Loudoun County now has at least 20 confirmed cases of coronavirus, an increase of two from Tuesday, according to the latest figures released by the state and Johns Hopkins University & Medicine.
Virginia and Loudoun County have both declared emergencies due to the pandemic. Virginia is reporting 391 cases statewide, including three new deaths from Tuesday afternoon, bringing the death total to nine as of 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Loudoun County Public Schools on Tuesday night reported a sixth staff member tested positive for the virus.
On a positive note, Loudoun received high marks, an “A” rating, for its social distancing, according to Unacast. Since the virus outbreak, the human mobility data company has been using phone GPS location data to determine human activity.
Virginia overall received a “B” rating.
The latest updates from Loudoun County government on the coronavirus outbreak can be found at Loudoun.gov/coronavirus.