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 839,475 whole reported instances (209,468 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,534, down from 3,580 yesterday.

As of Sept. 21 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 964 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 2,054 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 48,597cases in youngsters youthful than 10, 98,013 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

Right this moment, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 9.8%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 12%, the best it’s been since January.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 20, 304 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 218 college students and 86 workers members. That’s 20 extra instances than had been reported yesterday morning.

There are at the moment 59 energetic instances of COVID-19, 39 college students and 20 staffers. That’s 20 fewer energetic instances than had been reported Friday. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 16, due to contact with constructive instances, 259 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 284. Six workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

Jeck tweeted out Sept. 13 that destructive “speedy checks” at the moment are being accepted as justification for ending quarantines. He added, “Nonetheless, if households choose the PCR take a look at, we’ll proceed to offer help for many who want it.”

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 19 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16, 1 on Sept. 17 and a pair of on Sept. 20). There are 11 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 51 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7 and a pair of on Sept. 13) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 18 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 5 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13 and a pair of on Sept. 17) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 26 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 2 on Sept. 16 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 16) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14)
  • 22 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 3 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 17 and 1 on Sept. 20) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16)
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9 and on Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13)
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17)
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 20 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10 and a pair of on Sept. 15) There are 7 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 Sept. 17 after dropping two Sept. 14. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. The county has reported a complete of 76 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 212 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 96 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 55 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 24 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 28 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

Right this moment the VDH reported 52 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,364 (1,932 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 35. That quantity has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 20 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, remaining just under or simply above 10. As of Sept. 20, it was 9, she stated.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one new hospitalization at this time, 4 new hospitalizations Saturday and one on Sunday. The county has reported 15 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 32 thus far in September. The county has reported 259 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 119 new hospitalizations Tuesday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 35,839 (1,981 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 113.

In Tuesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 615 folks hospitalized, 108 have been older than 80 years outdated; 110 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 115 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 124 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and forty-six have been youthful than 50. (For 12 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 6 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 465 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 543 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 21 states that 2,158 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19, 53 greater than had been reported yesterday. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,161) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 21 is 567. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and forty-seven COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 65,879 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 35,839.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility Saturday. There was one Sept. 8; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 58 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 23 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,789.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances, up from 11 final week). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (20 instances, up from 5 instances final week) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances.

Within the state, there are 1,191 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities – 14 greater than on Friday — (leading to 34,568 instances and 4,314 deaths); 1,726 outbreaks in congregate settings; 262 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 188 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 381 in childcare settings and 543 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,423 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, 54 greater than on Friday.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Tuesday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (231 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.45% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

The data beneath is as of Sept. 20.

As of Sept. 20, 10,466,754 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 58.8% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.6% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 70.3% are totally vaccinated.

A median 14,458 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 62% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 54.4% are totally vaccinated. About 74.1% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 65.6%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 67.7% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (51.4% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.9% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (66.2% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.5% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82% totally vaccinated).

About 59.6% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (47.2% totally vaccinated); 74.1% of these 18 and older (65.6% totally vaccinated) and 88.6% of these 65 and older (80.4% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 75.1% have acquired one dose; 64.9% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.7% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 63.8% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 11, there have been 23,344 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances); 927 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.019% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 230 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0046% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 8 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

Within the weekly modeling report on COVID-19 accomplished Sept. 17 by the College of Virginia’s Biocomplexity Institute and printed on the Virginia Division of Well being web site, a map of the state exhibits which well being districts are exhibiting declining instances, plateauing instances, that are exhibiting a sluggish surge and that are plateauing. For this week, the Rappahanncock-Rapidan Well being District, which incorporates Fauquier, is in a plateau.

The RRHD is surrounded by areas the place instances are nonetheless rising, nevertheless. Circumstances in Virginia well being districts to the west are surging; instances to the east are experiencing a sluggish development in instances. The excellent news is that there are fewer than half as many well being districts in surge this week (12) as final week (26).

However as instances lower in some areas, hospitalizations are rising. UVA’s weekly report addresses a rising downside that could be a direct results of the excessive variety of hospitalizations from COVID-19. The report says, “A surge of COVID-19 sufferers is filling emergency rooms and pressing care facilities throughout the commonwealth, displacing sufferers with unrelated situations and overtaxing healthcare employees. As of Sept. 16, the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation is reporting 2,142 hospitalized COVID-19 sufferers, up practically 10-fold from the 233 sufferers recorded on July 16.

“Present hospitalization charges are increased than they’ve been at any level since mid-February, and smaller rural hospitals are struggling to maintain up. Southwest Virginia is being hit notably laborious, with some hospitals from Roanoke to Abingdon reporting close to capability situations.

“The supply of hospital beds shouldn’t be the one difficulty. Throughout the nation, it’s turning into more and more tough to maintain hospitals staffed, as burnout and fatigue have brought on shortages of nurses and physicians. Our neighbors are having simply as a lot hassle, as West Virginia and North Carolina report comparable situations, whereas Tennessee is deploying their Nationwide Guard to enhance hospital personnel.

“This surge straight places healthcare employees and first responders in danger, whereas probably compromising high quality of take care of all. It additionally causes burnout and fatigue for hospital personnel.”

Different key takeaways from the modeling report embody:

  • COVID-19 case price development has slowed, however case charges stay excessive.
  • Fashions proceed to forecast a peak in statewide case charges initially of October. Masking and social distancing stay the most suitable choice for limiting the short-term impression of this surge.
  • A repeat of surges seen over the 2020 vacation season might trigger a major burden for the hospital system. Rising vaccine uptake might stop hundreds of instances and cut back this burden.
  • The Delta variant has fully supplanted all different strains and now makes up over 99% of Virginia instances.

MONDAY, SEPT. 20: Within the weekly modeling report on COVID-19 accomplished Sept. 17 by the College of Virginia’s Biocomplexity Institute and printed on the Virginia Division of Well being web site, a map of the state exhibits which well being districts are exhibiting declining instances, plateauing instances, that are exhibiting a sluggish surge and that are plateauing. For this week, the Rappahanncock-Rapidan Well being District, which incorporates Fauquier, is in a plateau.






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COVID-19 development trajectories by well being districts, as of Sept. 17.




The RRHD is surrounded by areas the place instances are nonetheless rising, nevertheless. Circumstances in Virginia well being districts to the west are surging; instances to the east are experiencing a sluggish development in instances. The excellent news is that there are fewer than half as many well being districts in surge this week (12) as final week (26).

However as instances lower in some areas, hospitalizations are rising. UVA’s weekly report addresses a rising downside that could be a direct results of the excessive variety of hospitalizations from COVID-19. The report says, “A surge of COVID-19 sufferers is filling emergency rooms and pressing care facilities throughout the commonwealth, displacing sufferers with unrelated situations and overtaxing healthcare employees. As of Sept. 16, the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation is reporting 2,142 hospitalized COVID-19 sufferers, up practically 10-fold from the 233 sufferers recorded on July 16.

“Present hospitalization charges are increased than they’ve been at any level since mid-February, and smaller rural hospitals are struggling to maintain up. Southwest Virginia is being hit notably laborious, with some hospitals from Roanoke to Abingdon reporting close to capability situations.

“The supply of hospital beds shouldn’t be the one difficulty. Throughout the nation, it’s turning into more and more tough to maintain hospitals staffed, as burnout and fatigue have brought on shortages of nurses and physicians. Our neighbors are having simply as a lot hassle, as West Virginia and North Carolina report comparable situations, whereas Tennessee is deploying their Nationwide Guard to enhance hospital personnel.

“This surge straight places healthcare employees and first responders in danger, whereas probably compromising high quality of take care of all. It additionally causes burnout and fatigue for hospital personnel.”

Different key takeaways from the modeling report embody:

  • COVID-19 case price development has slowed, however case charges stay excessive.
  • Fashions proceed to forecast a peak in statewide case charges initially of October. Masking and social distancing stay the most suitable choice for limiting the short-term impression of this surge.
  • A repeat of surges seen over the 2020 vacation season might trigger a major burden for the hospital system. Rising vaccine uptake might stop hundreds of instances and cut back this burden.
  • The Delta variant has fully supplanted all different strains and now makes up over 99% of Virginia instances.

Fauquier County recorded 15 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 26 on Saturday and 33 on Sunday. The seven-day common of instances is 31. Fauquier has reported 6,209 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,377 at this time, after reaching 4,212 Friday, 3,650 Saturday and a pair of,916 Sunday. (Reported case numbers are nearly at all times decrease on Sundays and Mondays.) In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 836,140 whole reported instances (208,297) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,580.

As of Sept. 20 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 913 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 1,931 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 48,220 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 97,526 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

Right this moment, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 9.8%; it has been reducing since Sept. 9. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 11.9%, the best it’s been since Jan. 9.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 20, 297 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 212 college students and 85 workers members. That’s 13 extra instances than had been reported on Friday morning.

