As of Sunday morning, the Virginia Department of Health reported 58 coronavirus cases in the Lord Fairfax Health District.

That is compared to the 50 district cases reported Friday.

Those figures include 27 cases in Frederick County, 12 in Shenandoah County, 11 in Winchester, four in Warren County and two in both Page and Clarke counties.

On Sunday morning, the VDH’s statewide statistics showed 2,637 cases, 51 deaths and 431 hospitalizations. So far, 23,671 Virginians have been tested.

State figures continue increasing daily as there were 2,407 cases reported Saturday and 2,012 Friday.

On March 18, there were 77 confirmed statewide cases.

VDH statistics show that the virus infects many age demographics. People from 50-59 represent the state’s most affected age range, with 512 cases.

Worldwide, the World Health Organization reported Sunday 1,133,758 cases and 62,784 deaths.

During a Thursday news conference with Warren County officials, Lord Fairfax Health District Director Dr. Colin Greene urged citizens to not “be a vector” and avoid unnecessary travel.

“Minimize the number and duration of close human contacts outside your household. That’s the ticket to victory. Stay home as much as possible. You can’t infect new people from your home,” he said.

In response to the virus, Warren County officials via a news release encouraged citizens to sign up for the Smart911 national safety profile registry. This free service allows personal medical information to be uploaded to a profile, which emergency responders can access before arriving at a scene.

Sign up via www.smart911.com or via an app store.

– Contact Josh Gully at jgully@nvdaily.com