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COVID-19 Live Updates | Virginia sees 54 new cases on Father's Day

You'll find important information about coronavirus cases as well as impacts that COVID-19 is having on life in Hampton Roads and in northeastern North Carolina.

Editor's Note: As of November 7, 2020, we will be using the combined total of confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 when we report daily numbers. That figure is what departments of health use in making their decisions about coronavirus. Prior to that date, the figures we used represented confirmed cases only.

Sunday, June 20

9:45 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health added 54 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases on Father's Day. This means the state has now reached 678,649 total cases since the pandemic started.

In state hospitals, there are 283 people being treated for COVID-19, some of them still have pending test results.

According to the VDH, 87.3% of the state population has been administered the COVID-19 vaccine.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 3
  • Newport News -- 4
  • Norfolk -- 1
  • Hampton -- 1
  • Suffolk -- 0
  • Portsmouth -- 5
  • James City County -- 2
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • York County -- 2
  • Gloucester County -- 0
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 0
  • Chesapeake -- 0

Saturday, June 19

10:45 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health added 89 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases to its daily dashboard Saturday. This brings the state's total number of cases to 678,595, counted since the pandemic started in March 2020.

According to the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association, there are 286 patients being treated in hospitals across the state for the virus. Some of those people have COVID-19 test results that are still pending.

Since the start of the pandemic, 30,303 people have been hospitalized for the virus.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 9
  • Newport News -- 5
  • Norfolk -- 8
  • Hampton -- 2
  • Suffolk -- 1
  • Portsmouth -- 2
  • James City County -- 1
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • York County -- 0
  • Gloucester County -- 0
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 0
  • Chesapeake -- 9

Friday, June 18

12:47 p.m.

North Carolina has 220 new cases of COVID-19 as of Friday, with 10 less people in the hospital than Thursday, with 475.

Since March, North Carolina has dealt with 1,010,113 cases of COVID-19 as well as 13,340 deaths. 

According to the department of health, 41% of the total population is fully vaccinated, and 44% have had at least one dose. However, 51% of adults in the state are fully vaccinated and 55% percent of them have been vaccinated. 

9:19 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health reported 114 new cases of the coronavirus on Friday, bringing the total since March 2020 to 678,506.

307 people are currently hospitalized with the virus, which is 17 less than Wednesday but the same as Thursday. 

A total of 77,091 Virginians have died from COVID, and almost half the population is fully vaccinated, 48.6% to be exact. 

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 7
  • Newport News -- 10
  • Norfolk -- 6
  • Hampton -- 4
  • Suffolk -- -2
  • Portsmouth -- -1
  • James City County -- -2
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • York County -- -1
  • Gloucester County -- 1
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 1
  • Chesapeake -- 10

Thursday, June 17

11:51 p.m.

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services reported 362 new COVID-19 cases Thursday. This brings the state to 1,009,531 total cases since the pandemic started, a little over a year ago.

According to NC DHHS officials, 55% of adults in the state have at least received their first dose of the COVID-19 shot and 51% of adults have been fully vaccinated.

There are currently 485 people being treated in state hospitals.

NC has a 1.9% daily positivity rate at this time.

9:10 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health added 166 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases to its daily dashboard Thursday morning. 

The state has seen 678,392 total COVID-19 cases since the pandemic started in March 2020.

As of today, 307 patients are being treated in hospitals across the state for the virus. Some of those people still have pending (COVID-19) test results.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 2
  • Newport News -- 10
  • Norfolk -- 7
  • Hampton -- 2
  • Suffolk -- 0
  • Portsmouth -- 0
  • James City County -- 1
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • York County -- 0
  • Gloucester County -- 0
  • Mathews County -- 3
  • Isle of Wight County -- 2
  • Chesapeake -- 4

Wednesday, June 16

12:07 p.m.

The North Carolina Department of Health reported 333 new cases in the state Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases to 1,009,531 since March 2020. 

495 people are currently hospitalized in the state, and 13,314 North Carolina residents have died. 

As of Wednesday, 41% of the population has been full vaccinated, and 44% have had at least one dose. 

9:01 a.m.

