RICHMOND, Va. (WFXR) — The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) reported 1,366 new COVID-19 cases and 11 new virus-related deaths as of Thursday morning, bringing the total coronavirus count around the Commonwealth up to 187,202 confirmed and probable cases and 3,688 confirmed and probable fatalities.
Virginia health officials confirmed 172,418 cases and 3,426 deaths are related to the virus as of Thursday, Nov. 5. However, 14,784 cases and 262 deaths are still reported as “probable.”
According to VDH’s Thursday tally, more than 22,000 cases have been reported from the following localities in southwest and central Virginia:
- Alleghany County: 161 cases, 13 hospitalizations, and 4 deaths
- Amherst County: 639 cases, 26 hospitalizations, and 6 deaths
- Appomattox County: 324 cases, 18 hospitalizations, and 6 deaths
- Bath County: 28 cases and 1 hospitalization
- Bedford County: 1,370 cases, 62 hospitalizations, and 18 deaths
- Bland County: 89 cases, 4 hospitalizations, and 5 deaths
- Botetourt County: 514 cases, 26 hospitalizations, and 13 deaths
- Buena Vista: 136 cases, 6 hospitalizations, and 1 death
- Campbell County: 828 cases, 33 hospitalizations, and 9 deaths
- Carroll County: 665 cases, 53 hospitalizations, and 29 deaths
- Charlotte County: 227 cases, 18 hospitalizations, and 1 death
- Covington: 62 cases and 1 hospitalization
- Craig County: 64 cases and 3 hospitalizations
- Danville: 1,299 cases, 123 hospitalizations, and 46 deaths
- Floyd County: 264 cases, 14 hospitalizations, and 15 deaths
- Franklin County: 1,066 cases, 38 hospitalizations, and 7 deaths
- Galax: 475 cases, 42 hospitalizations, and 30 deaths
- Giles County: 157 cases and 4 hospitalizations
- Grayson County: 405 cases, 32 hospitalizations, and 20 deaths
- Halifax County: 577 cases, 16 hospitalizations, and 8 deaths
- Henry County: 1,438 cases, 145 hospitalizations, and 33 deaths
- Highland County: 12 cases
- Lexington: 271 cases, 4 hospitalizations, and 1 death
- Lynchburg: 2,141 cases, 68 hospitalizations, and 27 deaths
- Martinsville: 507 cases, 68 hospitalizations, and 24 deaths
- Montgomery County: 3,061 cases, 39 hospitalizations, and 6 deaths
- Nelson County: 142 cases, 8 hospitalizations, and 2 deaths
- Patrick County: 344 cases, 60 hospitalizations, and 27 deaths
- Pittsylvania County: 1,402 cases, 91 hospitalizations, and 17 deaths
- Pulaski County: 333 cases, 22 hospitalizations, and 7 deaths
- Radford: 987 cases, 16 hospitalizations, and 1 death
- Roanoke City: 3,125 cases, 111 hospitalizations, and 47 deaths
- Roanoke County: 1,823 cases, 50 hospitalizations, and 15 deaths
- Rockbridge County: 164 cases, 7 hospitalizations, and 3 deaths
- Salem: 650 cases, 30 hospitalizations, and 12 deaths
- Wythe County: 361 cases, 30 hospitalizations, and 7 deaths
Since Wednesday, Nov. 4, VDH reported 34 new cases in Roanoke City, 31 in Roanoke County, 29 in Montgomery County, 24 in Franklin County, 18 in Bedford County, 16 in Campbell County, 12 in Lynchburg, nine in Carroll County, nine in Danville, eight in Henry County, eight in Pulaski County, seven in Halifax County, seven in Radford, six in Amherst County, six in Botetourt County, six in Galax, six in Salem, five in Bland County, five in Lexington, four in Martinsville, four in Rockbridge County, four in Wythe County, three in Appomattox County, three in Floyd County, three in Pittsylvania County, two in Buena Vista, two in Giles County, two in Highland County, and single new cases in a few other localities.
In addition, of the 11 new virus-related deaths reported on Thursday, health officials say one is from Franklin County and one is from Pulaski County.
The department has reportedly received 12,865 total records of confirmed and probable virus-related hospitalizations around Virginia as of Thursday, which is 68 more hospitalizations than VDH reported on Wednesday.
Of those newly reported hospitalizations from Thursday, three are from Pittsylvania County, two are from Carroll County, two are from Charlotte County, two are from Pulaski County, one is from Martinsville, one is from Montgomery County, one is from Radford, one is from Roanoke County, and one is from Salem.
However, between Wednesday and Thursday, VDH reported one less hospitalization in Henry County.
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