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Topic: Very low birthweight
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Very low birthweight: Virginia, 2015-2018 Average

Percent of live births
RegionPercent
Accomack2.4
Albemarle1.1
Alexandria city1.2
Alleghany**
Amelia**
Amherst1.9
Appomattox1.4
Arlington1.0
Augusta0.8
Bath**
Bedford1.0
Bedford city**
Bland**
Botetourt**
Bristol city**
Brunswick2.3
Buchanan1.5
Buckingham2.7
Buena Vista city**
Campbell1.2
Caroline1.7
Carroll**
Charles City**
Charlotte2.2
Charlottesville city1.0
Chesapeake city1.9
Chesterfield1.2
Clarke**
Clifton Forge city**
Colonial Heights city1.9
Covington city**
Craig**
Culpeper1.1
Cumberland**
Danville city2.8
Dickenson**
Dinwiddie2.0
Emporia city**
Essex2.5
Fairfax city1.1
Fairfax county1.2
Falls Church city**
Fauquier0.6
Floyd**
Fluvanna1.1
Franklin2.1
Franklin city2.4
Frederick1.3
Fredericksburg city1.4
Galax city**
Giles1.7
Gloucester1.1
Goochland**
Grayson**
Greene1.3
Greensville**
Halifax1.8
Hampton city2.0
Hanover1.3
Harrisonburg city1.0
Henrico1.5
Henry2.0
Highland**
Hopewell city2.2
Isle of Wight1.4
James City1.7
King and Queen**
King George1.0
King William**
Lancaster**
Lee1.2
Lexington city**
Loudoun1.0
Louisa1.3
Lunenburg**
Lynchburg city1.6
Madison**
Manassas city1.2
Manassas Park city**
Martinsville city2.3
Mathews**
Mecklenburg2.4
Middlesex**
Montgomery1.0
Nelson**
New Kent1.2
Newport News city1.8
Norfolk city2.0
Northampton**
Northumberland**
Norton city**
Nottoway2.4
Orange1.5
Page1.1
Patrick**
Petersburg city2.7
Pittsylvania1.9
Poquoson city**
Portsmouth city2.3
Powhatan**
Prince Edward1.5
Prince George1.5
Prince William1.5
Pulaski1.3
Radford city3.3
Rappahannock**
Richmond**
Richmond city2.3
Roanoke1.4
Roanoke city1.9
Rockbridge1.9
Rockingham1.5
Russell1.6
Salem city1.4
Scott**
Shenandoah1.0
Smyth1.7
Southampton**
Spotsylvania1.4
Stafford1.3
Staunton city1.4
Suffolk city2.1
Surry**
Sussex2.8
Tazewell2.3
Virginia1.5
Virginia Beach city1.6
Warren1.3
Washington2.1
Waynesboro city1.0
Westmoreland**
Williamsburg city**
Winchester city1.8
Wise1.6
Wythe1.8
York1.2
** Suppressed due to missing data or insufficient numbers.
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Healthy people 2020

  • Very low birthweight: reduce to no more than 1.4% of live births.

Footnotes

  • Very low birthweight is less than 1500 grams (3 1/3 pounds).

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • Retrieved August 06, 2020, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.