There are at the moment 79 energetic instances of COVID-19, 53 college students and 26 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 16, due to contact with constructive instances, 259 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 284. Six workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

Jeck tweeted out Sept. 13 that destructive “speedy checks” at the moment are being accepted as justification for ending quarantines. He added, “Nonetheless, if households choose the PCR take a look at, we’ll proceed to offer help for many who want it.”

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 17 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15, 3 on Sept 16 and 1 on Sept. 17). There are 10 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 50 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9, 1 on Sept. 10 and three on Sept. 17) There are 13 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7 and a pair of on Sept. 13) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 17 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10 and one on Sept. 14) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13 and a pair of on Sept. 17) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 3 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23, Aug. 25 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 25 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9 and a pair of on Sept. 16) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27 and Sept. 17) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 16) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14)
  • 22 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10, 1 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 3 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 6 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16)
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9 and on Sept. 14) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13)
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 7 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 14 and 1 on Sept. 17) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary (Sept. 17)
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 20 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10 and a pair of on Sept. 15) There are 9 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 Sept. 17 after dropping two Sept. 14. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. The county has reported a complete of 76 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 212 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 96 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 55 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 24 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 28 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

Right this moment the VDH reported 15 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, 32 on Saturday and 23 on Sunday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,312 (1,924 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 32. That quantity has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 20 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, remaining just under or simply above 10. As of at this time, it’s 9, she stated.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported 4 new hospitalizations Saturday and one on Sunday. The county has reported 14 hospitalizations since Sept. 14. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 31 thus far in September. The county has reported 258 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 67 new hospitalizations Monday, after recording 152 on Saturday and 87 on Sunday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 35,720 (1,970 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 115, up from 103 on Friday.

In Monday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 612 folks hospitalized, 108 have been older than 80 years outdated; 109 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 115 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 123 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and forty-five have been youthful than 50. (For 12 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 6 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized (yet one more than had been reported Friday). Within the state, 457 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 541 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 20 states that 2,158 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,148) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.






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The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 20 is 549. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and forty-four COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 65,753 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 35,720.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility at this time. There was one Sept. 8; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 58 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 23 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,784.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances, up from 11 final week). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (20 instances, up from 5 instances final week) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances.

Within the state, there are 1,186 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities – 14 greater than on Friday — (leading to 34,484 instances and 4,313 deaths); 1,720 outbreaks in congregate settings; 260 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 187 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 378 in childcare settings and 542 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,405 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, 36 greater than on Friday.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Monday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (231 for Fauquier) and % positivity (12.2% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

The data beneath is as of Sept. 19.

As of Sept. 19, 10,454,696 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 68% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 58.7% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 80.5% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 70.2% are totally vaccinated.

A median 14,722 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state; that quantity has jumped by greater than 1,000 since Friday.

To date, about 62% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 54.4% are totally vaccinated. About 74.1% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 65.5%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 67.5% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (51.2% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 75.8% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (64.8% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 89.5% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82% totally vaccinated).

About 59.6% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (47.1% totally vaccinated); 72.7% of these 18 and older (65.5% totally vaccinated) and 88.5% of these 65 and older (80.4% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 75.1% have acquired one dose; 64.8% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 72.7% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 63.7% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 4, there have been 23,344 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.5% of whole instances); 927 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.019% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 230 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0046% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 8 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 17: Fauquier County recorded 38 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 44 on Thursday. The seven-day common of instances is 33. Fauquier has reported 6,135 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 4,212 at this time, after reaching 4,181 Thursday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 827,197 whole reported instances (205,180) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 4,212.

As of Sept. 17 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 913 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 1,931 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 47,284 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 96,272 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

Right this moment, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 10.1%. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.8%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 17, 284 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 202 college students and 82 workers members.

There are at the moment 67 energetic instances of COVID-19, 44 college students and 23 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 16, due to contact with constructive instances, 259 college students are at the moment quarantining – a drop from final week’s 284. Six workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

Jeck tweeted out Sept. 13 that destructive “speedy checks” at the moment are being accepted as justification for ending quarantines. He added, “Nonetheless, if households choose the PCR take a look at, we’ll proceed to offer help for many who want it.”

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 16 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13, 1 on Sept. 15 and three on Sept 16). There are 9 energetic instances.
  • 14 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 47 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 11 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7 and a pair of on Sept. 13) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 17 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10 and one on Sept. 14) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23 and Aug. 25) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 25 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9 and a pair of on Sept. 16) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 11 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7, 1 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 16) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14)
  • 21 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 13) There are 2 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 5 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Marshall Center Faculty (Sept. 16)
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9 and on Sept. 14) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13)
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 6 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 20 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10 and a pair of on Sept. 15) There are 9 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 Friday after dropping two on Tuesday. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. The county has reported a complete of 76 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 212 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 96 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 55 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 24 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 28 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

Right this moment the VDH reported 35 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, 37 on Thursday and 52 on Wednesday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,242 (1,900 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 29. That quantity has been rising since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 9 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, however the quantity is remaining just under or simply above 10.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one new hospitalization Friday and Thursday mornings and two new hospitalizations on Wednesday, after reporting 5 Tuesday. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 26 thus far in September. The county has reported 253 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 77 new hospitalizations on Friday, after recording 176 on Thursday and 112 on Wednesday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 35,414 (1,956 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 103.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 604 folks hospitalized, 106 have been older than 80 years outdated; 105 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 113 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 121 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and forty-one have been youthful than 50. (For 17 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 5 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 439 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 533 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 17 states that 2,174 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,142) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 17 is 621 – 77 greater than yesterday. For perspective, on Jan. 19, 588 sufferers had been within the ICU with COVID, earlier than at this time, the best quantity thus far within the pandemic. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and forty-three COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 65,446 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 35,414.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility Sept. 8; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 57 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 22 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,775.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (32 instances, up from 11 final week). Two are listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (20 instances, up from 5 instances final week) and at Trinity Senior Village, with fewer than 5 instances.

Within the state, there are 1,172 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,359 instances and 4,309 deaths); 1,711 outbreaks in congregate settings; 259 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 186 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 377 in childcare settings and 532 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,369 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Thursday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (219 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.52% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

Vaccine data was not up to date as of Friday morning. The next knowledge is from Sept. 16.

As of Sept. 16, 10,226,850 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 65.7% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 58.3% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 78% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 69.4% are totally vaccinated.

A median 13,290 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 60.8% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 54.5% are totally vaccinated. About 72.9% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 65.5%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 63.6% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (53.5% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 74.2% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (66.1% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 88.8% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.1% totally vaccinated).

About 56.4% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (48.4% totally vaccinated); 72.9% of these 18 and older (65.5% totally vaccinated) and 88.1% of these 65 and older (80.3% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 73.3% have acquired one dose; 64.9% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 71.3% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 63.8% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 4, there have been 20,134 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.4% of whole instances); 827 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.017% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 184 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0038% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 8.5 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 16: Fauquier County recorded 44 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 31 on Wednesday. The seven-day common of instances is 33. Fauquier has reported 6,097 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 4,181 at this time, after reaching 4,066 Wednesday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 822,985 whole reported instances (202,608 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,6362.

As of Sept. 16 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 913 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 1,931 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 46,801 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 95,443 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

Right this moment, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 10.6%. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.7%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 16, 277 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 196 college students and 81 workers members.

Thompson Elementary Faculty reported its very first case yesterday morning, in a pupil.

Fifty-five folks got here off the “energetic” instances record over the weekend and 9 had been eliminated Wednesday morning; with the addition of some new instances, there are at the moment 60 energetic instances of COVID-19, 38 college students and 22 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 16, due to contact with constructive instances, 259 college students are at the moment quarantining – a slight drop from final week’s 284. Six workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

Jeck tweeted out Sept. 13that destructive “speedy checks” at the moment are being accepted as justification for ending quarantines. He added, “Nonetheless, if households choose the PCR take a look at, we’ll proceed to offer help for many who want it.”

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 13 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, 3 on Sept. 13 and 1 on Sept. 15). There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 14 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 47 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 11 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7 and a pair of on Sept. 13) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 17 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10 and one on Sept. 14) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23 and Aug. 25) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 10 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14)
  • 21 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 13) There are 2 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 6 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 1 on Sept. 15) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 5 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9 and on Sept. 14) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13)
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 6 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 20 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9, 5 on Sept. 10 and a pair of on Sept. 15) There are 9 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced two residents to COVID-19 as of Tuesday morning’s VDH report. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. The county has reported a complete of 75 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 209 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 95 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 54 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 24 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 27 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

Right this moment the VDH reported 37 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia, 52 on Wednesday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,207 (1,897 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 28. That quantity has been rising steadily since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 9 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, however the quantity is remaining just under or simply above 10.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one new hospitalization Thursday morning and two new hospitalizations on Wednesday, after reporting 5 Tuesday. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 25 thus far in September. The county has reported 252 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 176 new hospitalizations Thursday morning, after recording 112 on Wednesday and 131 on Tuesday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 35,337 (1,948 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 109.

