Valley Health has launched online registration for COVID-19 vaccines through PrepMod, the statewide registration platform

People 75 and older as well as essential workers prioritized in Virginia’s 1b group can sign up for an appointment time using the link tinyurl.com/y2aols3c.

Though the site was launched a day later than expected, Jason Craig, director of urgent care for Valley Health’s central region and operational lead for Valley Health’s vaccination distribution process, called the launch a success.

“We appreciated everyone’s patience,” he said on Tuesday. “It was a great win for the community to be able to get that link out.”

Once logged into the system, visitors can check their eligibility to receive the vaccine and choose a time that’s convenient for them.

“The system is set up so it helps us manage inventory as well,” Craig said.

“We are going to do it as many days as we can with the amount of inventory that we have.”

The Virginia Department of Health, at its online dashboard at vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus, reported 181,316 people have received at least one vaccine dose, an increase of 7,163 from the 174,153 doses reported on Monday.

It also reported 19,086 people fully vaccinated, up 3,956 from the 15,130 reported on Monday.

Locally, Frederick County reported 1,845 (up 190) doses administered as of Tuesday, along with 444 people fully vaccinated.

Winchester reported 2,213 (up 184) doses and 566 people fully vaccinated.

Clarke County reported 602 (up 195) doses and 51 people fully vaccinated.

Warren County reported 758 (up 100) doses and 114 fully vaccinated.

Shenandoah County reported 1,065 (up 34) doses and 184 fully vaccinated.

Page County reported 360 (up 34) doses and 47 fully vaccinated.

On Tuesday, Frederick reported 75 new COVID-19 cases, Shenandoah 26, Page 22, Warren 20, Winchester 12 and Clarke nine.

Hospitalizations were added in Frederick, Page and Shenandoah counties (one each). Two deaths were recorded in Shenandoah and one in Page.

Area schools

Area public school divisions update their online dashboards with active cases among staff and students participating in hybrid or in-person learning. Data on full-time home-based students and staff may not be available.

Shenandoah County Public Schools has five student cases and 10 staff cases.

Sandy Hook Elementary has one student case and one staff case. Strasburg High has one student case. W.W. Robinson Elementary has one student case. Peter Muhlenberg Middle has one staff case. Central High has one student case and three staff cases. Ashby Lee Elementary has one staff case. North Fork Middle has one student case and one staff case. Stonewall Jackson High has one staff case. Two staff cases are reported at the division level.

Robinson and Central are on virtual learning models through at least Friday.

The Warren County school division lists 15 active student cases and seven staff cases. Its online dashboard lists 109 students and 20 staff members quarantining because of contact with the virus.

AS Rhodes Elementary has two student cases. E. Wilson Morrison Elementary has one student and one staff case. Hilda J. Barbour Elementary has three staff cases. Skyline Middle and Warren County each have three student cases and one staff case. Skyline High has two student cases. Warren County High has three student cases. Central Administrative Support Services has one staff case.

Since Sept. 8, the school division has had 50 positive cases among students and 33 among staff, as well as 406 students and 103 staff quarantined because of direct contact cases.

Winchester schools, as of Monday, lists 15 staff cases (up four) and nine student cases (up three).

John Handley High School has four staff and four student cases. Daniel Morgan Middle School has two staff and three student cases. Daniel Morgan Intermediate has one student case. Frederick Douglass Elementary has three staff cases. Garland R. Quarles Elementary has two student cases. John Kerr Elementary has two staff cases and one student case. Virginia Avenue Charlotte DeHart Elementary has two staff and two student cases. Central Administrative Support Services has two staff cases.

The site also lists 12 staff members and 70 students on active self-quarantine.

Clarke County schools lists two student cases and six staff cases.

DG Cooley Elementary: one student, one staff member and one contracted services employee.

Johnson-Williams Middle: one student, two substitutes and one staff member.

Boyce Elementary: one contracted services employee.

The division also reports 19 students and six staff members quarantining.

Frederick County schools, since Sept. 8, has had 130 employees and 214 students with positive cases, with the following cumulative totals as of Friday:

Elementary schools: Apple Pie Ridge 11, Armel five, Bass-Hoover 11, Evendale 10, Gainesboro 15, Greenwood Mill 13, Indian Hollow seven, Jordan Springs 15, Middletown six, Orchard View nine, Redbud Run 16 and Stonewall 10.

Middle schools: Admiral Bryd 20, Frederick County 16, James Wood 12 and Aylor nine.

James Wood High School has had 31 cases, Millbrook High 42 and Sherando High 58. The Dowell J. Howard Center has reported two cases, NREP at Senseny Road School 10, the Facilities Services Department one and the Transportation Department 15.

Regional cases

Harrisonburg has reported 4,860 cases (up 27), 135 hospitalizations (up two) and 48 deaths (up one).

Rockingham County has reported 4,682 cases (up 44), 242 hospitalizations (up three) and 50 deaths (up two).

Contact Josette Keelor at jkeelor@nvdaily.com