COVID-19 Cases Jump by More than 100 Overnight in Fairfax County

The number of COVID-19 cases in Fairfax County continues to increase at a faster rate in the county.

According to state data released this morning, the number of cases jumped from 570 yesterday (Wednesday) to 690 overnight. The highest percent increase of cases was reported this week.

Fairfax County continues to have the most number of cases in the state. Overall, more than 33,000 people have been tested and nearly 4,042 cases have been confirmed. So far, 109 people have died.

The county’s health department cannot provide more geographic information about cases beyond the county level due to privacy laws.

“We believe that all geographic areas of Fairfax County currently are at risk fo disease transmission,” the health department wrote in a statement.

Data via Virginia Department of Health

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