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Where are Virginia’s coronavirus cases? The health department’s interactive map

Information as of April 2, 2020

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(WSLS 10)

ROANOKE, Va. – There are 1,706 “presumptively positive” cases of the coronavirus in Virginia as of April 2, 2020.

As of Thursday, 17,589 people have been tested in Virginia, an increase from Wednesday, 15,344 people have been tested in Virginia, an increase from 13,401 on Tuesday, 12,038 on Monday, 10,609 on Sunday, 9,166 on Saturday, 7,337 on Friday, 6,189 on Thursday, 5,370 on Wednesday, 4,470 on Tuesday, 3,697 on Monday, 3,337 on Sunday, 2,790 on Saturday, 2,325 on Friday, 1,923 people on Thursday, 1,278 people on Wednesday, 1,028 people on Tuesday and 489 on Monday, March 16.

5 p.m. is the Virginia Department of Health’s a cutoff time for the data it will post the following day at 9 a.m. That being said, individual health districts are not being halted from issuing press releases to inform the public about cases, which leads to the mismatch in numbers at times. This may result in the widget below, powered by the Virginia Department of Health, not being as up to date as the information released by officials.

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“Presumptively positive” means results are pending confirmatory testing by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Virginia is no longer releasing its number of negative COVID-19 tests; however, as of March 12, Virginia has had 117 negative tests for COVID-19. That was up from 60 negative tests on March 11.

[Interactive map from Johns Hopkins shows how coronavirus is spreading in real-time]

On Tuesday, March 10, the Virginia Department of Health, announced it would no longer report the number of pending tests because testing capacity has expanded to include commercial labs. Those labs report all testing results to VDH.


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