Virginia cases rise to 1,250 in Tuesday update from VDH
Deaths due to COVID-19 at 27; 165 hospitalized
Virginia has 1,250 confirmed cases of COVID-19, the Virginia Department of Health reported at 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 31. That marks a rise of 230 cases since Monday.
The number of deaths is at 27, and 165 people are hospitalized with the virus, according to VDH. So far, 13,401 people have been tested. The Eastern region of the state has the highest number of fatalities, at 11.
Tuesday’s update notes that 111 people began feeling ill on March 24, a change from before, when the highest number — 95 — was on March 16.
Fairfax County continues to have the most recorded cases, at 224 today, followed by 104 in Arlington County, 94 in Prince William and 89 in James City County.
Below is Tuesday’s data from VDH.