Loudoun County now has 2,047 confirmed cases of COVID-19, according to the Virginia Department of Health. That's an increase in 226 cases from Sunday's report.
No new deaths have been reported. The last local death was reported on Saturday.
The age breakdown of the deceased is as follows: 38 have been 80 years old or older, 10 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 fifty people in Loudoun have been hospitalized, and 10,731 people have been tested.
The seven-day average for percent positivity in local testing stands at 15.9 percent.
On Sunday, regional health experts told chief elected officials that northern Virginia has met much of the criteria needed to move into the first phase of the commonwealth’s reopening plan, according to Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large).
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) is expected to receive a copy of the report along with a letter from the chief elected officials. He is expected to decide whether northern Virginia may enter into the first phase of reopening after ordering the region be delayed through May 28.
Statewide, the number of cases on Monday jumped by 1,483 to 37,727 cases. A total of 1,208 deaths have occurred, 4,269 hospitalizations, and 256,913 people have been tested.
Virginia residents can search case and testing information by ZIP code through the county's website.
Over the weekend, Northam was questioned and criticized about not wearing a face mask during his Saturday visit to the Virginia Beach oceanfront.
Northam, who has urged Virginians to cover their faces during the coronavirus pandemic, was spotted posing for mask-less photos alongside residents.
Alena Yarmosky, a spokeswoman from the governor’s office, said in a statement to the Associated Press, “He was outside yesterday [Saturday] and not expecting to be within six feet of anyone. This is an important reminder to always have face coverings in case situations change — we are all learning how to operate in this new normal, and it’s important to be prepared.”