In Thursday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 603 folks hospitalized, 105 have been older than 80 years outdated; 105 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 112 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 121 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and forty-one have been youthful than 50. (For 19 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 5 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 434 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 527 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 16 states that 2,144 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,142) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 16 is 544. For perspective, on Jan. 19, 588 sufferers had been within the ICU with COVID, the best quantity thus far within the pandemic. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and fifty-one COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 65,323 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 35,337.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility Sept. 8; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 57 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 22 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,765.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (11 instances) and one is listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (5 instances). A second outbreak in Orange, at Trinity Senior Village, was reported Sept. 1; there are fewer than 5 instances related to that outbreak.

Within the state, there are 1,169 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,306 instances and 4,309 deaths); 1,711 outbreaks in congregate settings; 258 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 186 in correctional amenities; 132 in school settings; 374 in childcare settings and 528 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,358 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Thursday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (215 for Fauquier) and % positivity (10.4% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Sept. 16, 10,226,850 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 65.7% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 58.3% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 78% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 69.4% are totally vaccinated.

A median 13,290 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 60.8% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 54.5% are totally vaccinated. About 72.9% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 65.5%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 63.6% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (53.5% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 74.2% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (66.1% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 88.8% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82.1% totally vaccinated).

About 56.4% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (48.4% totally vaccinated); 72.9% of these 18 and older (65.5% totally vaccinated) and 88.1% of these 65 and older (80.3% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 73.3% have acquired one dose; 64.9% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 71.3% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 63.8% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 4, there have been 20,134 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.4% of whole instances); 827 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.017% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 184 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0038% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 8.5 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15: Fauquier County recorded 31 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 28 on Tuesday. The seven-day common of instances is 31. Fauquier has reported 6,052 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 4,066 at this time, after reaching 3,659 Tuesday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 818,804 whole reported instances (202,124 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,630.

As of Sept. 15 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 913 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 1,931 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 46,401 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 94,727 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

Right this moment, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 10.5%. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 10.6%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 15, 273 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 195 college students and 78 workers members.

Thompson Elementary Faculty reported it very first case this morning, in a pupil.

Fifty-five folks got here off the “energetic” instances record over the weekend and 9 had been eliminated since yesterday; there are at the moment 56 energetic instances of COVID-19, 37 college students and 19 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Because the starting of college, no “outbreaks” have been reported within the faculty division; one was recorded over the summer time at a school-sponsored camp.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 9, due to contact with constructive instances, 284 college students are at the moment quarantining; eight workers members are quarantining. Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

Jeck additionally tweeted out Monday morning that destructive “speedy checks” at the moment are being accepted as justification for ending quarantines. He added, “Nonetheless, if households choose the PCR take a look at, we’ll proceed to offer help for many who want it.”

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 in the course of the 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 12 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10 and three on Sept. 13). There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 47 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 11 energetic instances.
  • 14 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7 and a pair of on Sept. 13) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 17 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 10 and one on Sept. 14) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 10) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23 and Aug. 25) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 instances at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 3 and Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 10 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Thompson Elementary (Sept. 14)
  • 21 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 13) There are 2 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 5 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 9 and on Sept. 14) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There are 0 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13)
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1  energetic case.
  • 6 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 14) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 18 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9 and 5 on Sept. 10) There are 7 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced two residents to COVID-19 as of Tuesday morning’s VDH report. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. Fauquier County additionally misplaced residents on Aug. 13 and July 30. Fauquier County has reported a complete of 75 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 209 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 95 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 54 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 24 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 27 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

The VDH reported 52 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia on Wednesday. The state has not misplaced that many in at some point of reporting since March 12. There have been 29 COVID-19 deaths reported Tuesday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,170 (1,892 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 28. That quantity has been rising steadily since Sept. 7, when it was 18.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 9 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, however the quantity is remaining just under or simply above 10.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported two new hospitalizations on Wednesday after reporting 5 Tuesday. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 24 thus far in September. The county has reported 251 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 112 new hospitalizations Wednesday morning, after including 131 on Tuesday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 35,161 (1,937 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 102.

In Wednesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 598 folks hospitalized, 105 have been older than 80 years outdated; 104 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 112 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 120 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and forty-one have been youthful than 50. (For 16 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 5 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 432 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 518 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 15 states that 2,155 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,146) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 14 is 537. For perspective, on Jan. 19, 588 sufferers had been within the ICU with COVID, the best quantity thus far within the pandemic. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and fifty-two COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 65,200 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 35,161.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility Sept. 8; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 57 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 22 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,759.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (11 instances) and one is listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (5 instances). A second outbreak in Orange, at Trinity Senior Village, was reported Sept. 1; there are fewer than 5 instances related to that outbreak.

Within the state, there are 1,158 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,235 instances and 4,304 deaths); 1,708 outbreaks in congregate settings; 257 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 186 in correctional amenities; 129 in school settings; 370 in childcare settings and 524 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,292 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Tuesday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (173 for Fauquier) and % positivity (10.3% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Sept. 15, 10,204,734 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 65.6% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 58.1% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 77.8% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 69.3% are totally vaccinated.

A median 13,249 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 60.7% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 54.4% are totally vaccinated. About 72.8% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 65.4%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 63.5% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (53.3% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 74% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (66% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 88.7% have acquired a minimum of one dose (82% totally vaccinated).

About 56.2% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (48.3% totally vaccinated); 72.8% of these 18 and older (65.4% totally vaccinated) and 88% of these 65 and older (80.2% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 73.1% have acquired one dose; 64.9% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 71.2% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 63.7% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 4, there have been 20,134 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.4% of whole instances); 827 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.017% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 184 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0038% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 8.5 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 14: Fauquier County recorded 28 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 12 on Monday. The seven-day common of instances is 31. Fauquier has reported 6,022 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 3,659 at this time, after reaching 2,303 Monday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 814,738 whole reported instances (200,485 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,689.

As of Sept. 14 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 913 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 1,931 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 46,015 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 94,055 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

Right this moment, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 10.8%. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 9.9%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 14, 268 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 192 college students and 76 workers members.

Thompson Elementary Faculty is the one faculty that has not reported any instances.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 throughout the whole 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

Fifty-five folks got here off the “energetic” instances record over the weekend; there are at the moment 65 energetic instances of COVID-19, 41 college students and 24 staffers; as of Friday, there have been 118. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 9, due to contact with constructive instances, 284 college students are at the moment quarantining; eight workers members are quarantining.

Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

Jeck additionally tweeted out Monday morning that destructive “speedy checks” at the moment are being accepted as justification for ending quarantines. He added, “Nonetheless, if households choose the PCR take a look at, we’ll proceed to offer help for many who want it.”

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 12 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9, Sept. 10 and three on Sept. 13). There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 47 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 11 energetic instances.
  • 14 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 7 and a pair of on Sept. 13) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 16 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 10) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3 and Sept. 13)
  • 2 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23 and Aug. 25) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 case at Coleman Elementary (Sept.3)
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 10 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 21 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 10 and 1 on Sept. 13) There are 2 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 5 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 9) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There are 0 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Coleman Elementary (Sept. 13)
  • 5 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 13) There may be 1  energetic case.
  • 5 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 18 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9 and 5 on Sept. 10) There are 7 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced two extra residents to COVID-19 as of this morning’s VDH report. Earlier than that, Fauquier reported fatalities on Sept. 9 and on Aug. 27. Fauquier County additionally misplaced residents on Aug. 13 and July 30. Fauquier County has reported a complete of 75 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 209 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 95 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 54 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 24 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 27 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

The VDH reported 29 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia on Tuesday. There have been 9 COVID-19 deaths reported Monday, 17 on Sunday and 27 on Saturday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,118 (1,888 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 24.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 9 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, however the quantity is remaining just under or simply above 10.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported 5 new hospitalizations on Tuesday. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 22 thus far in September. The county has reported 249 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 131 new hospitalizations Tuesday morning, after including 69 on Monday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 35,049 (1,921 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 105.

In Tuesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 593 folks hospitalized, 105 have been older than 80 years outdated; 104 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 111 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 120 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and forty have been youthful than 50. (For 13 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 5 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 429 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 513 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 14 states that 2,117 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,147) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 14 is 546. For perspective, on Jan. 19, 588 sufferers had been within the ICU with COVID, the best quantity thus far within the pandemic. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and forty-four COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 64,990 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 35,049.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility Sept. 8; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 57 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 22 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,758.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (11 instances) and one is listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (5 instances). A second outbreak in Orange, at Trinity Senior Village, was reported Sept. 1; there are fewer than 5 instances related to that outbreak.

