RICHMOND, Va. – There are now 45,398 cases of the coronavirus in Virginia as of June 1.
Monday’s total of 45,398 marks an increase from Sunday’s total of 44,607, Saturday’s total of 43,611 cases, Friday’s total of 42,533, Thursday’s total of 41,401, Wednesday’s total of 40,249 and Tuesday’s total of 39,342.
Here is a breakdown of the 791 new cases in Virginia:
- 130 new cases in Prince William County
- 109 new cases in Fairfax County
- 81 new cases in Richmond City
- 38 new cases in Henrico County
- 37 new cases in Virginia Beach
- 36 new cases in Loudoun County
- 23 new cases in Rockingham County
- 22 new cases in Culpeper County
- 20 new cases in Chesterfield County
- 18 new cases in Norfolk and Harrisonburg
- 15 new cases in Spotsylvania County
- 14 new cases in Chesapeake
- 12 new cases in Manassas Park and Albemarle County
- 11 new cases in Richmond County
- 10 new cases in Frederick County and Shenandoah County
- 9 new cases in Newport News, Stafford County and Charlottesville
- 8 new cases in Accomack County and Fauquier County
- 7 new cases in Alexandria City, Arlington County, Roanoke City and Sussex County
- 5 new cases in Page County and Portsmouth
- 4 new cases in Northampton County, Petersburg, Nottoway County and Orange County
- 3 new cases in Hampton, Bedford County, Dinwiddie County, Westmoreland County, York County, Emporia, Alleghany County, Augusta County, Prince Edward County and Prince George County
- 2 new cases in Fredericksburg, Staunton, Buckingham County, Caroline County, Hopewell, Winchester, Brunswick County and Fairfax City
- 1 new case in Galax, Henry County, Carroll County, Hanover County, Montgomery County, Colonial Heights, Danville, James City County, King George County, Waynesboro, Clarke County, Roanoke County, Suffolk, Charlotte County, Cumberland County, Greensville County, King William County, Mecklenburg County and Martinsville
As of Sunday, the Virginia Dept. of Health reports there have been 362,534 total testing encounters.
The term “testing encounters” includes individuals who have been tested more than once due to their profession, high-risk status or need for a negative result to return to work. The health department started using this metric on May 1. To learn more, click here.