COVID-19 Data Dashboards


 Changes to COVID-19 Data Dashboards Effective May 12, 2023
  • The percent positivity metric is no longer available from CDC and VDH.
  • Community transmission levels, used primarily for healthcare settings, are no longer calculated, as they involve case and test positivity data.

Any further updates or changes to Arlington COVID-19 data dashboards will be posted here.

 COVID-19 Emergency Phase Ends

On May 5, 2023, the World Health Organization declared the end of the global COVID-19 public health emergency. On May 11, 2023, the U.S. COVID-19 Public Health Emergency declaration expired.

With the emergency phase over, efforts shift from emergency response to managing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic alongside other infectious diseases. 

While the emergency response has ended, there are no changes to the way we can protect ourselves from COVID-19. You still can slow the spread using layered strategies. No single strategy is perfect at preventing the spread of COVID-19. Use as many multiple (overlapping) layers of protection as you can – stay up-to-date with vaccines (including boosters), get tested, and stay home when you’re sick.

Arlington data are accessed directly through the Virginia Department of Health and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Use the following links to Arlington data to view Arlington cases, vaccinations, and COVID-19 wastewater surveillance. CDC COVID-19 Community Level and CDC Transmission Level reporting ended on May 11, 2023. 

The resources listed here provide Arlington COVID-19 data updates that align with current CDC and VDH guidance and recommendations. 

Helpful Tips

For VDH data resources, select Arlington District as the geographic selection, followed by choice of measure type and time period covered.

For CDC resources, select Virginia as the state, and Arlington County as the County. Arlington, Virginia is part of HHS Region 3 when viewing variants circulating in the U.S.