Another person died in Warren County from COVID-19 over the weekend as the region reported more cases and hospitalizations, state data showed Sunday.
The Lord Fairfax Health District covers Winchester and the counties of Clarke, Frederick, Page, Shenandoah and Warren. The district reported totals of 6,140 cases, 440 hospitalizations and 145 deaths as of Sunday. The data showed the region reported 357 more cases, 13 hospitalizations and one death since Friday.
The number of cases statewide increased by 5,498, from 230,444 on Friday to 235,942 with 209,783 confirmed; hospitalizations by 121, from 14,451 to 14,572, with 14,269 confirmed; and deaths by 14, from 4,044 to 4,058, with 3,719 confirmed, according to the Virginia Department of Health’s online dashboard at vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus.
Virginia reported 1,518 outbreaks, seven more than on Friday, and 33,237 outbreak-associated cases, an increase of 228.
The Lord Fairfax Health District has seen 58 outbreaks, with no change since Friday, and 1,333 outbreak-associated cases, up 27 from Wednesday. The district has 551 cases among health-care workers.
Shenandoah County Public Schools reported an additional student case on Friday, according to its online dashboard at shenandoah.k12.va.us. The system reported a total of 10 active cases - six students and four staff members. Signal Knob Middle School reported five active cases - three students and four staff members. Strasburg High School cases remained at one each for students and staff. W.W. Robinson Elementary and Ashby Lee Elementary each have one student case and Stonewall Jackson High has one staff case. Stonewall Jackson High School remains on a virtual learning model until Friday.
Public schools in Warren, Clarke and Winchester did not have updates to their online dashboards as of Sunday. Page and Frederick county schools do not have online COVID-19 dashboards, but Page posts a live feed at its website, pagecounty.k12.va.us and Frederick County offers a news feed at frederick.k12.va.us.
Frederick County: 2,109 cases (up 180), 122 hospitalizations (up two) and 18 deaths
Shenandoah County: 1,390 cases (up 44), 111 hospitalizations (up one) and 62 deaths
Winchester: 1,019 cases (up 57), 61 hospitalizations (up two) and four deaths
Warren County: 841 cases (up 46), 59 hospitalizations (up two) and 26 deaths (up one)
Page County: 588 cases (up 16), 62 hospitalizations and 32 deaths
Clarke County: 203 cases (up 14), 19 hospitalizations and three deaths
Harrisonburg in the Central Shenandoah Health District reported 3,424 cases (up 47), 104 hospitalizations (up one) and 37 deaths.
Rockingham County, also in the Central Shenandoah Health District, reported 2,264 cases (up 61), 155 hospitalizations (up six) and 36 deaths.