There are now 67 cases of COVID-19, according to the Alexandria Health Department.
The new figure is an addition of 12 cases since yesterday, and the department said in a release that it expects the number to increase.
The full breakdown in Alexandria is below:
- March 11 — First positive case reported
- March 15 — Second positive case reported
- March 17 — Fourth positive case reported
- March 24 — The number of cases jumps to 13
- March 25 — The number of cases increases to 14
- March 26 — The number of cases increases to 20
- March 27 — The number of cases increases to 24
- March 28 — The number of cases increases to 28
- March 29 — The number of cases increases to 32
- March 31 — The number of cases increases to 44
- April 1 — The number of cases increases to 55
- April 2 — The number of cases increases to 67
There have been 41 deaths and are now more than 1,700 cases of COVID-19 in Virginia, according to the Virginia Department of Health.
Staff photo by James Cullum
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