Virginia adds 7,762 new COVID-19 cases, 202 hospitalized and 102 deaths over weekend

Montgomery County reported three new deaths, Giles County had 3, Pulaski 1, Franklin 1 and Galax 1

The figures below are counts by the Virginia Department of Health from 5 pm last Thursday to 5 pm Sunday.

Virginia:
Infections:
 877.090 (7,762)
Hospitalized:
 36,913 (+202)
Deaths:
 12,908 (+102)

Floyd County:
Infections: 1,322 (+10)      
Hospitalized: 44          
Deaths: 24    

Montgomery County:
Infections: 11,360 (+70)
Hospitalized: 245       
Deaths: 95 (+3)      

Radford:
Infections: 2,819 (+10)  
Hospitalized: 47 (+1)      
Deaths: 30     

Carroll County
Infections: 3,569 (+14)
Hospitalized: 256          
Deaths: 85    

Galax:
Infections: 1,440 (+7)  
Hospitalized: 113    
Deaths: 59 (+1)    

Giles County:
Infections: 2,11 (+14)
Hospitalized: 79                 
Deaths: 28 (+3)  

Pulaski County
Infections: 3,734 (+59) 
Hospitalized: 175 (+1)                
Deaths: 77 (+1)        

Franklin County:
Infections: 5,639 (+85)
Hospitalized: 238 (+3)      
Deaths: 94 (+1)        

Roanoke:
Infections:
  11,409 (+129)
Hospitalized: 304 (+1)                     
Deaths: 216        

Roanoke County:
Infections: 11,078 (+152)  
Hospitalized: 234 (+1)            
Deaths: 157 (+1)      

Salem:
Infections: 3,083 (+11)
Hospitalized: 90 (+1)                
Deaths: 56    

Patrick County:
Infections: 1,900 (+15)  
Hospitalized: 130 (+1)     
Deaths: 52

2 thoughts on “Virginia adds 7,762 new COVID-19 cases, 202 hospitalized and 102 deaths over weekend”

    • I’m sorry,  but the comment you submitted to Blue Ridge Muse refers to the chart published by VDH on the web page you submitted on the link, bur the  numbers on the report were for the period listed in Monday’s report by Muse was for the daily periods over the period that ran from our daily listing on Friday (which as the daily count from 5 p.m. Wednesday to 5 p.m. Thursday) to our repot on Monday (which includes the daily counts from 5 p.m. Thursday to 5 p.m. Sunday).

      The bar chart covers the previous 90 days of statewide daily case counts, but our report monitors the daily numbers that are not listed on Friday, Saturday or Sunday periods after VDH stopped pasting the daily reports. We take the daily counts that come from the cumulative counts by locality.

      Our reports show the statewide increase over the weekend. VDH does not do so in its Monday reports.

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