The number of COVID-19 cases in Fairfax County has passed 1,000.
The county continues to lead all other jurisdictions with a total of 1,164 cases, according to state data released this morning.
Between yesterday (Sunday) and today, 156 new cases were reported.
Overall, 5,747 cases statewide and 149 deaths have been reported, including 19 deaths in Fairfax County.
Currently, seven hospitals in the state are having trouble securing personal proactive equipment.
Roughly 23 percent of available ventilators statewide are currently in use and 5,970 beds are available for patients.
Data via Virginia Department of Health
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