A total of 277 new cases of COVID-19 were added to the Virginia Department of Health's daily dashboard on Wednesday. The state has seen a total of 678,226 cases since the beginning of the pandemic, and 11,330 people have died. 

According to the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association, 324 people remain hospitalized with the virus. 

As of Wednesday, 47.8% of Virginia's population is fully vaccinated, and 57% have had at least one dose. 

Tuesday, June 15

1:10 p.m.

By Tuesday's health department dashboard update, 13,296 North Carolinians had died from COVID-19 complications.

In the year-and-change since the pandemic began, healthcare teams have tracked 1,009,198 coronavirus infections among residents.

This morning, 510 people in the state were hospitalized for cases of the disease.

There were 272 cases newly reported since Monday.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 15
  • Newport News -- 4
  • Norfolk -- 4
  • Hampton -- 2
  • Suffolk -- 1
  • Portsmouth -- 4
  • James City County -- 0
  • Poquoson -- 1
  • York County -- 3
  • Gloucester County -- 3
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- -1
  • Chesapeake -- 5

9:10 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health added 137 new COVID-19 cases to its dashboard Tuesday morning. Virginia has reached 677,949 total COVID-19 cases, counted since the pandemic started.

There are currently 324 people being treated in hospitals across the state, according to the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association.

VDH reported that 85.6% (out of received) COVID-19 doses have been administered throughout the state.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 4
  • Newport News -- 3
  • Norfolk -- 10
  • Hampton -- 4
  • Suffolk -- 4
  • Portsmouth -- 4
  • James City County -- 1
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • York County -- 2
  • Gloucester County -- 3
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- -1
  • Chesapeake -- 8

Monday, June 14

1:40 p.m.

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services added 284 cases to its running dashboard total Monday afternoon.

In the time since the pandemic reached North Carolina, healthcare teams have tracked 1,008,926 coronavirus infections and 13,292 COVID-19 deaths in the state.

Today, there were 480 North Carolinians hospitalized for treatment of the disease.

Here's the latest update on vaccination numbers for the Tar Heel state:

  • People who have gotten the first of two doses: 4,309,143
  • People who are fully vaccinated: 4,275,716

9:04 a.m.

The state of Virginia has 68 more cases of COVID-19 as of Monday, the Virginia Department of Health reported. That's five cases less than Sunday when 73 were added. 

The additional 68 cases bring the total number of cases since the start of the pandemic to 677,812. 

There are currently 321 people hospitalized due to the virus, and 11,318 people have died since March 2020. 

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 4
  • Newport News -- 4
  • Norfolk -- 1
  • Hampton -- 2
  • Suffolk -- 1
  • Portsmouth -- 2
  • James City County -- 3
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • York County -- 3
  • Gloucester County -- 0
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 0
  • Chesapeake -- 3

Sunday, June 13

10:20 a.m.

Officials from the Virginia Department of Health reported 73 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases Sunday morning. This is fewer cases than the amount reported yesterday.

In Virginia hospitals today, there are 323 people currently being treated for the virus. 

The state's death toll is 11,307 total COVID-19 deaths since the pandemic started in March 2020. 

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- -3
  • Newport News -- 4
  • Norfolk -- 5
  • Hampton --  2
  • Suffolk -- 1
  • Portsmouth -- 7
  • James City County -- 2
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • York County -- 1
  • Gloucester County -- -1
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 0
  • Chesapeake -- 1

Saturday, June 12

9:10 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health added 141 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases to its daily dashboard Saturday morning.

According to the VA Hospital and Healthcare Association, there are 345 patients currently in the hospitals across the state being treated for the virus. Some of those patients have COVID-19 test results that are still pending.

The state has reached 677,671 total cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic started in March 2020. Since then, 30,150 total people have been hospitalized.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 4
  • Newport News -- 1
  • Norfolk -- 7
  • Hampton --  0
  • Suffolk -- 1
  • Portsmouth -- 6
  • James City County -- 0
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • York County -- -1
  • Gloucester County -- 0
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 2
  • Chesapeake -- 2

Friday, June 11

2:27 p.m. 

The North Carolina Department of Health added 425 COVID-19 cases to their dashboard Friday, bringing the grand total to 1,007,698 since March 2020. 