Within the state, there are 1,158 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,139 instances and 4,300 deaths); 1,702 outbreaks in congregate settings; 255 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 186 in correctional amenities; 128 in school settings (3 greater than yesterday); 369 in childcare settings (2 greater than yesterday) and 519 Ok-12 outbreaks (8 greater than yesterday) being reported. There have been a complete of 4,292 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, 25 greater than yesterday.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Tuesday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (173 for Fauquier) and % positivity (10.54% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Sept. 14, 10,189,664 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 65.5% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 58% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 77.7% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 69.2% are totally vaccinated.

A median 13,128 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 60.6% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 54.3% are totally vaccinated. About 72.7% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 65.3%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 63.3% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (53.1% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 73.9% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (65.9% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 88.6% have acquired a minimum of one dose (81.9% totally vaccinated).

About 56.1% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (48.2% totally vaccinated); 72.7% of these 18 and older (65.3% totally vaccinated) and 87.9% of these 65 and older (80.2% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 73% have acquired one dose; 64.6% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 71.1% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 63.6% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 4, there have been 20,124 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.4% of whole instances); 827 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.017% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 184 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0038% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 8.5 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

MONDAY, SEPT. 13: Fauquier County recorded 12 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, 31 Sunday, 47 Saturday and 36 Friday. The seven-day common of instances is 28. Fauquier has reported 5,994 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,303 at this time, after reaching 4,479 Friday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 811,079 whole reported instances (199,281 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,453.

As of Sept. 13 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 908 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 10 years outdated; 1,911 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 45,655 instances in youngsters youthful than 10, 93,462 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

Right this moment, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 10.9%. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 9.4%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 13, 259 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system,185 college students and 74 workers members.

Thompson Elementary Faculty is the one faculty that has not reported any instances.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 throughout the whole 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

Fifty-five folks got here off the “energetic” instances record over the weekend; there are at the moment 63 energetic instances of COVID-19, 39 college students and 24 staffers; as of Friday, there have been 118. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 9, due to contact with constructive instances, 284 college students are at the moment quarantining; eight workers members are quarantining.

Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

Jeck additionally tweeted out this morning that destructive “speedy checks” at the moment are being accepted as justification for ending quarantines. He added, “Nonetheless, if households choose the PCR take a look at, we’ll proceed to offer help for many who want it.”

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 9 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9 and Sept. 10). There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 47 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 11 energetic instances.
  • 14 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 16 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3)
  • 2 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23 and Aug. 25) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 case at Coleman Elementary (Sept.3)
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 10 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 20 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 10) There may be 1 energetic case.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 5 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 9) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26 and a pair of on Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 18 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9 and 5 on Sept. 10) There are 8 energetic instances.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 Sept. 9. Earlier than that, the final COVID demise within the county was on Aug. 27. Fauquier County additionally misplaced residents on Aug. 13 and July 30. Fauquier County has reported a complete of 73 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 206 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 95 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 53 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 24 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 25 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

The VDH reported 9 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia Monday, 27 on Saturday and 17 on Sunday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,089 (1,885 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 23.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 9 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, however the quantity is remaining just under or simply above 10.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one new hospitalization on Saturday, three new hospitalizations Thursday after reporting one on Sept. 7 and one on Sept. 8; the county reported seven new COVID-19 hospitalizations on Sept. 3. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 17 thus far in September, and has reported 244 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 69 new hospitalizations Monday morning, after including 92 on Saturday and 61 on Sunday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 34,918 (1,909 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 97.

In Monday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 588 folks hospitalized, 105 have been older than 80 years outdated; 102 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 109 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 120 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and thirty-nine have been youthful than 50. (For 13 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 5 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 426 youthful than 10 have been hospitalized; 508 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 13 states that 2,103 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,130) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 13 is 538. For perspective, on Jan. 19, 588 sufferers had been in ICU with COVID, the best quantity thus far within the pandemic. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and thirty-three COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

About 46.5% of ICU beds are occupied.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 64,786 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 34,918.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility Sept. 8; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 57 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 22 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,758.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (11 instances) and one is listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (5 instances). A second outbreak in Orange, at Trinity Senior Village, was reported Sept. 1; there are fewer than 5 instances related to that outbreak.

Within the state, there are 1,155 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,080 instances and 4,299 deaths); 1,694 outbreaks in congregate settings; 254 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 186 in correctional amenities; 125 in school settings; 367 in childcare settings and 511 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Monday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (173 for Fauquier) and % positivity (9.25% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

The next vaccine knowledge is as of Sept. 12.

As of Sept. 12, 10,162,589 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 65.3% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 57.9% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 77.5% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 69% are totally vaccinated.

A median 13,206 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 60.5% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 54.2% are totally vaccinated. About 72.6% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 65.2%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 63% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (52.7% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 73.8% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (65.7% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 88.6% have acquired a minimum of one dose (81.9% totally vaccinated).

About 55.8% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (47.9% totally vaccinated); 72.6% of these 18 and older (65.2% totally vaccinated) and 87.8% of these 65 and older (80.1% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 72.9% have acquired one dose; 64.6% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 70.9% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 63.5% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 4, there have been 20,124 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.4% of whole instances); 827 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.017% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 184 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0038% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 8.5 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 11: The Virginia Division of Well being doesn’t replace its coronavirus web site on Saturdays or Sundays. The varsity division knowledge, the charges of transmission knowledge and the knowledge offered on hospitalizations by the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation have been up to date on this report. The remainder of the info is from Sept. 10.

Fauquier County recorded 36 constructive COVID-19 instances Friday after reporting 34 Thursday. The seven-day common of instances is 25. Fauquier has reported 5,904 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 4,479 Friday, after reaching 3,952 Thursday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 801,827 whole reported instances (195,743 possible) of COVID in Virginia. The seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,380.

As of Sept. 10 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 873 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated; 1,853 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 44,791 instances in youngsters youthful than 9, 92,154 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

On Friday, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) was 10.9%, a share not seen since Feb. 1. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 8.8%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 11, 259 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system (15 greater than yesterday), 185 college students and 74 workers members.

Thompson Elementary Faculty is the one faculty that has not reported any instances.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 throughout the whole 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

Ninety-nine folks got here off the “energetic” instances record over the vacation weekend; there are at the moment 118 energetic instances of COVID-19, 73 college students and 45 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 9, due to contact with constructive instances, 284 college students are at the moment quarantining; eight workers members are quarantining. Final week, 443 college students and 17 workers members had been quarantined.

Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 9 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26, Sept. 9 and Sept. 10). There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 47 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8, 2 on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 22 energetic instances.
  • 14 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 16 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31, 3 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 8 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3)
  • 2 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23 and Aug. 25) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 case at Coleman Elementary (Sept.3)
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 8 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 10 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 20 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30, 4 on Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 9 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 9 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8, on Sept. 9 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 5 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3, 1 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 10) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26 and a pair of on Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1)
  • 4 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 18 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8, 1 on Sept. 9 and 5 on Sept. 10) There are 14 energetic instances.

On the record of outbreaks within the state (which is up to date on Fridays), there is just one outbreak (pending closure) listed for Fauquier, within the Fauquier Public Faculties. The itemizing says the outbreak was reported Aug. 3 – earlier than faculty began for the autumn semester – and resulted in seven instances.

Helkowski defined, “I consider that was Camp Smile. Various children examined constructive, and so they needed to finish the camp a day early.” Camp Smile is Fauquier County’s annual summer time residential camp for rising fifth and sixth graders. It’s held on the Northern Virginia 4-H Instructional Heart, simply exterior Entrance Royal. About 80 rising fifth and sixth graders from Fauquier County Public Faculties engaged in educational enrichment and leisure actions.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 Thursday. Earlier than that, the final COVID demise within the county was on Aug. 27. Fauquier County additionally misplaced residents on Aug. 13 and July 30. Fauquier County has reported a complete of 73 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 205 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 95 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 53 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 23 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 25 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

The VDH reported 26 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia Friday, 33 Thursday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,036 (1,866 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 20.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 9 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, however the quantity is remaining just under or simply above 10.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported three new hospitalizations Thursday after reporting one on Sept. 7 and one on Sept. 8; the county reported seven new COVID-19 hospitalizations on Sept. 3. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 16 within the first 10 days of September, and has reported 243 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 122 new hospitalizations from COVID Friday, 125 Thursday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 34,696 (1,884 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 96.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 582 folks hospitalized, 104 have been older than 80 years outdated; 102 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 109 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 119 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and thirty-eight have been youthful than 50. (For 10 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 5 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 407 youthful than 9 have been hospitalized; 497 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 11 states that 2,188 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,085) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 11 is 536. For perspective, on Jan. 19, 588 sufferers had been in ICU with COVID, the best quantity thus far within the pandemic. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and 9 COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

About 49% of ICU beds are occupied.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 64,356 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 34,696 as of yesterday.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility Sept. 8; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 57 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 22 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,739.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (11 instances) and one is listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (5 instances). A second outbreak in Orange, at Trinity Senior Village, was reported Sept. 1; there are fewer than 5 instances related to that outbreak.

