Loudoun County saw 202 new COVID-19 cases between July 4 and July 11 and eight new deaths in the same time frame, according figures released Saturday.
The local death toll stood at 99 on Saturday. 71 of the deaths have been people 80 years old or older; 18 have been between 70 and 79; six have been between 60 and 69; two between 50 and 59; and one between 40 and 49.
The county has seen 4,373 confirmed COVID-19 cases since the outbreak began. 24 new cases were reported Saturday.
There were 10 new local hospitalizations over the past week and 289 in total.
The seven-day average for percent positivity in local testing had fallen to 7.2 percent on July 7, the last date for which data was available.
Statewide, the commonwealth has seen 1,962 COVID-19-related deaths, an increase in 113 from a week earlier.
Statewide cases spiked Friday, with 943 new cases reported, by far the highest figure in more than a month. Friday's report was followed up with 851 new cases Saturday.
Altogether, Virginia has seen 69,782 confirmed cases, a jump of 4,673 over the past week.
The statewide seven-day average for percent positivity in local testing was 6.5 percent on July 7, the last date for which data was available. That's up from the low of 5.6 percent, which was reported on June 23.
On Thursday, Gov. Ralph Northam (D) announced that Virginia ended fiscal 2020 with a $236.5 million budget shortfall, far less than anticipated. Overall, state revenues were up 2 percent from the previous fiscal year.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.