Va. COVID-19 cases now above 2,400 in Saturday update
52 deaths, 390 hospitalized
There are now 2,407 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Virginia in Saturday’s Virginia Department of Health update, an increase of 395 cases since Friday’s update. Fifty-two people statewide have died from the virus, 390 are hospitalized, and the number tested is now 21,552.
Late Friday, the Hampton Health Department announced the first coronavirus-related death of a Hampton resident. The resident was a man in his 60s with underlying health conditions, and this appears to be a case of community spread, according to officials.
According to the Johns Hopkins University coronavirus model, the United States now has 278,458 cases, with 1.1 million worldwide as of Saturday morning. There have been more than 7,000 deaths in the U.S., according to reports Friday.
This article will be updated.
Below is current data from VDH.