Within the state, there are 1,150 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,007 instances and 4,296 deaths); 1,683 outbreaks in congregate settings; 254 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 186 in correctional amenities; 122 in school settings; 359 in childcare settings and 506 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,260 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, 33 greater than yesterday.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Saturday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (169 for Fauquier) and % positivity (9.15% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Sept. 10, 10,124,670 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 65.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 57.7% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 77.3% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 68.8% are totally vaccinated.

A median 13,561 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state, down from 15,151 yesterday.

To date, about 60.4% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 54% are totally vaccinated. About 72.4% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 65%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 62.7% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (52.1% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 73.6% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (65.5% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 88.5% have acquired a minimum of one dose (81.8% totally vaccinated).

About 55.7% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (47.6% totally vaccinated); 72.4% of these 18 and older (65% totally vaccinated) and 87.8% of these 65 and older (80.1% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 72.6% have acquired one dose; 64.3% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 70.7% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 63.3% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Sept. 4, there have been 20,124 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.4% of whole instances); 827 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.017% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 184 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0038% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 8.5 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.4 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 10: Fauquier County recorded 36 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time after reporting 34 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 25. Fauquier has reported 5,904 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 4,479 at this time, after reaching 3,952 yesterday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 801,827 whole reported instances (195,743 possible) of COVID in Virginia. Right this moment the seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,380.

As of Sept. 10 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 873 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated; 1,853 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 44,791 instances in youngsters youthful than 9, 92,154 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

On Friday, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 10.9%, a share not seen since Feb. 1. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is 8.8%.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 10, 244 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 178 college students and 66 workers members.

Thompson Elementary Faculty is the one faculty that has not reported any instances.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 throughout the whole 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

Ninety-nine folks got here off the “energetic” instances record over the vacation weekend; there are at the moment 103 energetic instances of COVID-19, 66 college students and 37 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 9, due to contact with constructive instances, 284 college students are at the moment quarantining; eight workers members are quarantining. Final week, 443 college students and 17 workers members had been quarantined.

Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 8 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25, Aug 26 and Sept. 9). There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 46 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7, 4 on Sept. 8 and a pair of on Sept. 9) There are 21 energetic instances.
  • 13 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31 and three on Sept. 2) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 3 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3)
  • 2 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23 and Aug. 25) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 case at Coleman Elementary (Sept.3)
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 23 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 8 energetic instances.
  • 6 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 10 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3, 2 on Sept. 7 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 19 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30 and 4 on Sept. 1) There are 8 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 8 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 8 and on Sept. 9) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27, Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26 and a pair of on Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1)
  • 3 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26 and Aug. 30) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 13 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2, 1 on Sept. 8 and 1 on Sept. 9) There are 9 energetic instances.

On the record of outbreaks within the state (which is up to date on Fridays), there is just one outbreak (pending closure) listed for Fauquier, within the Fauquier Public Faculties. The itemizing says the outbreak was reported Aug. 3 – earlier than faculty began for the autumn semester – and resulted in seven instances.

Helkowski defined, “I consider that was Camp Smile. Various children examined constructive, and so they needed to finish the camp a day early.” Camp Smile is Fauquier County’s annual summer time residential camp for rising fifth and sixth graders. It’s held on the Northern Virginia 4-H Instructional Heart, simply exterior Entrance Royal. About 80 rising fifth and sixth graders from Fauquier County Public Faculties engaged in educational enrichment and leisure actions.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 yesterday. Earlier than that, the final COVID demise within the county was on Aug. 27. Fauquier County additionally misplaced residents on Aug. 13 and July 30. Fauquier County has reported a complete of 73 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 205 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 95 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 53 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 23 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 25 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

The VDH reported 26 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia at this time, 33 yesterday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,036 (1,866 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 20 at this time.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 9 that the variety of COVID-19 inpatients has been fluctuating, however the quantity is remaining just under or simply above 10.

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported three new hospitalizations yesterday after reporting one on Sept. 7 and one on Sept. 8; the county reported seven new COVID-19 hospitalizations on Sept. 3. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 16 within the first 10 days of September, and has reported 243 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 122 new hospitalizations from COVID at this time, 125 yesterday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 34,696 (1,884 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 96.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 582 folks hospitalized, 104 have been older than 80 years outdated; 102 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 109 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 119 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and thirty-eight have been youthful than 50. (For 10 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 5 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 407 youthful than 9 have been hospitalized; 497 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 10 states that 2,150 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,056) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who’re in intensive care items as of Sept. 10 is 513. For perspective, on Jan. 19, 588 sufferers had been in ICU with COVID, the best quantity thus far within the pandemic. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Three-hundred and three COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

About 47% of ICU beds are occupied.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 64,204 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 34,696 at this time.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility Sept. 8; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 57 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 22 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,739.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (11 instances) and one is listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (5 instances). A second outbreak in Orange, at Trinity Senior Village, was reported Sept. 1; there are fewer than 5 instances related to that outbreak.

Within the state, there are 1,150 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 34,007 instances and 4,296 deaths); 1,683 outbreaks in congregate settings; 254 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 186 in correctional amenities; 122 in school settings; 359 in childcare settings and 506 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,260 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, 33 greater than yesterday.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Friday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia besides Fairfax. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (154 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.22% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Sept. 10, 10,124,670 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 65.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 57.7% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 77.3% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 68.8% are totally vaccinated.

A median 13,561 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state, down from 15,151 yesterday.

To date, about 60.4% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 54% are totally vaccinated. About 72.4% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 65%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 62.7% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (52.1% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 73.6% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (65.5% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 88.5% have acquired a minimum of one dose (81.8% totally vaccinated).

About 55.7% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (47.6% totally vaccinated); 72.4% of these 18 and older (65% totally vaccinated) and 87.8% of these 65 and older (80.1% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 72.6% have acquired one dose; 64.3% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 70.7% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 63.3% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Aug. 28, there have been 17,256 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.4% of whole instances); 760 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.016% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 154 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0032% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 9.2 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.5 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 9: Fauquier County recorded 34 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time after reporting 27 yesterday. The seven-day common of instances is 24. Fauquier has reported 5,868 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 3,952 at this time, after reaching 4,479 yesterday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 797,344 whole reported instances (194,327 possible) of COVID in Virginia. Right this moment the seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,322.

As of Sept. 9 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 873 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated; 1,853 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 44,442 instances in youngsters youthful than 9, 91,542 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

On Thursday, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 10.3%. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is at 9%, down from 10.4% on Friday.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 9, 236 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 173 college students and 63 workers members.

Thompson Elementary Faculty is the one faculty that has not reported any instances.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 throughout the whole 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

Ninety-nine folks got here off the “energetic” instances record over the vacation weekend, so there are at the moment 95 energetic instances of COVID-19, 61 college students and 33 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 2, due to contact with constructive instances, 443 college students are at the moment quarantining. Seventeen workers members are quarantining.

Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 7 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25 and Aug 26). There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 44 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30, 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7 and 4 on Sept. 8) There are 19 energetic instances.
  • 13 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31 and three on Sept. 2) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 3 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3)
  • 2 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23 and Aug. 25) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 case at Coleman Elementary (Sept.3)
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 22 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30, 3 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 8) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 6 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3 and a pair of on Sept. 7) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 19 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30 and 4 on Sept. 1) There are 8 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 7 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27, Aug. 30 and 1 on Sept. 8) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25 and Sept. 8) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 3 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27 and Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26 and a pair of on Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1)
  • 3 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26 and Aug. 30) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 12 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 8) There are 8 energetic instances.

On the record of outbreaks within the state (which is up to date on Fridays), there is just one outbreak (pending closure) listed for Fauquier, within the Fauquier Public Faculties. The itemizing says the outbreak was reported Aug. 3 – earlier than faculty began for the autumn semester – and resulted in seven instances.

Helkowski defined, “I consider that was Camp Smile. Various children examined constructive, and so they needed to finish the camp a day early.” Camp Smile is Fauquier County’s annual summer time residential camp for rising fifth and sixth graders. It’s held on the Northern Virginia 4-H Instructional Heart, simply exterior Entrance Royal. About 80 rising fifth and sixth graders from Fauquier County Public Faculties engaged in educational enrichment and leisure actions.

Fauquier misplaced a resident to COVID-19 at this time. The final COVID demise within the county was on Friday, Aug. 27. Fauquier County additionally misplaced residents on Aug. 13 and July 30. Fauquier County has reported a complete of 73 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 205 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 95 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 53 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 23 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 25 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

The VDH reported 33 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia at this time, 30 yesterday The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 12,010 (1,861 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is nineteen at this time.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 3 that the variety of COVID-19 sufferers was “just below 10.”

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported three new hospitalizations at this time after reporting one on Tuesday and one on Wednesday; the county reported seven new COVID-19 hospitalizations on Friday. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 16 within the first 9 days of September, and has reported 243 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 125 new hospitalizations from COVID at this time, 137 yesterday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 34,574 (1,875 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 97.

