RICHMOND, Va. – There are now 53,869 cases of the coronavirus in Virginia as of June 13.
Saturday’s total of 53,869 marks an increase from Friday’s total of 53,211.
Here’s a breakdown of the 658 new cases in Virginia:
- 76 new cases in Fairfax County
- 70 new cases in Prince William County
- 56 new cases in Richmond
- 41 new cases in Chesterfield, Loudon County and Henrico County
- 30 new cases in Greensville County
- 22 new cases in Virginia Beach and Galax
- 17 new cases in Manassas
- 15 new cases in Stafford County and Roanoke City
- 14 new cases in Chesapeake and Arlington County
- 13 new cases in Norfolk and Spotsylvania County
- 9 new cases in Hopewell
- 7 new cases in Rockingham County
- 6 new cases in Newport News, Hanover County, Alexandria and Carroll County
- 5 new cases in Frederick County, Portsmouth, Henry County, Bedford County and Caroline County
- 4 new cases in Shenandoah County, Colonial Heights, Suffolk, Fauquier County, Isle of Wight County and Prince George County
- 3 new cases in Winchester, Manassess Park, Albemarle County, Staunton, Grayson County, Culpepper County, Botetourt County and Halifax County
- 2 new cases in Nottoway County, Dinwiddie County, Roanoke County, Accomack County, Goochland County, Petersburg, Augusta County, Fredericksburg, Charlottesville, Brunswick County and Northampton County
- 1 new case in James City County, Pittsylvania County, Warren County, Amelia County, Powhatan County, Lynchburg, Buckingham County, Page County, York County, Alleghany County, Westmoreland County, Sussex County, Lunenburg County, Gloucester County, Emporia, Campbell County, Richmond County, Rappahannock County, King William County, Franklin County, Radford, Cumberland County, Floyd County, Charles City County, Northumberland County, Franklin City and New Kent County
As of Saturday, the Virginia Dept. of Health reports there have been 509,386 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.