Update March 21: Gov. Ralph Northam reported today that the number of cases of COVID-19 in Virginia has risen to 152, 38 more cases than Friday.
The VDH reports two cases in the Southwest Health Region of Virginia. There are still no confirmed cases in Danville or Pittsylvania County.
As of March 19, the Carilion Clinic in Roanoke has reported one positive case of Coronavirus.
There are 77 cases in the North region, 42 in the East, 25 in the Central region and 6 in the Northwest.
Update: The number of cases of COVID-19 in Virginia has risen to 114, which is up by 20 cases since the last Virginia Department of Health report.
The Carilion Clinic in Roanoke reported a positive case of COVID-19 in one of their patients Thursday. This marks the first case in the Southwest Health Region of Virginia.
There are still no reported cases in Danville or Pittsylvania County.
The number of reported hospitalizations is 20 and the number of COVID-19 related deaths is still 2.
Original: As of noon on Thursday, March 19, the Virginia Department of Health has reported 94 positive cases of COVID-19 in Virginia.
There are still no reported cases in the Southwest Health Region, which includes Danville and Pittsylvania County.
The number of deaths that have resulted from COVID-19 is still two.
The VDH is now tracking the number of hospitalizations, which is 19 as of most recent reports.
This story will be updated.