Nine Alexandria residents died of COVID-19 over the last month, bringing the death toll from the virus to 210.
The number of cases is still declining, and the city’s Community Level remains low, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The seven-day average of new cases is now 10.7 — down from the mid-30s at around this time last month.
There have been 385 cases reported so far in October, and as of Monday (October 24), there have been 42,133 total reported cases since the pandemic began in March 2020.
The new fatalities include six Alexandrians in their 80s, one in their 70s, two in their 60s and one in their 50s.
There were 991 new cases in September, making last month the second-lowest month for new infections in 2022.
- January — 12,822 new cases
- February — 1,227 new cases
- March — 593 new cases
- April — 1,488 new cases
- May — 2,900 new cases
- June — 2,357 new cases
- July — 2,396 new cases
- August — 1,499 new cases
- September — 991 new cases
Below are numbers of new cases this month:
- 26 new cases on October 24
- 11 new cases on October 23
- 9 new cases on October 22
- 13 new cases on October 21
- 8 new cases on October 20
- -1 new cases on October 19
- 9 new cases on October 18
- 36 new cases on October 17
- 22 new cases on October 16
- 23 new cases on October 15
- 16 new cases on October 14
- 7 new cases on October 13
- 24 new cases on October 12
- 4 new cases on October 11
- 14 new cases on October 10
- 19 new cases on October 9
- 16 new cases on October 8
- 19 new cases on October 7
- 19 new cases on October 6
- 16 new cases on October 5
- 19 new cases on October 4
- 14 new cases on October 3
- 22 new cases on October 2
- 20 new cases on October 1
- There are 22,515 unvaccinated Alexandria residents
- About 86% of residents (134,936 people) are fully vaccinated
- 61,950 residents got their first booster shot
- 11,827 residents got their second booster shot
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St. Paul’s Episcopal Preschool, a play-based, half-day preschool in the heart of Old Town, Alexandria has limited openings for the ’23-’24 school year.
- 18 month old – Kindergarten classes
- Full day Kindergarten option (3 days/week)
- Early Care
- Transportation (ages 3+)
- Weekly Field Trips (ages 3+)
- Financial Aid available
Monarch Montessori School located in the heart of Del Ray is enrolling children 6 weeks to 6 years of age for our half day and full day program.
Our hours of operation are 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM, Monday-Friday. Monarch Montessori School is open year round, with intermittent breaks.
Children engage in self-directed, self-initiated activities under the guidance of a trained Montessori teacher. Classroom sizes range from 8-12 students. Our robust curriculum includes botany, sensorial activities, the social graces, culture, math, science, practical life, geography, music appreciation and language arts.
You’ll get half off of the registration fee when you register and begin care with us before April 30, 2023.
Del Ray Dog Fest & Yappy Hour
The 1st Annual Del Ray Dog Fest is a fun outdoor event that will include dog-centered activities, dog menu items, live music, vendors and food on Sunday, April 2 from 11am- 3pm at the George Washington Middle School parking lot.