535 people are currently hospitalized in the state, and the death total rose by 19 since Thursday. 

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 13,265 people have died in the state from COVID-19. 

The percentage of those fully vaccinated still sits at 44%, with 40% having received at least one dose. 

10:30 a.m. 

The Virginia Department of Health reported 105 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the total since March 2020 to 677,530. 

The death total rose 13 since Thursday. So, since March 2020, 11.283 people have died from Coronavirus in Virginia. 

47% of the population in full vaccinated, or 4,008,768 people. 56.6% of people in Virginia have had at least one dose. 

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 9
  • Newport News -- 1
  • Norfolk -- 2
  • Hampton --  3
  • Suffolk -- 0
  • Portsmouth -- -2
  • James City County -- 5 
  • Poquoson -- 1
  • York County -- 3
  • Gloucester County -- 1
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 0
  • Chesapeake -- 2

Thursday, June 10

1:51 p.m.

North Carolina's new cases for the day are still above the 7-day rolling average, with 464 cases reported Thursday. That brings the state's total since the beginning of the pandemic to 1,007,273.

The state did not report any new deaths specifically on Thursday, however, the death total did jump up to 13,246.

3,909,637 people in North Carolina are fully vaccinated and 4,287,113 have had at least one dose. 

11:00 a.m.

There were 215 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases added to the Virginia Department of Health's daily dashboard Thursday. 

Since the pandemic began, VA has seen 677,425 cases. The total number of deaths did not ride since Wednesday, still at 11,270 since March 2020.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 8 
  • Newport News -- 4
  • Norfolk -- 5
  • Hampton --  3
  • Suffolk -- 0
  • Portsmouth -- 0
  • James City County -- 1
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • York County -- 3
  • Gloucester County -- 0
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 2
  • Chesapeake -- 8

Wednesday, June 9

12:48 p.m.

North Carolina added 544 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing their total to 1,006,809. 

554 people are currently hospitalized in the state, but no new deaths were reported. Their death total still sits at 13,212.

Just like the number of deaths, the number of vaccinated citizens is the same as Tuesday. 44% of people there have gotten at least one dose, and 40% are fully vaccinated.

9:35 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health added 197 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases to the daily dashboard on Wednesday.

VDH said the state has reached a total of 677,210 cases since the pandemic started in March 2020.

The death toll for the state is up to 11,260 in total COVID-19 deaths.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 1
  • Newport News -- 3
  • Norfolk -- 2
  • Hampton -- 1 
  • Suffolk -- 3
  • Portsmouth -- 0
  • James City County -- 2
  • Poquoson -- 1
  • York County -- 0
  • Gloucester County -- 1
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- -2
  • Chesapeake -- 9

Tuesday, June 8

12:46 p.m.

As of Tuesday, North Carolina added 299 more COVID-19 cases to their total, bring it to 1,006,265 cases since the beginning of the pandemic. 

There are 568 people hospitalized as of Tuesday, an increase of 22 people since Monday. 

No deaths were reported, however, the total number of people who have died since March of 2020 is 13,212.

3,873,156 people are fully vaccinated in the state, which is about 44% of the total population. 4,272,600 have at least one dose. 

9:20 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health added 182 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases to its daily dashboard Tuesday morning.

Throughout the state, VDH reported that 84.9% of COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered. 

Virginia has reached 30,020 total COVID-19 hospitalizations since the pandemic started in March 2020. According to VDH, 11,253 people have died from the virus.

Health officials said 24 additional people are in the hospital being treated for the virus. This includes patients who have COVID-19 test results that are still pending.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 12
  • Newport News -- 1
  • Norfolk -- 7
  • Hampton -- 1
  • Suffolk -- 3
  • Portsmouth -- 4
  • James City County -- 0
  • Poquoson -- 3
  • York County -- 3
  • Gloucester County -- 3
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 1
  • Chesapeake -- 14

Monday, June 7

12:44 p.m.

North Carolina saw 359 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the total number of cases since the start of the pandemic to 1,005,996.

There are currently 546 people hospitalized in the state with coronavirus, with no new deaths reported on Monday. However, since March of 2020, 13,199 people have died from the virus in North Carolina. 

