With just 80 reported cases of COVID-19 over the last week, Alexandria has surpassed 30,000 total cases since the onset of the pandemic.
As of Friday (March 25), there have been 30,026 reported cases of Covid in the city, according to the Alexandria Health Department. The number of deaths remains at 185, and the seven-day average of cases is now 17.
There have also been 637 cases reported within Alexandria City Public Schools since Dec. 1, an increase of 19 cases. Of those, 542 are children and 114 are staff, although the numbers listed on the school system’s dashboard don’t add up.
- There are 24,584 unvaccinated Alexandria residents
- About 76% of residents (117,044 people) are fully vaccinated
- 84% (129,532 people) of residents got at least one dose
- 58,662 residents got booster shots
This past week saw 31 homes sold in Alexandria. The least expensive condo, single-family home or townhouse sale over the past seven days was $172,500 while the most expensive was…
The base of the Appomattox statue has resurfaced atop Confederate graves in Alexandria. More than two years ago, the Appomattox statue was removed from Old Town by the United Daughters…
Alexandria City High School (ACHS) was evacuated in response to a bomb threat earlier today, the second day in a row that bomb threats have forced a school evacuation. The…
(Updated 4 p.m) Alexandria and several other localities have released an executive summary for a Regional Fair Housing Plan that not only provides some goals for housing but comes with…
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