Two more people have died from COVID-19 in Loudoun County in recent days, bringing the death toll to four.
According to Loudoun County officials, the two latest deaths were men older than 65. No other details were immediately available. County officials are only providing an age range when listing the deaths.
The first two deaths were women, one a 93-year-old resident of the Falcons Landing retirement community in Sterling and the other a Loudoun County Public Schools worker in her 70s. A School Board member released information on the late teacher, while Falcons Landing officials reported the death from their community.
The Virginia Department of Health is reporting 167 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Loudoun County as of Sunday morning, up 17 from Saturday's reporting.
The number of tests given in Loudoun County is not available, according to the county health department.
Statewide, there have been 2,637 cases and 51 deaths. More than 23,600 tests have been given.
County health officials say they believe widespread community transmission is occurring in Loudoun, and they urge local residents to stay home except for essential trips like food or medicine.