About 40% of City residents have gotten their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, and nearly 30% have been fully inoculated.
Alexandrians can walk in to get their COVID-19 vaccine, as the city expects 12,650 doses this week, including first and second doses, according to the Alexandria Health Department.
The city will receive 11,610 doses this week, not including additional vaccine doses federal programs provide directly to participating pharmacies and Alexandria’s federally qualified health center, Neighborhood Health.
“AHD administers vaccines at clinic events and allocates the remaining doses to private providers,” according to the city. “Appointments from AHD and private providers are listed on alexandriava.gov/Vaccines, with both scheduled and walk-in opportunities.”
According to VDH, 69,810 residents have gotten at least one shot and 46,508 residents have been fully vaccinated.
- White — 16,944 first doses, 12,009 fully vaccinated
- Latino — 8,286 first doses, 4,202 fully vaccinated
- Black — 4,079 first doses, 2,539 fully vaccinated
- Other — 3,414 first doses, 2,312 fully vaccinated
- Asian of Pacific Islander — 1,629 first doses, 901 fully vaccinated
- Native American — 265 first doses, 115 fully vaccinated
Women have received 47,663 first doses and 26,791 have gotten their second shot, while 39,629 men have received their first doses and 19,717 have been fully vaccinated.
The following age groups received their vaccinations:
- 80+ — 3,097 got one dose, 2,573 fully vaccinated
- 70-79 — 7,106 got one dose, 6,037 fully vaccinated
- 60-69 — 10,234 got one dose, 7,833 fully vaccinated
- 50-59 — 11,294 got one dose, 7,477 fully vaccinated
- 40-49 — 12,485 got one dose, 7,935 fully vaccinated
- 30-39 — 15,412 got one dose, 9,592 fully vaccinated
- 20-29 — 8,175 got one dose, 4,457 fully vaccinated
- 10-19 — 2,121d got one dose, 661 fully vaccinated
- 0-9 — No Vaccines distributed
No new deaths have been reported since last week, and the number of cases in the city now stands at 11,683, an increase of 113 cases since this time last week. The death toll stands at 133, and the city’s seven-day moving average is now 14.4, which is down from 15.6 from this time last week.
Across Virginia, there have been 10,807 deaths and there are or have been 661,925 cases of the virus. There have also been 7.1 million PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests and the state’s seven-day positivity rate is 4.6%.
There are or have been 6,037 women (with 62 deaths) and 5,595 men (with 71 deaths) in Alexandria with the virus. The only age groups that have not experienced a death are children and teenagers.
- 80+ — 54 deaths, 274 cases
- 70-79 — 33 deaths, 358 cases
- 60-69 — 22 deaths, 868 cases
- 50-59 — 15 deaths, 1,388 cases
- 40-49 — Four deaths, 1,932 cases
- 30-39 — Three deaths, 2,700 cases
- 20-29 — One death, 2,402 cases
- 10-19 — Zero deaths, 880 cases
- 0-9 — Zero deaths, 857 cases
Latino residents have the most infections with 3,816 reported cases (19 deaths), white residents with 3,050 cases (63 deaths), and Black residents with 2,516 cases (39 deaths). There are 576 cases with Asian or Pacific Islander residents (eight deaths), 388 cases classified as “other” (two deaths) and 14 native American cases (no deaths).
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