Jump in Virginia Coronavirus cases, hospitalizations

COVID-19 Coronavirus cases are up by 676 infections and hospitalizations now top more than 5,000, reports the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) in its report Friday morning.

Floyd County’s cases remain at 6 with 1 dead and 1 hospitalized.

With the increase, infections in Virginia now total 48,632 with 5,008 hospitalized.

Deaths went up by 8 to 1,453.

Roanoke City has 190 cases with 10 hospitalized and 10 dead while Roanoke County reports 119 cases, 9 hospitalized and 6 dead. Salem has 37 cases, 3 hospitalized and 3 deaths.

Montgomery County has 85 cases, 9 hospitalized and 1 death. Carroll County shows 122 cases with 4 hospitalized and 1 death. Patrick County shows 23 cases.

Friday begins Phase II of Virginia recovery schedule with stores opening and restaurants serving indoors (both with restrictions) plus gyms opening, also with restrictions.

Statistics for Virginia, the United States and worldwide:

06/05/2020
Updated:
  14:00 GMT 09:00 a.m. EDT

Floyd County: 
Infections: 6 (Unchanged)
Hospitalized: 2 (Unchanged)
Deaths: 1 (Unchanged)

Virginia:
Infections:
48,532 (+676)
Hospitalized: 5,008
(+38)
Deaths:
1,453 (+46)

United States:
Infections:
1,924.591
Deaths:
110,210
Recoveries:
712,436

Worldwide:
Infections
: 6,734,417
Deaths: 393,752
Recoveries: 3,273,191

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

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