Virginia: 950 more cases of Coronavirus, 27 more deaths

(Courtesy of the Virginia Department of Health)
As some push for a faster opening of businesses, others worry that the increases in cases spell more trouble down the road.

The Old Dominion added 27 more confirmed and probable deaths from the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic in a Tuesday morning report from the Virginia Department of Health (VDH), now totaling 1041, along with 32.,145 cases. almost 1,000 more than a day earlier.

This means Virginians continue to come down with the virus at a time when the Commonwealth is trying to reopen businesses and restaurants as part of an effort to restart the economy.

Floyd County remains low in cases with 4 infections with 1 hospitalized but Patrick County added another case in the lastest tally with 9. Roanoke city cases are up to 135 with 8 deaths while the county has 88 cases with 3 deaths. Salem has 33 cases.

Montgomery County’s case total remains at 66 with 1 death while Carroll County has 50 cases. Franklin County has 30 cases with 1 death. Pulaski County has 10 cases.

Elsewhere in the Commonwealth, Fairfax County leads with 8020 cases and 292 deaths.

Statistics for Virginia, the United State and Worldwide:

Updated:  11:00 GMT 07:00 a.m. EDT

Virginia:
Infections: 32.145
Hospitalized: 
3,904
Deaths:
 1,041

United States:
Infections:
 1,565,391
Deaths : 93,168
Recoveries: 361,709

Worldwide:
Infections
: 4,966,219
Deaths: 323,636
Recoveries: 1,948,948

(Information obtained from the Center for Disease Control, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the World Health Organization, and the Virginia Department of Health.)

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