40% of the total population is fully vaccinated, and 44% have had at least one dose. 

9:15 a.m.

In Virginia, health officials reported 90 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases. The daily cases continue to drop as more of the state's population gets vaccinated for the COVID-19.

According to the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association, there are 424 people being treated in hospitals for the virus, throughout the state. This includes patients who have tested results (COVID-19) that are still pending.

As of today, the commonwealth state has reached 676,831 total COVID-19 cases since the pandemic started.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 4
  • Newport News -- 4
  • Norfolk -- 4
  • Hampton -- 0
  • Suffolk -- 0
  • Portsmouth -- 4
  • James City County -- 1
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • York County -- 0
  • Gloucester County -- -1
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 3
  • Chesapeake -- -1

Sunday, June 6

11:26 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health reported 155 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases Sunday morning.

As of today, the state has reached 676,741 total COVID-19 cases since the pandemic started in March 2020, and 29,958 people have been hospitalized from it.

In state hospitals today, there are 429 people being treated for the virus.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 2
  • Newport News -- 8
  • Norfolk -- 8
  • Hampton -- 8
  • Suffolk -- 3
  • Portsmouth -- 3
  • James City County -- 2
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • York County -- 2
  • Gloucester County -- 0
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 0
  • Chesapeake -- 6

Saturday, June 5

10:34 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health added 286 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases to its daily dashboard Saturday morning.

Since the pandemic started in March 2020, the state has seen 676,586 total COVID-19 cases and as a result, 11,229 people have died from the virus.

According to the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association, there are 443 patients being treated in hospitals across the state.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 14
  • Newport News -- 9
  • Norfolk -- 14
  • Hampton -- 5
  • Suffolk -- 1
  • Portsmouth -- 1
  • James City County -- 1
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • York County -- 1
  • Gloucester County -- 4
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 2
  • Chesapeake -- 8

Friday, June 4

3:45 p.m.

North Carolina's health department added 680 newly reported coronavirus infections in its Friday dashboard update. That's the highest number of new daily cases since last Saturday.

In the months since the pandemic reached North Carolina, the health department has tracked 1,004,669 total cases.

Healthcare teams say 13,151 North Carolinians have died from COVID-19 in the same amount of time.

Today, 613 people were hospitalized for COVID-19 treatment.

By today's update, 50% of North Carolinian adults were fully vaccinated.

Here's the latest vaccine update for the Tar Heel state:

  • People who have gotten the first of two doses: 4,245,496
  • People who are fully vaccinated: 4,120,223

9:31 a.m.

Virginia added 259 coronavirus infections and six COVID-19 deaths to its official count Friday morning.

In total, since March 2020, the commonwealth has seen 676,300 infections and 11,222 COVID-19 deaths.

There were 480 people hospitalized for cases of the disease this morning. Out of those patients, 112 were in ICU wards and 82 were on ventilators.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 75 Virginia children had been diagnosed with Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C), a disease that appears in areas where there's been large COVID-19 outbreaks.

COVID-19 vaccination numbers had not been updated on the Virginia Department of Health website by 9:30 a.m.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 18
  • Newport News -- 8
  • Norfolk -- 7
  • Hampton -- 5
  • Suffolk -- 4
  • Portsmouth -- 2
  • James City County -- 1
  • Poquoson -- 1
  • York County -- 1
  • Gloucester County -- 1
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 0
  • Chesapeake -- -1

Thursday, June 3

12:45 p.m.

North Carolina's running total of COVID-19 cases has reached 1,003,989 since the beginning of the pandemic.

This afternoon, there was an additional 481 cases and 613 people were hospitalized.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 13,130 people have died in North Carolina from Coronavirus. On Thursday, 20 deaths were reported. 

As of Thursday, 39.2% of the total population is fully vaccinated, and 43.3% have at least one of two doses.

9:37 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health's daily dashboard added 258 newly reported coronavirus cases Thursday morning.

The grand total count, since last march, is at 676,041 infections.

In the same amount of time, 11,216 Virginians have died from COVID-19 complications.

This morning, 498 people were being treated for the disease in state hospitals, with 129 COVID-19 patients in ICU wards, and 88 on ventilators.

