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Alexandria Now Has 181 Cases of COVID-19, City Asks for PPE Donations

Alexandria now has 181 cases of COVID-19, an increase of 11 cases since yesterday.

The first and only death of a city resident due to the virus was announced on April 6, and the Alexandria Health Department did not release any information regarding the resident.

The city is asking residents to donate unused N95 respirator masks, disposable medical gowns, face shields, goggles, disposable medical coveralls, gloves and hand sanitizer. No homemade items are being accepted.

There have been 121 deaths and there are now more than 4,500 cases in Virginia, according to the Virginia Department of Health.

The full breakdown in Alexandria is below the jump:

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