Loudoun County has 1,486 confirmed cases of COVID-19, according to the Virginia Department of Health. That's an increase in 40 cases from Sunday's report.
No new local deaths were reported for the third day in a row, leaving the county's coronavirus-related death toll at 48.
The age breakdown of the deceased is as follows: 36 have been 80 years old or older, eight have been between the ages of 70 and 79, three have been between the ages of 60 and 69 and one between the ages of 50 and 59.
One hundred thirty-nine people in Loudoun have been hospitalized.
On Friday afternoon, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) rejected requests to reopen parts of the commonwealth that remained under lockdown, including three districts in the western part of Loudoun County. He said accepting the requests would get “totally out of hand.”
“We want to be straightforward and consistent as we can, but if you do something that carves [out] counties or picks certain towns ... it would get totally out of hand,” Northam said. “While I’m sure the decisions that I make are difficult for some individuals to understand, we’ve tried to be consistent, we’ve tried to be fair and most importantly, we’ve concentrated on public safety, and at the end of the day we want Virginians to be safe as well as their families.”
No restrictions have been lifted in northern Virginia, Richmond and Accomack County, which were granted two-week delays after local leaders said it was too early to move forward. The order pertaining to those areas is expected to end May 29 unless updated or rescinded.
Statewide, the number of cases on Monday jumped by 752 to 31,140. 3,822 hospitalizations have occurred, and 218,393 people have been tested.
Virginia residents can now search case and testing information by ZIP code through the county's website.
In northern Virginia, parents spoke with the Times-Mirror about parenting and educating children with special needs during the coronavirus pandemic.