REGIONAL — Included below is the current local data (as of Jan. 24, 2022) regarding COVID-19.
Data by Locality
|Locality||Case Count||Hospitalization Count||Death Count|
|James City County||12,699||342||100|
|City of Williamsburg||1,490||70||13|
Since Monday, Jan. 17, James City County has seen a 701 increase in cases, City of Williamsburg has seen 6, and York County has seen 357. However, there has not been an increase in COVID-19-related deaths since Jan. 17.*these numbers are based on the numbers provided through VDH’s COVID-19 Dashboard as of Jan. 24, 2022.
Current Level of Transmission
|James City County||High|
|City of Williamsburg||High|
School System Data
|Total Active Positive Cases||Total in Quarantine||Employees Fully Vaccinated||Students (5-11) Fully Vaccinated||Students (12-17) Fully Vaccinated|
|Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools (WJCC)||232||425||91%||21.2%||43.9%|
|York County School Division (YCSD)||140||Not Reported||Not Reported||Not Reported||Not Reported|
It is important to note that a person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine or two weeks after the second dose of Comirnaty (formerly Pfizer-BioNTech) or Moderna vaccines.
|Locality||Received One Dose||Fully Vaccinated||Third Vaccine|
|Statewide||6,730,109 (78.8%)||5,857,248 (68.6%)||2,373,312 (not reported)|
|James City County||61,553 (80.4%)||54,240 (70.9%)||28,214 (36.9%)|
|City of Williamsburg||8,857 (59.2%)||7,757 (51.9%)||3,172 (21.2%)|
|York County||53,153 (77.8%)||47,916 (70.2%)||18,502 (27.1%)|
**This data does not reflect doses given out federally
Recent Information from WYDaily Regarding COVID-19 (As of Jan. 24, 2022)
- York County Schools to Maintain Mask Requirement
- W&M Provides Update on COVID-19 Protocols to Students, Faculty, and Staff
- Governor Announces COVID-19 Action Plan
- Poquoson City Public Schools to No Longer Require Masks in Buildings
- WJCC Students Will Continue to Mask
- WJCC School Board Discusses Mask Mandate, Strategies Going Forward
- COVID-19 Rapid Test May Not Always Provide Accurate Result
- USPS Begins Taking Orders for Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests Early
- To learn more or to schedule an appointment to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, contact your healthcare provider or visit the website for Vaccinate Virginia.
- For more information regarding current vaccinations for COVID-19, visit the website for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
- To find the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), click here.
- To see the current COVID-19 map courtesy of Johns Hopkins University & Medicine, click here.