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Saturday (6/13) Virginia Data on COVID-19 Finds +658 Confirmed/Probable Cases (to 53,869), +66 Hospitalizations (to 5,511), +7 Deaths (to 1,541) From Yesterday)


See below for graphics of the newly posted COVID-19 numbers by the Virginia Department of Health and the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association. So, at this point (6/13), in Virginia we’re at 53,869 total reported – confirmed plus probable – cases (note that actual cases, as well as deaths, could be higher, maybe even a LOT higher, based on stories like this one in the NY Times), 5,511 hospitalizations and 1,541 deaths from COVID-19. The number of reported cases went up 658 (+1.2%) in the latest statistics, which is a slightly faster rate of increase than the day before, when reported cases were up 564 (+1.1%). The number of TOTAL test results was 509,386 (up 10,856 from 498,530 yesterday), while the number of “PCR Only” tests was 457,623 (up 9,451 from 448,172 yesterday). These testing numbers are above 10,000 per day (a number Gov. Northam has repeatedly stated as an important goal), but still far below the 16,664 per day that Harvard’s Global Health Institute estimates we need to reopen safely and contain the virus. As for hospitalizations, they went up 66 (+1.2%), from 5,445 to 5,511, which is a slower rate of increase than the day before, when hospitalizations were up 85 (+1.6%). Deaths are reported up 7 (from 1,534 to 1,541), compared to an increase of 14 (from 1,520 to 1,534) the previous day.


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