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Virginia reporting 8,783 coronavirus-related deaths

VDH provides a locality breakdown of deaths

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ROANOKE, Va. – With coronavirus cases, now reporting 577,174 coronavirus cases statewide, 8,783 Virginians have died so far after contracting the coronavirus.

Virginia reported its first coronavirus-related death on March 14, 2020.

According to the Virginia Dept. of Health, there has been a large increase in deaths reported per day because VDH is processing 2021 death certificates related to the post-holiday surge of coronavirus cases.

Here is a breakdown of the 231 new deaths reported on Sunday:

  • 19 new deaths in Fairfax County
  • 16 new deaths in Prince William County
  • 15 new deaths in Newport News
  • 12 new deaths in Henrico County
  • 8 new deaths in Chesterfield County and Loudoun County
  • 7 new deaths in Chesapeake
  • 6 new deaths in Richmond, Norfolk and Lynchburg
  • 5 new deaths in Hampton and Harrisonburg
  • 4 new deaths in Virginia Beach, Montgomery County, Frederick County, James City County and Hopewell
  • 3 new deaths in Roanoke, Hanover County, Roanoke County, Augusta County, Winchester, York County, Russell County, Westmoreland County and Buena Vista
  • 2 new deaths in Arlington County, Henry County, Danville, Wise County, Albemarle County, Wythe County, Tazewell County, Culpeper County, Page County, Galax, Lee County, Gloucester County, Caroline County, Sussex County and Goochland County
  • 1 new death in Portsmouth, Shenandoah County, Alexandria City, Spotsylvania County, Smyth County, Halifax County, Carroll County, Martinsville, Campbell County, Mecklenburg County, Pulaski County, Franklin County, Fauquier County, Southampton County, Scott County, Warren County, Charlottesville, Alleghany County, Nottoway County, Rockbridge County, Patrick County, Waynesboro, Buckingham County, Prince Edward County, Dinwiddie County, Botetourt County, Lexington, Amherst County, Louisa County, Clarke County, Northumberland County, Middlesex County, Poquoson, Fluvanna County, Prince George County, Lancaster County, Covington, Mathews County, Greene County, Surry County and Craig County

Below is a breakdown of the 8,783 deaths across Virginia:

Listed below is the specific information about deaths we’ve been able to confirm:

Note: The Virginia Department of Health has not released information on specific people who have died from coronavirus since April 24.

