Loudoun County now has at least 105 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, an increase of 18 from Tuesday, according to the latest figures released by the state.
Two Loudoun County residents have also died after testing positive for coronavirus, the first a teacher in her 70s and the second a 93-year-old female resident of Falcon's Landing with underlying health issues.
The Times-Mirror has received numerous inquiries as to why the general locations of local coronavirus cases aren't being released. County officials responded to the inquiries.
On Monday, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D), along with chief executives from Washington D.C. and Maryland announced a “stay-at-home" order to mitigate the spread of coronavirus.
The executive order will be in effect until June 10 unless updated or rescinded.
Virginia and Loudoun County have both declared emergencies due to the pandemic. Virginia is reporting 1,484 cases statewide, including 34 deaths as of 9 a.m. on Wednesday.