In Thursday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 581 folks hospitalized, 104 have been older than 80 years outdated; 102 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 109 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 118 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and thirty-eight have been youthful than 50. (For 10 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, six youngsters youthful than 10 and 5 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 407 youthful than 9 have been hospitalized; 492 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 9 states that 2,176 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (2,019) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who had been in intensive care items as of Sept. 9 was 514. For perspective, on Jan. 19, 588 sufferers had been in ICU with COVID, the best quantity thus far within the pandemic. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Two-hundred and ninety-four COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.

About 47% of ICU beds are occupied.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 64,001 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 34,574 at this time.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility yesterday; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 57 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 22 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,739.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (11 instances) and one is listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (5 instances).

Within the state, there are 1,148 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 33,957 instances and 4,297 deaths); 1,669 outbreaks in congregate settings; 253 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 183 in correctional amenities; 122 in school settings; 357 in childcare settings and 495 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,227 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, 23 greater than yesterday.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Thursday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia besides Fairfax. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (160 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.33% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

The vaccine knowledge was not up to date the morning of Sept. 9. The data beneath is from Sept. 8.

As of Sept. 8, 10,083,941 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 64.8% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 57.4% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 77% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 68.5% are totally vaccinated.

A median 15,151 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state.

To date, about 60.2% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 53.8% are totally vaccinated. About 73.3% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 64.8%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 62.2% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (51.5% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 73.3% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (65.2% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 88.3% have acquired a minimum of one dose (81.6% totally vaccinated).

About 55.4% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (47.2% totally vaccinated); 72.2% of these 18 and older (64.8% totally vaccinated) and 87.7% of these 65 and older (80% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 72.3% have acquired one dose; 64.1% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 70.5% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 63.1% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Aug. 28, there have been 17,256 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.4% of whole instances); 760 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.016% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 154 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0032% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 9.2 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.5 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8: Fauquier County recorded 27 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time after reporting 10 yesterday. The county posted 18 on Sunday and 15 on Monday. The seven-day common of instances is 22, down from 36 on Friday. Fauquier has reported 5,834 instances because the starting of the pandemic.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 4,474 at this time, greater than twice as many as yesterday. The each day whole has not as excessive since Feb. 6. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 793,391 whole reported instances (192,947 possible) of COVID in Virginia. Right this moment the seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,364.

As of Sept. 8 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 825 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated; 1,783 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 44,028 instances in youngsters youthful than 9, 90,916 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

On Wednesday, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 10%. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is at 9%, down from 10.4% on Friday.

Fauquier County Faculty Division

Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 8, 228 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 168 college students and 60 workers members.

Thompson Elementary Faculty is the one faculty that has not reported any instances.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 throughout the whole 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

Ninety-nine folks got here off the “energetic” instances record over the vacation weekend, so there are at the moment 87 energetic instances of COVID-19, 56 college students and 31 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 2, due to contact with constructive instances, 443 college students are at the moment quarantining. Seventeen workers members are quarantining.

Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 7 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25 and Aug 26). There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 40 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Sept. 1 and 4 on Sept. 7) There are 15 energetic instances.
  • 13 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2, 2 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31 and three on Sept. 2) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 3 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 10 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1, 1 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3)
  • 2 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23 and Aug. 25) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 case at Coleman Elementary (Sept.3)
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 21 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and three on Aug. 31) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 6 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 7) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 9 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Sept. 3 and a pair of on Sept. 7) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 19 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30 and 4 on Sept. 1) There are 8 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 6 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27 and Aug. 30) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1, 3 on Sept. 3 and 1 on Sept. 7) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 3 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27 and Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26 and a pair of on Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27)
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1)
  • 3 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26 and Aug. 30) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 2) There are 7 energetic instances.

On the record of outbreaks within the state (which is up to date on Fridays), there is just one outbreak (pending closure) listed for Fauquier, within the Fauquier Public Faculties. The itemizing says the outbreak was reported Aug. 3 – earlier than faculty began for the autumn semester – and resulted in seven instances.

Helkowski defined, “I consider that was Camp Smile. Various children examined constructive, and so they needed to finish the camp a day early.” Camp Smile is Fauquier County’s annual summer time residential camp for rising fifth and sixth graders. It’s held on the Northern Virginia 4-H Instructional Heart, simply exterior Entrance Royal. About 80 rising fifth and sixth graders from Fauquier County Public Faculties engaged in educational enrichment and leisure actions.

The latest COVID demise in Fauquier was on Friday, Aug. 27. Fauquier County misplaced one other resident on Aug. 13 and one on July 30. Fauquier County has reported a complete of 72 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 203 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 94 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 53 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 23 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 24 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

The VDH reported 30 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia at this time. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 11,977 (1,857 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 17 at this time.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 3 that the variety of COVID-19 sufferers was “just below 10.”

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one new hospitalization at this time after reporting one Tuesday, its first since reporting seven new COVID-19 hospitalizations on Friday. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 13 within the first eight days of September, and has reported 240 because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 137 new hospitalizations from COVID at this time, 73 yesterday, 58 new hospitalizations Monday and 66 on Sunday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 34,449 (1,873 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 92.

In Wednesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 577 folks hospitalized, 102 have been older than 80 years outdated; 100 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 108 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 118 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and thirty-seven have been youthful than 50. (For 12 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, 5 youngsters youthful than 10 and 5 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 399 youthful than 9 have been hospitalized; 489 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 8 states that 2,161 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,977) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who had been in intensive care items as of Sept. 6 was 504. For perspective, on Jan. 19, 588 sufferers had been in ICU with COVID, the best quantity thus far within the pandemic. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

Two-hundred and ninety-eight COVID-19 sufferers are receiving ventilator assist.






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The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 63,794 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 34,449 at this time.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility at this time; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 57 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 22 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,739.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One outbreak in progress is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (11 instances) and one is listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (5 instances).

Within the state, there are 1,143 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 33,933 instances and 4,296 deaths); 1,668 outbreaks in congregate settings; 247 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 181 in correctional amenities; 122 in school settings; 354 in childcare settings and 489 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,204 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, 18 greater than yesterday.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Wednesday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia besides Fairfax. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)






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Present seven-days is Sept. 26 to Oct. 2 for case price and Sept. 24 to Sept. 30 for % positivity.




The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (201 for Fauquier) and % positivity (10.56% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

The vaccine knowledge was not up to date the morning of Sept. 8. The data beneath is from Sept. 7.

As of Sept. 7, 10,073,328 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 64.8% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 57.3% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 76.9% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 68.5% are totally vaccinated.

A median 15,421 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state; that quantity has been slowly rising.

To date, about 60.1% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 53.8% are totally vaccinated. About 72.1% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 64.8%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 62.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (51.3% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 73.2% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (65.2% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 88.3% have acquired a minimum of one dose (81.4% totally vaccinated).

About 55.3% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (47.1% totally vaccinated); 72.1% of these 18 and older (64.8% totally vaccinated) and 87.7% of these 65 and older (80% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 72.3% have acquired one dose; 64% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 70.5% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 63% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Aug. 28, there have been 17,256 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.4% of whole instances); 760 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.016% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 154 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0032% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 9.2 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.5 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 7: Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 7, 217 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 158 college students and 59 workers members. The record has not reported any new instances since Sept. 3.

Thompson Elementary Faculty is the one faculty that has not reported any instances.

There have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 throughout the whole 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

Ninety-nine folks got here off the “energetic” instances record over the vacation weekend, so there are at the moment 76 energetic instances of COVID-19, 46 college students and 30 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 2, due to contact with constructive instances, 443 college students are at the moment quarantining. Seventeen workers members are quarantining.

Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Aug. 31 that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 7 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25 and Aug 26). There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 36 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Sept. 1) There are 11 energetic instances.
  • 12 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2 and a pair of on Sept. 3) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 4 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 15 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31 and three on Sept. 2) There are 13 energetic instances.
  • 3 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 9 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3)
  • 2 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23 and Aug. 25) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 1 case at Coleman Elementary (Sept.3)
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 21 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and three on Aug. 31) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 5 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18 and 4 on Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 19 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30 and 4 on Sept. 1) There are 8 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 5 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 6 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27 and Aug. 30) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 3 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1 and three on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 6 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 3 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27 and Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 4 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26 and a pair of on Aug. 27) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 5 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27)
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1)
  • 3 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26 and Aug. 30) There may be 1 energetic case.
  • 11 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 2) There are 7 energetic instances.

On the record of outbreaks within the state (which is up to date on Fridays), there is just one outbreak (pending closure) listed for Fauquier, within the Fauquier Public Faculties. The itemizing says the outbreak was reported Aug. 3 – earlier than faculty began for the autumn semester – and resulted in seven instances.