  1. A man in his 70s living in the Peninsula Health District. His death was announced on March 14.
  2. A person in his 70s living in the Peninsula Health District. This person’s death was announced on March 16.
  3. A Fairfax County man in his 60s. His cause of death was reported as respiratory failure as a result of coronavirus. His death was announced on March 21.
  4. A woman in her 80s from Newport News. Her cause of death was respiratory failure. Her death was announced on March 22.
  5. A woman in her 80s from Williamsburg. Her cause of death was respiratory failure. Her death was announced on March 22.
  6. A woman in her 80s from James City County. Her cause of death was respiratory failure. Her death was announced on March 22.
  7. A Virginia Beach man in his 70s who had underlying health conditions and died of acute respiratory failure while hospitalized. His death was announced on March 23.
  8. The first elderly Henrico County resident who lived at the Canterbury Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. This death was announced on March 24.
  9. The second elderly Henrico County resident who lived at the Canterbury Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. This death was announced on March 24.
  10. Landon Spradlin, 66, from Pittsylvania County, was passing through North Carolina when he died on March 25 due to coronavirus complications.
  11. A woman in her 80s living in the Peninsula Health District. Her cause of death was respiratory failure. Her death was announced during Gov. Northam’s March 25 new conference.
  12. A woman in her 60s living in the Peninsula Health District. Her cause of death was respiratory failure. Her death was announced during Gov. Northam’s March 25 new conference.
  13. The third elderly Henrico County resident who lived at the Canterbury Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. This death was announced on March 25.
  14. A Loudoun County woman in her 70s. She was hospitalized and had previously tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19. Her close contacts were previously investigated. Her cause of death was respiratory failure as a result of COVID-19. Her death was announced on March 26.
  15. The fourth elderly Henrico County resident who lived at the Canterbury Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. This death was announced on March 26.
  16. The fifth elderly Henrico County resident who lived at the Canterbury Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. This death was announced on March 27.
  17. The sixth elderly Henrico County resident who lived at the Canterbury Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. This death was announced on March 27.
  18. A man in his 70s who lives in Prince William County who had chronic medical conditions. The cause of death was respiratory failure as a result COVID-19. His death was announced on March 27.
  19. A Fairfax County man in his 60s who acquired COVID-19 through travel, according to the health department. The cause of death was the result of complications of COVID-19. His death was announced on March 27.
  20. A man in his 60s living in the Western Tidewater Health District, according to health department officials. He was being treated in a hospital where he died due to respiratory failure. He had several underlying medical conditions, which exacerbated the effects of COVID-19. His death was announced on March 28. This health district covers Isle of Wight and Southampton counties, as well as the cities of Franklin and Suffolk.
  21. A person living in the Crater Health District. The person died from complications associated with COVID-19. The district includes the cities of Petersburg, Hopewell and Emporia and the counties of Prince George, Dinwiddie, Surry, Sussex and Greensville. This death was announced on March 28.
  22. A Botetourt County woman in her 80s. She died on March 28.
  23. A 72-year-old person in Arlington County with chronic medical conditions, who had been ill with COVID-19 for a few weeks. This death was announced on March 29.
  24. A 60-year-old person in Arlington County with chronic medical conditions, identified with COVID-19 this past week. This death was announced on March 29.
  25. A woman in her 80s who lives in the Peninsula Health District. She recently became ill and was admitted to a local hospital where she died. Her cause of death was respiratory failure. Her death was announced on March 29.
  26. A Henrico County man in his 90s who lived who lived at the Canterbury Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. The seventh Canterbury resident to have died. His death was announced on March 29.
  27. A Henrico County woman in her 60s, the eight death connected to the outbreak the Canterbury Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. Her death was announced on March 29.
  28. A man in his 70s living in the Piedmont Health District. His death was announced on March 30. This district contains Charlotte, Prince Edward, Buckingham, Cumberland, Amelia, Nottoway and Lunenburg counties.
  29. A woman in her 80s living in the Thomas Jefferson Health District. Her death was announced on March 31. This district contains Charlottesville, as well as Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa and Nelson counties
  30. A man in his 60s living in the Rappahannock Area Health District. His death was announced on April 1. This district contains the city of Fredericksburg, as well as Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania and Stafford counties.
  31. A man in his 80s in the Chesapeake Area Health District. He had underlying conditions and the cause of death was respiratory failure. His death was announced April 1.
  32. A man in his 60s living in the Fairfax Health District. He was hospitalized. His death was announced on April 1.
  33. A man in his 80s living in the Fairfax Health District. He was hospitalized. His death was announced on April 1.
  34. A man in his 90s living in the Fairfax Health District. He was hospitalized. His death was announced on April 1.
  35. A woman in her 80s living in the Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District. She had chronic medical conditions and her cause of death was respiratory failure as a result of COVID-19. Her death was announced on April 1.
  36. A man in his 80s living in the Norfolk Health District. His death was announced on April 1.
  37. A Portsmouth woman in her 60s with underlying conditions. Her death was announced on April 2.
  38. A man in his 60s living in Hampton. He had underlying health conditions. Health officials say this appears to be a case of community spread. This case was announced on April 3.
  39. An Alexandria resident. Their death was announced April 6.
  40. A resident in the Central Virginia Health District. Their death was announced on April 8.
  41. An Eastern Shore woman in her 70s. Her death was announced on April 8.
  42. A woman in the Three Rivers Health District in her 40s. Her death was announced on April 8.
  43. A resident in the Central Shenandoah Health District. This death was announced on April 10.
  44. A resident in the Southside Health District. Their death was announced on April 11.
  45. A resident of the Lenowisco Health District. This death was announced on April 11.
  46. A resident in the Mount Rogers Health District. This death was announced April 13.
  47. A resident in the Mount Rogers Health District. This death was announced April 13.
  48. A resident in the Mount Rogers Health District. This death was announced April 13.
  49. A resident in the West Piedmont Health District. This death was announced on April 16.
  50. A person living in the New River Health District. This death was announced on April 22.

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