The Virginia Department of Health released their daily updated numbers involving coronavirus cases within the state.
Gov. Northam said based on data, most of Virginia can enter Phase Two on Friday, June 5. Northern Virginia and Richmond will remain in Phase Once since they entered that phase later than the rest of Virginia.
According to their website, there are now 46,239 total cases, 44,069 of which are confirmed and 2,170 are probable. There are 1,407 total coronavirus related deaths, with 1,300 being confirmed and 107 being probable. The case numbers are up by 841, and deaths are up by 15 since Monday.
A total of 328,889 PCR tests have been completed.
The Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association also updated their numbers. As of Tuesday, there are 912 people currently being hospitalized for coronavirus. There are 450 people currently receiving inpatient hospital care whose test results are pending. 336 confirmed positive patients, and those whose test results are pending, are currently hospitalized in the ICU.
186 hospital patients, both confirmed for coronavirus, and those with test results pending, are currently on a ventilator. 584 ventilators are being used in hospitals out of the 2,956 in the state - that's 20% usage.
6,011 patients who have been hospitalized for coronavirus have been discharged.
When it comes to testing, the percent positivity of testing and cases for a 7-day average has been on a steep decline, according to the VDH. See graph below.
Here's the breakdown of confirmed cases in local areas:
- Chesapeake- 541 cases, 89 hospitalized, 15 deaths
- Accomack- 939 cases, 49 hospitalized, 12 deaths
- Northampton- 243 cases, 28 hospitalized, 23 deaths
- Hampton- 212 cases, 30 hospitalized, 3 deaths
- Norfolk- 530 cases, 70 hospitalized, 6 deaths
- James City County- 210 cases, 54 hospitalized, 15 deaths
- Newport News- 291 cases, 41 hospitalized, 10 deaths
- Poquoson- 8 cases, 2 hospitalized, 0 deaths
- Williamsburg- 44 cases, 10 hospitalized, 4 deaths
- York County- 77 cases, 10 hospitalized, 3 deaths
- Portsmouth- 325 cases, 47 hospitalized, 11 deaths
- Gloucester- 31 cases, 8 hospitalized, 1 deaths
- Virginia Beach- 752 cases, 95 hospitalized, 23 deaths
- Franklin City- 42 cases, 3 hospitalized, 2 deaths
- Isle of Wight- 132 cases, 12 hospitalized, 3 deaths
- Southampton- 149 cases, 6 hospitalized, 2 deaths
- Suffolk- 317 cases, 52 hospitalized, 33 deaths