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Virginia added 2,228 new COVID-19 cases, 106 hospitalizations and 31 deaths on Tuesday as the Lord Fairfax Health District added 83 cases, three hospitalizations and one death.

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The Lord Fairfax Health District added 217 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday in its largest single-day increase of the pandemic.

Another person died in Warren County from COVID-19 over the weekend as the region reported more cases and hospitalizations, state data showed Sunday.

Virginia reported 2,718 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday in its second-highest single-day increase of the pandemic. The commonwealth also saw 100 new hospitalizations and 10 new deaths.

On Tuesday, Virginia reported 2,544 new cases of COVID-19, tying with its Nov. 20 report for its third-highest single-day increase during the pandemic.

Valley Health's Virginia hospitals have 63 hospitalizations from COVID-19 compared to the 30 they had on Nov. 1, said Dr. Nicolas Restrepo, vice president of medical affairs for Winchester Medical Center.

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to put more pressure on the inmates and staff at Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail.

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Cases of COVID-19 skyrocketed around the area Wednesday as the Lord Fairfax Health District reported 174 new cases, an increase that dwarfed its previous single-day highs of 113 cases on Tuesday and 80 new cases on Saturday.

The Lord Fairfax Health District set a new single-day high for cases of COVID-19 with 80 reported on Saturday and in total added 118 cases over the weekend, according to data posted on the Virginia Department of Health’s online dashboard.

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COVID-19 cases in the Lord Fairfax Health District and around Virginia spiked on Wednesday, with Virginia adding 1,594 new cases and the local district adding 66.

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As Virginia saw another 1,435 cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, Gov. Ralph Northam cautioned residents to remain vigilant in their precautions against the virus.

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COVID-19 cases continued climbing Monday as Virginia added another 1,302 cases and the Lord Fairfax Health District added 54.

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Virginia added 1,568 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, replacing last Friday’s report of 1,551 cases as the commonwealth’s fourth-highest one-day spike since the pandemic started.

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The Lord Fairfax Health District reported 50 new cases on Tuesday, its highest one-day jump in a week, as Virginia added 1,261 statewide.

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The head of the local health district suggested this week that 2020 should be the year that people set aside some of their regular holiday traditions.

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The Lord Fairfax Health District added 43 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths over the weekend according to the numbers posted on Sunday on the Virginia Department of Health's online dashboard.

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The Lord Fairfax Health District reported two new deaths from COVID-19 on Friday along with the week’s highest single-day increase in cases.

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Four more area deaths were attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic on Tuesday, as the Lord Fairfax Health District added another 34 cases since Monday’s count.

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As the Lord Fairfax Health District reported another 32 COVID-19 cases on Monday, Shenandoah County Public Schools announced the third temporary school closure in the last four days.

Localities in Northern Shenandoah Valley saw no new deaths from COVID-19 reported over the weekend, according to the Virginia Department of Health.

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Virginia saw a leap in COVID-19 cases Thursday, part of a concerning trend that Lord Fairfax Health Director Dr. Colin Greene said he’s seen in 45 out of 50 states as well as some European nations.

Another COVID-19 death was recorded in the region on Wednesday, bringing the local total to 120 deaths since the pandemic began.

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As the commonwealth saw a jump in new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, Gov. Ralph Northam cautioned Virginians not to become complacent in their efforts to quell the spread of illness in the coming weeks.

The Lord Fairfax Health District added another 29 local COVID-19 cases on Monday, bringing its total to 3,462 cases since the pandemic began.

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The Lord Fairfax Health District’s highest uptick in COVID-19 cases in four months continued over the weekend with 77 new cases reported district-wide on Saturday and Sunday, according to data from the Virginia Department of Health’s online dashboard posted on Sunday morning.

Warren County reported its seventh virus-related death in 14 days on Friday morning, while the Lord Fairfax Health District added 22 new cases of COVID-19 to increase its seven-day average to 24.6, the highest it’s been in four months, according to data from the Virginia Department of Health.

Though Thursday’s comparatively large jump in COVID-19 cases could be the byproduct of a reporting error that delayed by one day the posting of nearly 700 cases across the state on the Virginia Department of Health’s online dashboard, Dr. Colin Greene, director of the Lord Fairfax Health Dis…