Virginia COVID-19 cases now exceed 13,000
In Monday update, state health department reports 454 confirmed virus-related deaths
In its Monday update, the Virginia Department of Health reported that 13,058 people have confirmed cases of COVID-19, not including 499 probable cases. There are 454 deaths among Virginians who have tested positive for the virus, as well as four probable fatalities, and 2,059 people who are hospitalized have tested positive. Nearly 80,200 people have been tested in the commonwealth.
Across Virginia, there have been 199 outbreaks, referring to incidences of multiple cases occurring in one location. Long-term care facilities have experienced 113 outbreaks, accounting for 1,320 cases and 106 deaths from the disease.
Worldwide, there are 2.99 million confirmed COVID-19 cases, with 207,446 deaths. The United States, which has the reported the most COVID-19 cases and deaths, had 965,951 confirmed cases as of April 27, and 54,877 deaths across the nation, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported.
Below is the latest data from VDH: