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Virginia sees 4,377 new coronavirus cases, now reporting 371,913 statewide

There are now 5,191 deaths from the coronavirus in Virginia

RICHMOND, Va. – As of January 5, Virginia is reporting 371,913 cases of the coronavirus across the commonwealth since March.

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As of Tuesday, across Virginia, a total of 104,083 vaccines have been administered, according to VDH.

Here’s a breakdown of the 4,377 new coronavirus cases:

  • 299 new cases in Prince William County
  • 264 new cases in Virginia Beach
  • 257 new cases in Fairfax County
  • 226 new cases in Norfolk
  • 217 new cases in Loudoun County
  • 214 new cases in Henrico County
  • 174 new cases in Hanover County
  • 164 new cases in Chesterfield County
  • 108 new cases in Hampton and Richmond
  • 95 new cases in Newport News and Chesapeake
  • 81 new cases in Roanoke
  • 78 new cases in Stafford County
  • 76 new cases in Frederick County and Spotsylvania County
  • 64 new cases in Halifax County
  • 50 new cases in Shenandoah County and Henry County
  • 48 new cases in Alexandria and Arlington County
  • 47 new cases in Bedford County and Danville
  • 45 new cases in Carroll County
  • 43 new cases in James City County
  • 42 new cases in Tazewell County
  • 41 new cases in Fauquier County and Mecklenburg County
  • 38 new cases in Rockingham County and Augusta County
  • 37 new cases in Franklin County and Roanoke County
  • 33 new cases in Portsmouth and York County
  • 32 new cases in Suffolk and Russell County
  • 31 new cases in Wise County and New Kent County
  • 30 new cases in Washington County
  • 28 new cases in Lee County
  • 27 new cases in Warren County
  • 26 new cases in Gloucester County
  • 25 new cases in Prince Edward County, Culpeper County, Accomack County and Page County
  • 23 new cases in Staunton and Amherst County
  • 21 new cases in Smyth County and Appomattox County
  • 19 new cases in Winchester
  • 18 new cases in Manassas and Albemarle County
  • 17 new cases in Orange County, Goochland County and Brunswick County
  • 16 new cases in Montgomery County, King George County and Clarke County
  • 15 new cases in Southampton County, Pittsylvania County and Botetourt County
  • 14 new cases in Isle of Wight County, Dickenson County, Martinsville and Salem
  • 13 new cases in Harrisonburg and Essex County
  • 12 new cases in Nottoway County, Patrick County and Buckingham County
  • 11 new cases in Pulaski County, Wythe County and Bristol
  • 10 new cases in Giles County, Rockbridge County, Caroline County, Manassas Park, Fredericksburg and Westmoreland County
  • 9 new cases in Louisa County, Buchanan County, Poquoson, Powhatan County, Covington and Charles City County
  • 8 new cases in Richmond County, Greene County and Amelia County
  • 7 new cases in Charlottesville, Grayson County, Nelson County and Colonial Heights
  • 6 new cases in Waynesboro, Fluvanna County, Alleghany County, Mathews County, Northumberland County and Rappahannock County
  • 5 new cases in Floyd County, King William County and Cumberland County
  • 4 new cases in Scott County, Charlotte County, Lancaster County and Middlesex County
  • 3 new cases in Lexington, Bath County, Northampton County and Franklin
  • 2 new cases in Radford, Bland County, Buena Vista, Lunenburg County, Norton and King and Queen County
  • 1 new case in Madison County
  • Petersburg and Surry County decreased by one case
  • Dinwiddie County and Greensville County decreased by three cases
  • Prince George County and Hopewell decreased by four cases
  • Sussex County decreased by six cases
  • Galax decreased by 11 cases
  • Williamsburg decreased by 17 cases

Tuesday’s total of 371,913 cases marks an increase from Saturday’s total of 367,536 cases.

As of Tuesday, the Virginia Dept. of Health reports there have been 5,297,356 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.