Alexandria now has 2,095 cases of COVID-19, an increase of 25 cases since yesterday, according to the Virginia Department of Health. No new fatalities have been reported and the death toll from the virus remains at 45.

Hispanic and Latino residents make up 17% of the population and lead with the highest number of cases in the city with six deaths, 1,149 cases and 94 total hospitalizations and a 61.8% positivity rate against residents tested.

It is not clear how many residents have fully recovered from the virus, and the city is advising residents to continue staying home except for “essential trips such as food purchases and medical care.”

Statewide, there have been 1,472 reported deaths (12 since yesterday), and 1,369 of those deaths are confirmed to have been COVID-related, according to VDH. There are now 50,681 cases (48,349 confirmed) and 5,106 hospitalizations (including 31 probable cases).

There have been 145 cases associated with 12 outbreaks in the city, and 143 of those cases have been health care workers. Nine of the outbreaks occurred at long-term care facilities, and 15 deaths have occurred at such facilities, although that number has not been updated since the city’s release on May 2. The other outbreaks occurred at “congregate” settings and an educational setting.

**Testing Update**

There have been 10,752 PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests administered in Alexandria so far, and the city’s seven-day positivity rate shows a 11.4% infection rate of those tested. There have also been 1,525 antibody tests in Alexandria. Across Virginia, there have been 377,484 PCR tests administered with a seven-day positivity rate of 10.5% (and 46,382 antibody tests).

**COVID-19 Age and Sex Breakdown**

There are 1,072 females with the virus (with 25 deaths and 93 hospitalizations) and 1,014 males (with 20 deaths and 115 hospitalizations) who tested positive for COVID-19 in the city. The sex of nine cases was not reported.

- 80+ —
**20 deaths**, 79 cases, 26 hospitalizations - 70-79 —
**13 deaths**, 93 cases, 33 hospitalizations - 60-69 —
**Two deaths**, 178 cases, 41 hospitalizations - 50-59 —
**Nine deaths**, 273 cases, 40 hospitalizations - 40-49 —
**Zero deaths**, 395 cases, 33 hospitalizations - 30-39 —
**Zero deaths**, 488 cases, 26 hospitalizations - 20-29 —
**One death**, 323 cases, five hospitalizations - 10-19 —
**Zero deaths**, 138 cases, two hospitalizations - 0-9 —
**Zero deaths**, 117 cases, two hospitalizations - Missing — 11 cases not listed by age

**Cases By ZIP Code**

VDH did not update ZIP code data since yesterday.

The areas of the city with the leading number of cases are the 22304 and 22305 ZIP codes, which include the West End and Arlandria, Potomac Yard and Potomac West neighborhoods.

Some of the areas share jurisdictions between Alexandria and Arlington and Fairfax Counties:

**22301**— 67 cases, 666 people tested (Estimated population 15,171)**22302**— 208 cases, 1,327 people tested (Estimated population 20,238)**22304**— 601 cases, 3,311 people tested (Estimated population 54,003)**22305**— 563 cases, 1,869 people tested (Estimated population 16,095)**22311**— 414 cases, 1,882 people tested (Estimated population 16,898)**22312**— 497 cases, 1,965 people tested (Estimated population 6,901)**22314**— 180 cases, 1,586 people tested (Estimated population 47,826)

The City acknowledged that VDH and the Alexandria Health Department have “significant gaps in non-reporting of racial and ethnic demographics in this data.”