Here's the latest on the state's vaccinations:

  • People vaccinated with one dose: 4,696,591 (55% full population, 67% adults)
  • People fully vaccinated: 3,808,074 (44% full population, 56% adults)

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 12
  • Chesapeake -- 9
  • Hampton -- 8
  • Norfolk -- 6
  • Portsmouth -- 5
  • Suffolk -- 4
  • Newport News -- 2
  • James City County -- 2
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 0
  • York County -- 0
  • Gloucester County -- -1

Wednesday, June 2

1:21 p.m.

North Carolina's running total of COVID-19 cases has reached 1,003,508 since the beginning of the pandemic.

On Wednesday, there was an additional 265 cases and 610 people were hospitalized.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 13,110 people have died in North Carolina from Coronavirus. However, on Wednesday, no deaths were reported. 

As of Wednesday, 38.9% of the total population is fully vaccinated, and 43.2% have at least one of two doses.

9:17 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health added 186 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases to its daily dashboard Wednesday morning after the state saw 59 new cases reported yesterday.

There are 476 patients currently being treated in hospitals across the state for the virus.

Since the pandemic started in March 2020, the state saw 675,783 total COVID-19 cases and 29,815 people have been hospitalized as a result.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 3
  • Hampton -- 9
  • Norfolk -- 2
  • Chesapeake -- 5
  • Portsmouth -- 4
  • Newport News -- 1
  • Gloucester County -- 4
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 0
  • James City County -- 1
  • York County -- 1
  • Suffolk -- 4

Tuesday, June 1

3 p.m.

North Carolina's running total number of coronavirus infections (since the beginning of the pandemic) stood at 1,003,243 this afternoon.

The website didn't post a daily update on Memorial Day, but yesterday, 448 new cases were reported, and today, 268 were added.

Since March 2020, 13,101 North Carolinians have died from COVID-19.

There were 602 people hospitalized with the disease in North Carolina at the latest count.

9:20 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health added only 59 new coronavirus infections statewide Tuesday.

On its daily dashboard, the number of total cases (since the pandemic began) sits at 675,538.

In the same amount of time, 11,186 Virginians have died from COVID-19.

There were 446 people hospitalized for the disease this morning. Out of that group of patients, 124 people were in ICU wards, and 76 needed to be on ventilators.

Here's how vaccinations are going so far in Virginia:

  • Vaccinated with at least one dose: 4,685,470
  • People fully vaccinated: 3,793,971

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Virginia Beach -- 9
  • Hampton -- 7
  • Norfolk -- 6
  • Chesapeake -- 5
  • Portsmouth -- 2
  • Newport News -- 1
  • Gloucester County -- 0
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 0
  • James City County -- -1
  • York County -- -1
  • Suffolk -- -5

Monday, May 31

9:15 a.m.

On Memorial Day, the Virginia Department of Health added only 146 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases. This marks another day that the state has seen fewer new cases.

The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association said there are 481 patients currently being treated in hospitals across the state for the virus. Some of the patients have COVID-19 test results that are still pending.

VDH reported that the state has seen 11,186 total COVID-19 deaths since the pandemic started in March 2020.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Chesapeake -- 7
  • Virginia Beach -- 6
  • Norfolk -- 7
  • Hampton -- 6
  • Portsmouth -- 0
  • Newport News -- 7
  • Gloucester County -- 1
  • York County -- 1
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 0
  • Suffolk -- -1
  • James City County -- 2

Sunday, May 30

10:28 a.m.

The Virginia Department of Health reported 227 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases Sunday morning.

According to health officials, 83.6% of COVID-19 doses (out of received) have been administered across Virginia.

Since the pandemic started in March 2020, the state reached 675,392 total COVID cases and 29,734 people have been hospitalized as a result.

Here are the cases newly reported for Hampton Roads:

  • Chesapeake -- 8
  • Virginia Beach -- 17
  • Norfolk -- 9
  • Hampton -- 8
  • Portsmouth -- 0
  • Newport News -- 17
  • Gloucester County -- 1
  • York County -- 0
  • Poquoson -- 0
  • Mathews County -- 0
  • Isle of Wight County -- 0
  • Suffolk -- 4
  • James City County -- 6