Finally, updated numbers from the Virginia Department of Health

Software updates delayed specific figures for localities over the weekend but today's numbers, we are told, are updated

Worldwide:
Infections
: 163,802,540
Deaths: 3,395,153
Recoveries: 142,281,107

United States:
Infections:
 33,706,150
Deaths: 600,148
Recoveries: 27,136,020

(World and the U.S. count provided by World Meter.)

(State and locality count below provided by the Virginia Department of Health.)

Virginia:
Infections:
 670,456 (+272)
Hospitalized:
 29,242 (+22)
Deaths:
 11,029 (+11)

Because of software updates by the Virginia Department of Health, specific numbers for many of the locality updates were not available over the weekend. The numbers below include updates since 5 p.m. last Friday.

Floyd County: 
Infections: 862 (+1)
Hospitalized: 31
Deaths: 23 (+1)

Montgomery County:
Infections: 9,387 (+1)
Hospitalized: 185
Deaths: 96

Radford:
Infections: 2,146 (+4)
Hospitalized: 38 (+1)
Deaths: 18

Carroll County
Infections: 2,661
Hospitalized: 212
Deaths: 73

Galax:
Infections: 1,165
Hospitalized: 97
Deaths: 53

Giles County:
Infections: 1,283 (+1)
Hospitalized: 51
Deaths: 22

Pulaski County
Infections: 2,653 (+2)    
Hospitalized: 126
Deaths: 61

Franklin County:
Infections: 4,048 (+4)
Hospitalized: 183 (+2)
Deaths: 77

Roanoke:
Infections:  8,463 (+4)
Hospitalized: 250 (+1)
Deaths: 192

Roanoke County:
Infections: 8,258 (+6)
Hospitalized: 177  
Deaths: 144

Salem:
Infections: 2,167 (+9)
Hospitalized: 72
Deaths: 48 (+1)

Patrick County:
Infections: 1,353 (+1)
Hospitalized: 104
Deaths: 43

(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.)

1 thought on “Finally, updated numbers from the Virginia Department of Health”

  1. Thanks for the update, Doug. Wow, we have reached 600,000 deaths in the US. That’s really sad. I’m having a hard time understanding the new no masks policy, when the numbers are still continuing to go up, although maybe going up a little more slowly. I can only think that it’s an attempt to try to convince people who haven’t been vaccinated yet, to go and get vaccinated so they won’t have to wear a mask.

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