ARLINGTON, VA — The Virginia Department of Health reported no new deaths Friday in the Arlington Health District due to COVID-19, the disease associated with the new coronavirus. No new deaths have been reported in the health district in 17 days. The total number of COVID-19-related deaths in the Arlington Health District stands at 136.
There are 20 new cases of COVID-19 in the Arlington Health District as of Monday morning, bringing the total number of cases in the health district to 2,945. In the health district, there have been a total of 436 hospitalized patients to date.
As of Monday, there are 93,106 total cases statewide, according to data reported by the Virginia Department of Health. In Virginia, there have been 2,218 coronavirus-related deaths to date. There have been a total of 8,018 hospitalized COVID-19 patients.
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There have been 17 coronavirus outbreaks in the Arlington Health District as of Monday, with 545 cases related to an outbreak. There have been 12 outbreaks at long-term care facilities, two outbreaks at a congregate setting and three outbreaks in health care settings in Arlington. There have been 180 reported coronavirus cases in Arlington health care workers.
On Monday, Virginia health officials reported 37,382 COVID-19 tests have been taken in Arlington, with a 4.6 percent positivity rate. Statewide there have been 1,258,047 COVID-19 tests taken, with a 7.3 percent positivity rate.
Globally, more than 18.1 million people have been infected by COVID-19, and over 690,000 people have died, Johns Hopkins University reported Monday morning. In the United States, more than 4.6 million people have been infected and over 154,000 people have died from COVID-19.
The department of health breaks down the number of cases and deaths in Arlington by age, race and ethnicity.
The breakdown by age is as follows:
0-9: 65 cases
10-19: 149 cases
20-29: 591 cases
30-39: 535 cases
40-49: 481 cases
50-59: 420 cases
60-69: 306 cases
70-79: 180 cases
80+: 205 cases
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