Helkowski defined, “I consider that was Camp Smile. Various children examined constructive, and so they needed to finish the camp a day early.” Camp Smile is Fauquier County’s annual summer time residential camp for rising fifth and sixth graders. It’s held on the Northern Virginia 4-H Instructional Heart, simply exterior Entrance Royal. About 80 rising fifth and sixth graders from Fauquier County Public Faculties engaged in educational enrichment and leisure actions.

Fauquier County recorded 10 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time. The county posted 18 on Sunday and 15 on Monday. The seven-day common of instances is 23, down from 36 on Friday.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 2,007 at this time, half of the brand new each day instances that had been reported on Friday. New instances reached 2,395 Monday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 788,917 whole reported instances (191,453 possible) of COVID in Virginia. Right this moment the seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,212; on Monday, it was 3,423. It’s the first time since early July that the seven-day common has dropped considerably.

As of Sept. 7 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 825 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated; 1,783 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 43,675 instances in youngsters youthful than 9, 90,350 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

On Tuesday, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 10%. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is at 9.2%, down from 10.4% on Friday.

The latest COVID demise in Fauquier was on Friday, Aug. 27. Fauquier County misplaced one other resident on Aug. 13 and one on July 30. Fauquier County has reported a complete of 72 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 203 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 94 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 53 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 23 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 24 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

The VDH reported 18 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia at this time, three on Monday and 14 on Sunday. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 11,947 (1,849 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is 15 at this time.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Sept. 3 that the variety of COVID-19 sufferers was “just below 10.”

Cubbage stated, “One of the best protection is really to get a COVID-19 vaccine and encourage others to get vaccinated. It’s trending that many of the sufferers we’re seeing who’re hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated. Residents nonetheless really want to think about sporting a masks, socially distancing from others and practising correct hand hygiene. When mixed, they really assist sluggish the unfold.”

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported one new hospitalization at this time, its first since reporting seven new COVID-19 hospitalizations on Friday. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August and 12 within the first seven days of September.

The state added 73 new hospitalizations from COVID at this time, 58 new hospitalizations Monday and 66 on Sunday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 34,312 (1,872 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 89, down barely from Friday’s 97.

In Tuesday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 573 folks hospitalized, 102 have been older than 80 years outdated; 100 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 106 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 118 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and thirty-six have been youthful than 50. (For 11 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, 5 youngsters youthful than 10 and 5 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 396 youthful than 9 have been hospitalized; 484 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 6 states that 1,981 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. (The VHHA stie was not up to date the morrning of Sept. 7.)The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,901) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who had been in intensive care items as of Sept. 6 was 483. For perspective, on Jan. 19, 588 sufferers had been in ICU with COVID, the best quantity thus far within the pandemic. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 63,236 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 34,312 at this time.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility final week; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 56 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 21 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,733.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (11 instances) and one is listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (5 instances).

Within the state, there are 1,139 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 33,900 instances and 4,295 deaths); 1,665 outbreaks in congregate settings; 245 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 178 in correctional amenities; 122 in school settings; 354 in childcare settings and 483 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,186 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic.

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management ranks counties by stage of transmission; Fauquier, as of Tuesday morning, is rated “excessive,” as are all the opposite counties in Virginia. (The CDC reevaluates county scores each afternoon.)

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (249 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.82% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

As of Sept. 7, 10,073,328 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 64.8% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 57.3% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 76.9% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 68.5% are totally vaccinated.

A median 15,421 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state; that quantity has been slowly rising.

To date, about 60.1% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 53.8% are totally vaccinated. About 72.1% of adults (older than 18) have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose. The proportion of totally vaccinated adults is 64.8%.

For Virginians between 12 and 17, 62.1% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (51.3% are totally vaccinated). Solely youngsters between 12 and 17 are eligible for the vaccine. For these 18 and older, 73.2% have acquired a minimum of one dose of a vaccine (65.2% totally vaccinated); for these aged 65 and older, 88.3% have acquired a minimum of one dose (81.4% totally vaccinated).

About 55.3% of Fauquier residents between 12 and 17 have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose (47.1% totally vaccinated); 72.1% of these 18 and older (64.8% totally vaccinated) and 87.7% of these 65 and older (80% totally vaccinated).

For Virginians older than 12 (which represents everybody within the state who’s eligible to be vaccinated), 72.3% have acquired one dose; 64% are totally vaccinated. In Fauquier, 70.5% of the over-12 inhabitants has acquired one dose; 63% are totally vaccinated.

The VDH experiences that between Jan. 17 and Aug. 28, there have been 17,256 breakthrough instances of COVID-19 in vaccinated folks (.4% of whole instances); 760 of totally vaccinated folks have been hospitalized (.016% of whole hospitalizations) and there have been 154 deaths in totally vaccinated folks (.0032% of whole deaths).

The VDH web site says that unvaccinated folks have developed COVID-19 9.2 occasions greater than totally vaccinated folks, and a pair of.5 occasions increased than partially vaccinated folks.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 4: Native colleges opened for five-day-a-week, in-person studying on Aug. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 4, 217 constructive instances of COVID-19 have been reported within the faculty system, 158 college students and 59 workers members. There are 14 new instances since yesterday.

Thompson Elementary Faculty is the one faculty that has not reported any instances.

For perspective, there have been 191 constructive instances of COVID-19 throughout the whole 2020-21 faculty yr, 97 in college students and 94 in workers members. Circumstances weren’t included within the dashboard over the summer time.

There are at the moment 175 “energetic” instances of COVID-19, 123 college students and 52 staffers. Folks keep on the energetic record for 10 days after first reporting an an infection.

Faculty spokeswoman Tara Helkowski reported that, as of Sept. 2, due to contact with constructive instances, 443 college students are at the moment quarantining. Seventeen workers members are quarantining.

Superintendent of Faculties David Jeck stated Tuesday that the overwhelming majority of scholars (95%) who’ve quarantined have examined destructive for COVID-19.

The record offered beneath outlines whole instances because the first day of college. (Lively instances are famous if the quantity is completely different from the full instances.)

  • 7 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (one every on Aug. 16, Aug. 18, Aug. 19, Aug. 23, Aug. 24, Aug. 25 and Aug 26). There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 36 at Liberty Excessive Faculty (3 on Aug. 16, 3 Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 5 on Aug. 23, 6 on Aug. 24, 2 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 27, 10 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Sept. 1) There are 29 energetic instances.
  • 12 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Sept. 1, 2 on Sept. 2 and a pair of on Sept. 3) There are 11 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Southeastern Different Faculty (Aug. 23)
  • 4 at Auburn Center Faculty (2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 15 at Cedar Lee Center Faculty (Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 3 on Aug. 30, 1 on Aug. 31 and three on Sept. 2) There are 13 energetic instances.
  • 3 at Marshall Center Faculty (2 on Aug 27 and 1 on Sept. 3)
  • 9 at Taylor Center Faculty (one every Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Aug. 25, 1 on Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 9 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Warrenton Center Faculty (Sept. 3)
  • 2 instances at Bradley Elementary Faculty (on Aug. 23 and Aug. 25)
  • 5 instances at Brumfield Elementary (2 on Aug. 17, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 1) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 1 case at Coleman Elementary (Sept.3)
  • 8 at Greenville Elementary (1 reported Aug. 13, 1 on Aug. 16, 1 on Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 23 and three on Aug. 24) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 21 at Miller Elementary (1 every Aug. 16 and 17, 2 on Aug. 18, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23, 2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 5 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and three on Aug. 31) There are 16 energetic instances.
  • 5 at Pearson Elementary Faculty (Aug. 18 and 4 on Aug. 27) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Pierce Elementary Faculty (Aug. 27)
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary Faculty (Aug. 20) There aren’t any energetic instances.
  • 7 college students at Smith Elementary Faculty (1 reported Aug. 13, 2 on Aug. 15, 1 on Aug. 19, 2 on Aug. 23 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 19 at Walter Elementary (2 on Aug. 18, 4 on Aug. 23, 1 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 25, 2 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 4 on Aug. 30 and 4 on Sept. 1) There are 17 energetic instances.

