The Virginia Department of Health reported 1,904 new cases, 89 new hospitalizations and 13 new deaths over the weekend, bringing its total to 133,814 cases, 10,244 hospitalizations and 2,724 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. Total figures include 6,142 probable cases, 69 probable hospitalizations and 133 probable deaths.

Virginia has averaged 984 new cases a day over the last week and Sunday’s 874 new cases moved the state’s seven-day average of new cases to 11.6 per 100,000 people.

Virginia has the 15th most cases of any state in the country and the 19th most deaths. The U.S. has reported 6,556,961 cases and 194,396 deaths. The U.S. reported 163 new deaths on Sunday.

The Lord Fairfax Health District reported 26 new cases, no new hospitalizations and no new deaths over the weekend, bringing its total to 2,931 cases, 257 hospitalizations and 98 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. Total figures include 318 probable cases, one probable hospitalization and eight probable deaths.

Sunday’s 11 new cases moved the health district’s seven-day average of new cases to 10. The district reported 4.6 new cases per 100,000 people on Sunday and is reporting 4.1 cases per 100,000 people over a seven-day average.

The health district has not reported a new death since Sept. 5.

Local cases

Frederick County has had 813 (up seven from Friday) cases, 62 hospitalizations and 11 deaths.

Shenandoah County has had 789 (up four) cases, 84 hospitalizations and 50 deaths.

Winchester City has had 467 (up six) cases, 35 hospitalizations and four deaths.

Warren County has had 404 (up four) cases, 23 hospitalizations and six deaths.

Page County has had 371 (up four) cases, 41 hospitalizations and 27 deaths.

Clarke County has had 87 (up one) cases, 12 hospitalizations and no deaths.

Regional cases

Harrisonburg has had 2,148 cases, 89 hospitalizations and 34 deaths.

Rockingham County has had 1,262 cases, 108 hospitalizations and 20 deaths.

Contact Max Thornberry at mthornberry@nvdaily.com