Here is a running list for our locality updates on COVID-19 trends across the Commonwealth of Virginia.

11/30/2020

Poquoson COVID-19 Update 11/30

Poquoson has seen a total of 146 cases. There have only been three hospitalizations and two deaths due to COVID-19 complications.

Poquoson is currently seeing a seven-day average increase of five new cases per day. The seven-day average of new daily cases among a population of 100,000 in Poquoson results in 15.2, which is 13 points below the statewide average.

Williamsburg COVID-19 Update: 11/30

Williamsburg has seen a total of 289 COVID-19 cases. 17 Williamsburg residents have been hospitalized due to COVID-19 and eight of those people died.

Williamsburg is currently seeing a seven-day average increase of one new case per day. The seven-day average of new daily cases among a population of 100,000 results in 5.8, which is 25 points below the statewide average.

Colonial Heights COVID-19 update 11/30

Colonial Heights has seen a total of 420 cases. Two additional Colonial Heights residents have been hospitalized in the last week due to COVID-19. There have been zero additional deaths in recent weeks, with the total remaining at 26.

Colonial Heights is currently seeing a seven-day average increase of five new cases per day. The seven-day average of new daily cases among a population of 100,000 in Colonial Heights results in 25.6, which is three points below the statewide average.

COVID-19 trends in Mathews County continue to remain low

Mathews County has seen a total of 160 cases. 12 of those cases resulted in hospitalizations and so far only one death from COVID-19 complications has been reported.

Mathews is currently seeing a seven-day average increase of one new case per day. The seven-day average of new daily cases among a population of 100,000 in Mathews is 8.1, which is nearly 20 points below the statewide average.


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