The pandemic continues to be easing off, with COVID-19 case rates in the Three Rivers Health District remaining at low levels of fewer than 10 new cases per day throughout the district.
According to a press release from Dr. Richard Williams, district director, Virginia cases have stabilized, with around 830 new cases per day over a seven-day average during the past week. The U.S. case rate has stabilized, as well, he said, with around 30,000 new cases daily nationwide.
Virginia hospitalizations are down, as well, said Williams, with around 330 people hospitalized statewide over a seven-day average during the past week.
Williams said that all Three Rivers jurisdictions currently are classified by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control as having Low community levels of Covid. Information about CDC Covid classifications is available at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/science/community-levels.html.
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