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Prince William County Exceeds 500 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases, Rate of Increase Has Decreased

| April 14, 2020 | 0 Comments | News

New COVID-19 data from the Virginia Department of Health

VDH data from April 14, 2020

VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH NUMBERS

Information from the Prince William Department of Health.

April 15, the Virginia Department of Health reported 536 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Prince William County. That is an increase 28 cases since Tuesday and of 102 since Monday.

The daily increase has decreased today from a 74 increase from Monday to Tuesday, to a 28 increase from Tuesday to Wednesday. This could mean that the growth is flattening, but it is early to tell.

The number of deaths have risen to 11.

In Virginia there have been 6,500 total cases, 1,048 people hospitalized and 195 deaths resulting from the virus. The number of people tested is 44,169.

According to the Virginia Department, 72* people are being hospitalized in connection to COVID-19 in the county as of April 15.

This is the combined number of confirmed positive COVID-19 patients who are currently hospitalized, and hospitalized patients whose COVID-19 test results are pending.

Information is being updated on a daily basis on the VDH website, but a representative said they still believe the cases under-represent total cases in Virginia.

*Correct was made to clarify that the number of hospitalizations is daily. 

Data from Earlier this Week

Tuesday, April 14, the Virginia Department of Health reported 508 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Prince William County. That is 74 more than the previous day.

As of Monday, April 13, 2020, the Virginia Department of Health reported 434 confirmed cases.

There has been an increase of 45 cases from Sunday, April 12 to Monday, April 13. As testing increases, more cases will likely be announced.

Virginia is now experiencing 6,171 confirmed cases as of Tuesday, April 14.

This information changes daily. The most recent information is available at VDH.

Staying home to flatten the curve is still recommended. Gov. Ralph Northam issues an Executive “stay-at-home” order on April 1. There were a few exceptions to that order. Read more on Virginia Governor’s Declaration of Emergency, COVID-19 order 55 here.

 

 

Voro Prince William County Coronavirus Summary (click thru)

In cooperation with voro.com, Bristow Beat is now offering daily evolving information on the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Prince William County, Virginia.

Voro information compiled is based upon the previous day’s reports.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), New York Times.

Welcome to the Prince William County 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-2019) guide. This page has the latest information on coronavirus in the county, updated daily. See below for interactive tables, charts and maps illustrating the current status of COVID-19 in Prince William county.

Prince William County COVID-19 virus info as of April 13, 2020 provided by voros.com.

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