Virginia COVID-19 cases top 1,000 with 25 deaths

Nationally, 142,793 are infected with 4,562 listed as "recovered" and 2,490 deaths with 739,057 infected worldwide with 134,317 recoveries and 35,013 deaths.
COVID-19 virus: A deadly threat at home and around the world.

Virginia now has more than 1,000 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus with 25 dead, according to the Virginia Department of Health.

The City of Roanoke now has six cases — the first in that locality.

VDH reports five people with positive test results in Botetourt County, five in Franklin County, two in Roanoke County and one each in Alleghany County, Radford and Montgomery County.

No infections reported in Floyd County as of Monday morning.

Fairfax County in Northern Virginia continues to lead the Old Dominion in cases, with 224 of the 1,020 infections, followed by Arlington County with 86.

Nationally, 142,793 are infected with 4,562 listed as “recovered” and 2,490 deaths, says the Center for Disease Control.

Worldwide,739,057 are infected with 134,317 recoveries and 35,013 deaths.

Virginia hospitals have placed 136 in isolation around the Commonwealth.

 

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