**Hispanic or Latino**— Six Deaths, 1,149 cases, 94 hospitalizations**White, non-Hispanic residents —**27 deaths, 865 cases, 76 hospitalizations**Black/African American residents —**11 deaths, 301 cases, 57 hospitalizations**Not Hispanic or Latino**— 36 deaths, 709 cases, 109 hospitalizations**Not reported**— Six deaths, 451 cases, 17 hospitalizations**Other**— One death, 472 cases, 58 hospitalizations

The full timeline of the spread so far:

**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**April 3**— The number of cases increases to 77**April 4**— The number of cases increases to 93**April 5**— The number of cases increases to 104**April 6**— The number of cases increases to 130 (First fatality reported)**April 7**— The number of cases increases to 141**April 8**— The number of cases increases to 149**April 9**— The number of cases increases to 170**April 10**— The number of cases increases to 181**April 11**— The number of cases increases to 200**April 12**— The number of cases increases to 225**April 13**— The number of cases increases to 241 (Second fatality reported)**April 14**— The number of cases increases to 248 (Third and fourth fatalities reported)**April 15**— The number of cases increases to 273 (Fifth and sixth fatalities reported)**April 16**— The number of cases increases to 303 (Seventh fatality reported)**April 17**— The number of cases increases to 321**April 18**— The number of cases increases to 354**April 19**— The number of cases increases to 383 (Eighth fatality reported)**April 20**— The number of cases increases to 421 (Ninth and tenth fatalities reported)**April 21**— The number of cases increases to 462 (Fatalities now at 11)**April 22**— The number of cases increases to 474 (Fatalities now at 13)**April 23**— The number of cases increases to 512 (Fatalities now at 14)**April 24**— The number of cases increases to 547 (Fatalities now at 15)**April 25**— The number of cases increases to 575 (Fatalities now at 18)**April 26**— The number of cases increases to 591 (Fatalities now at 19)**April 27**— The number of cases increases to 627**April 28**— The number of cases increases to 653 (Fatalities now at 20)**April 29**— The number of cases increases to 700 (Fatalities now at 21)**April 30**— The number of cases increases to 754**May 1**— The number of cases increases to 802 (Fatalities now at 24)**May 2**— The number of cases increases to 848 (Fatalities now at 26)**May 3**— The number of cases increases to 899**May 4**— The number of cases increases to 940**May 5**— The number of cases increases to 983**May 6**—**New cases and fatalities not reported by VDH****May 7**— The number of cases increases to 1,060 (Fatalities now at 29)**May 8**— The number of cases increases to 1,110**May 9**— The number of cases increases to 1,142 (Fatalities now at 30)**May 10**— The number of cases increases to 1,193**May 11**— The number of cases increases to 1,224**May 12**— The number of cases increases to 1,240**May 13**— The number of cases increases to 1,305 (Fatalities now at 31)**May 14**— The number of cases increases to 1,349 (Fatalities now at 32)**May 15**— The number of cases increases to 1,396**May 16**— The number of cases increases to 1460 (Fatalities now at 34)**May 17**— The number of cases increases to 1,476**May 18**— The number of cases increases to 1,510**May 19**— The number of cases increases to 1,544**May 20**— The number of cases increases to 1,577**May 21**— The number of cases increases to 1,627 (Fatalities now at 37)**May 22**— The number of cases increases to 1,657**May 23**— The number of cases increases to 1,703 (Fatalities now at 38)**May 24**— The number of cases increases to 1733**May 25**— The number of cases increases to 1,754**May 26**— The number of cases increases to 1,785 (Fatalities now at 41)**May 27**— The number of cases increases to 1,824 (Fatalities now at 42)**May 28**— The number of cases increases to 1,887 (Fatalities now at 44)**May 29**— The number of cases increases to 1,941**May 30**— The number of cases increases to 1,960**May 31**— The number of cases increases to 1,974**June 1**— The number of cases increases to 1,981 (Fatalities now at 45)**June 2**— The number of cases increases to 2,000 (Fatalities reduced to 44)**June 3**— The number of cases increases to 2,016 (Fatalities now at 46)**June 4**— The number of cases increases to 2,031**June 5**— The number of cases increases to 2,045 (Fatalities reduced to 45)**June 6**— The number of cases increases to 2,070- June 7 — The number of cases increases to 2,095

*Staff photo by James Cullum*