Alexandria’s COVID-19 cases barely trickling in, 10 new cases reported last week

Alexandria’s COVID-19 numbers are still trickling in.

There have been 11,854 cases, and of the City has not reported a death since May 25. There have been 137 total deaths.

Across Virginia there have been 11,318 deaths and 677,812 cases.

Below is the VDH breakdown of cases over the last six week in Alexandria:

  • Zero cases reported Sunday, June 13
  • Eight cases reported Saturday, June 12
  • Zero cases reported Friday June 11
  • Zero cases reported Thursday, June 10
  • Two cases reported Wednesday, June 9
  • Zero cases reported Tuesday, June 8
  • Zero cases reported Monday, June 7

On the vaccine front, 69,561 residents have been fully vaccinated, and 86,387 residents have been partially vaccinated. Alexandria has a goal of fully vaccinating 110,000 residents, which is 80% of the population.

Find vaccine providers in Alexandria here. If you feel sick, here is how to get tested.

Courtesy VDH

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