State COVID-19 cases now exceed 14,000
United States now has more than 1 million confirmed cases.
As U.S. coronavirus cases surpassed the 1 million mark, Virginia has 14,328 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 513 confirmed virus-related deaths in Wednesday’s Virginia Department of Health update. This marks an increase of 534 cases since Tuesday. Also, there are 2,252 people hospitalized who have tested positive, and 85,307 people in Virginia have been tested.
According to the Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 dashboard, there are now more than 3.1 million cases of the coronavirus worldwide, including 1.01 million cases in the United States, which has outpaced every other country. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 55,258 deaths at its last update Tuesday afternoon.
Fairfax County continues to have the highest number of cases, at 3,448, and also the most virus-related deaths, at 124; Henrico County has the second-highest number of fatalities, at 98, and 846 confirmed positive cases.
Below is the latest data from VDH: