Virginia Department of Health: 17 new COVID-19 cases in Southwest Virginia, 4 new deaths reported
RICHMOND, Va. (WJHL)- The Virginia Department of Health reported 133,722 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state on Sunday.
The total number of probable and confirmed cases in Virginia is 140,511.
VDH said there have been 2,811 confirmed coronavirus-related deaths across the state along with 204 probable COVID-19 deaths.
On Sunday, VDH reported 10,510 confirmed hospitalizations due to COVID-19 and 81 probable virus-related hospitalizations.
Note: VDH does not report whether cases are active or recovered. County and community case totals can include active, recovered, confirmed, and probable cases.
Bristol, Va. – 175 cases / 9 hospitalizations/ 3 deaths
Buchanan County – 129 cases / 7 hospitalizations/ 2 deaths (4 new cases)
Dickenson County – 88 cases / 7 hospitalizations/ 1 death (1 new case)
Lee County – 260 cases / 23 hospitalizations/ 6 deaths (2 new cases / 1 new hospitalization)
Norton – 33 cases / 3 hospitalizations
Russell County – 231 cases / 23 hospitalizations / 4 deaths (2 new cases)
Scott County – 180 cases / 16 hospitalizations / 4 deaths (1 new case / 1 new hospitalization)
Smyth County – 421 cases / 37 hospitalizations / 8 deaths (2 new cases / 1 new death)
Tazewell County – 253 cases / 15 hospitalizations/ 2 deaths (2 new cases)
Washington County, Va. – 536 cases / 50 hospitalizations / 16 deaths (3 new cases/ 3 new hospitalizations / 2 new deaths)
Wise County – 388 cases / 32 hospitalizations / 8 deaths (1 new death)
On Sunday, VDH reported 17 new cases in Southwest Virginia: four in Buchanan, three in Washington, two in each Russell, Tazewell, Lee and Smyth; and one in each Dickenson and Scott Counties.
The department also reported five new hospitalizations: three in Washington County, and one in each Lee and Scott Counties. Four new deaths were also reported Sunday: two in Washington, and one in each Smyth and Wise Counties.
The Virginia Department of Health does not report recoveries from the virus.
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