Employees members testing constructive embody:

  • 2 at Fauquier Excessive Faculty (Aug. 26 and 1 on Sept. 3)
  • 5 at Kettle Run Excessive Faculty (2 on Aug. 25, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3)
  • 6 at Liberty Excessive (Aug. 18 and Aug. 27 and Aug. 30) There are 5 energetic instances.
  • 3 at Auburn Center Faculty (on Aug. 17, 2 on Sept. 1 and three on Sept. 3) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Cedar Lee Center (Aug. 25)
  • 8 at Taylor Center (one on Aug. 17, 3 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31, 1 on Sept. 2 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 7 energetic instances.
  • 2 at Warrenton Center (2 on Sept. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 3 at Bradley Elementary (Aug. 17 and Aug. 27 and Sept. 1) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Brumfield Elementary (Aug. 20, 2 on Aug. 27 and 1 on Sept. 1) There are 3 energetic instances.
  • 4 at Greenville Elementary (Aug. 24, Aug. 26 and a pair of on Aug. 27)
  • 5 at Miller Elementary (Aug. 17, Aug. 25, Aug. 27, 1 on Aug. 31 and 1 on Sept. 3) There are 4 energetic instances.
  • 1 at Ritchie Elementary (Aug. 27)
  • 1 at Smith Elementary (Sept. 1)
  • 3 at Walter Elementary (Aug. 20, Aug. 26 and Aug. 30) There are 2 energetic instances.
  • 11 workers members on the faculty division’s central workplaces (2 on Aug. 24, 1 on Aug. 26, 1 on Aug. 27, 3 on Aug. 30 and 1 on Aug. 31 and a pair of on Sept. 1 and 1 on Sept. 2)

On the record of outbreaks within the state (which is up to date on Fridays), there is just one outbreak (pending closure) listed for Fauquier, within the Fauquier Public Faculties. The itemizing says the outbreak was reported Aug. 3 – earlier than faculty began for the autumn semester – and resulted in seven instances.

Helkowski defined, “I consider that was Camp Smile. Various children examined constructive, and so they needed to finish the camp a day early.” Camp Smile is Fauquier County’s annual summer time residential camp for rising fifth and sixth graders. It’s held on the Northern Virginia 4-H Instructional Heart, simply exterior Entrance Royal. About 80 rising fifth and sixth graders from Fauquier County Public Faculties engaged in educational enrichment and leisure actions.

Case data — in addition to knowledge on deaths and a few data on hospitalizations — is from Sept. 3.

Fauquier County recorded 32 constructive COVID-19 instances at this time, after posting 19 yesterday. There have been a complete of 5,731 instances within the county because the starting of the pandemic. The seven-day common of instances is 36.

Every day new instances of COVID-19 in Virginia had been tallied at 4,070 at this time. New instances reached 4,255 yesterday. In keeping with reporting from the Virginia Division of Well being, there have been 778,167 whole reported instances (187,059 possible) of COVID in Virginia. Right this moment the seven-day common of latest instances within the state is 3,359. The common has been typically rising since June 20, when it was 129.

As of Sept. 3 within the five-county Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, 825 instances of COVID have been reported in youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated; 1,783 have been reported in these 10 to 19. Within the state, there have been 42,566 instances in youngsters youthful than 9, 88,632 instances in these 10 to 19 years outdated.

On Friday, the seven-day positivity price (whole checks in comparison with constructive checks) is 10.2%. Within the Rappahannock-Rapidan Well being District, the positivity score is at 10.4%, the best it’s been since Jan. 20.

The latest COVID demise in Fauquier was on Friday, Aug. 27. Fauquier County misplaced one other resident on Aug. 13 and one on July 30. Fauquier County has reported a complete of 72 COVID-19 associated deaths because the begin of the pandemic. 

The VDH doesn’t report demographic knowledge on the county stage, however within the RRHD, of the 203 COVID-19 deaths reported within the RRHD thus far, 94 have been in residents older than 80. There have been 53 deaths in these 70 to 79 years outdated, 23 deaths in these 60 to 69, and 24 deaths in these youthful than 59. (For 9 of the deaths, no age was reported.)

Within the RRHD, one individual between the ages of 10 and 19 has died. Within the state, 4 youngsters youthful than 9 years outdated have died of the virus; seven of these between 10 and 19 have died.

The VDH reported 18 COVID-19 deaths in Virginia yesterday and 20 at this time. The full variety of COVID-19 associated deaths in Virginia is listed as 11,899 (1,845 possible).

The seven-day common of COVID-19 deaths within the state is nineteen as of Friday. As just lately as Aug. 3, the seven-day common was underneath 3.

Fauquier Hospital spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage stated Aug. 25 that the hospital was treating one COVID-19 inpatient. Right this moment, she stated the variety of COVID-19 sufferers is “just below 10.”

Cubbage stated, “One of the best protection is really to get a COVID-19 vaccine and encourage others to get vaccinated. It’s trending that many of the sufferers we’re seeing who’re hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated. Residents nonetheless really want to think about sporting a masks, socially distancing from others and practising correct hand hygiene. When mixed, they really assist sluggish the unfold.”

In keeping with the VDH, Fauquier County reported seven new COVID-19 hospitalizations at this time, two new hospitalizations Thursday, two on Wednesday, one on Tuesday, 4 new hospitalizations on Monday, one Aug. 29, one Aug. 27 and two on Aug. 25. Fauquier tallied 25 hospitalizations in August, and 11 within the first three days of September. There have been a complete of 238 COVID-19 hospitalizations within the county because the starting of the pandemic.

The state added 132 new hospitalizations from COVID at this time, 86 new hospitalizations Thursday. In keeping with the VDH, the full variety of hospitalizations within the state is 34,026 (1,833 possible).

The seven-day common of latest hospitalizations is 97. The quantity has been typically climbing since July 23, when the seven-day common was 19.

In Friday’s up to date knowledge from the RRHD, of the 570 folks hospitalized, 101 have been older than 80 years outdated; 97 have been 70 to 79 years outdated; 104 have been between 60 and 69 years outdated and 117 have been between 50 and 59. 100 and thirty-four have been youthful than 50. (For 17 of the hospitalizations, age was not reported.)

Within the well being district, 5 youngsters youthful than 10 and 5 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized. Within the state, 388 youthful than 9 have been hospitalized; 474 between 10 and 19 years outdated have been hospitalized.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Affiliation knowledge for Sept. 4 states that 1,987 Virginians are hospitalized with COVID-19. The seven-day common variety of hospitalizations (1,818) has been rising since July 11, when it was 220.

The VHHA experiences that the variety of COVID-19 confirmed or COVID-19 suspected sufferers who had been in intensive care items as of Sept. 4 is 474. For perspective, on Jan. 19, 588 sufferers had been in ICU with COVID, the best quantity thus far within the pandemic. The variety of COVID sufferers in intensive care has been typically rising since July 5, when it was 45.

There are 271 COVID-positive sufferers receiving ventilator assist. As just lately as Aug. 24, there have been solely 45 sufferers on ventilators.

The VDH and VHHA compile statistics in several methods, so their knowledge doesn’t at all times match up. As an example, VHHA reported that 63,059 COVID-19 sufferers have been hospitalized and discharged as of yesterday, however the VDH experiences that the full variety of Virginians hospitalized because the starting of the pandemic is 34,026 at this time.

Data on outbreaks was final up to date Sept. 3.

Within the native well being district, there was an outbreak reported in a long-term care facility at this time; others had been reported Aug. 24 and 26. There have been three outbreaks between Aug. 15 and 19 in congregate settings. None of those outbreaks is listed on the VDH’s “outbreaks by publicity settings” web page.

There have been a complete of 55 outbreaks within the RRHD because the starting of the pandemic — 21 outbreaks in long-term care amenities, 21 outbreaks in congregate settings, 4 in correctional amenities, two in a healthcare setting, two in a childcare setting, one in a school setting and 5 in a Ok-12 setting. The full variety of instances attributed to the outbreaks is 1,732.

The VDH web site doesn’t record any current outbreaks in Fauquier. One is listed in Madison, at Autumn Care of Madison (11 instances) and one is listed in Orange, at Dogwood Village of Orange County (5 instances).

Within the state, there are 1,131 outbreaks being reported in long-term care amenities (leading to 33,819 instances and 4,294 deaths); 1,640 outbreaks in congregate settings; 244 outbreaks in healthcare settings; 177 in correctional amenities; 121 in school settings; 346 in childcare settings and 473 Ok-12 outbreaks being reported. There have been a complete of 4,142 outbreaks in Virginia because the starting of the pandemic, 26 greater than yesterday.

The county was rated “average” on July 27, substantial on July 29 and excessive as of July 31, however the score was modified to “substantial” the afternoon of Aug. 3. The score was again as much as “excessive” the afternoon of Aug. 4, and has remained there.

All counties within the state are rated excessive at this time.

Neighborhood transmission is predicated on two metrics – the variety of new instances per 100,000 within the final seven days (261 for Fauquier) and % positivity (11.88% for Fauquier) A county is rated “excessive” if there are greater than 100 instances per 100,000 within the final seven days or if the % positivity is over 10%.

On July 27, the CDC issued steerage recommending that totally vaccinated people put on masks when indoors in areas with “substantial to excessive” transmission. 

The data beneath is from Sept. 2.

As of Sept. 2, 9,992,437 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Virginia residents. About 64.3% of the inhabitants has been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 56.9% of Virginians have been totally vaccinated. Within the grownup inhabitants, 76.4% have been vaccinated with a minimum of one dose; 68% are totally vaccinated.

A median 16,466 vaccine doses are being administered each day within the state; that quantity has been slowly rising. The final time the vaccination price rose above 16,000 was June 28.

To date, about 59.7% of the county’s residents (all ages mixed) have been vaccinat