10 new coronavirus cases in Virginia, now 77 total cases
RICHMOND, Va. – There are now 77 “presumptively positive” cases of the coronavirus in Virginia as of March 18, according to Virginia Health Commissioner Norman Oliver.
Here’s a breakdown of the 10 new cases:
Three in Richmond, which are the city’s first cases
Two in Fairfax County
One in James City County
One in Arlington County
One in Chesterfield County
One in Stafford County
One in Charles City County, the county’s first cases
There are 65 tests being run at the state lab right now, according to Oliver.
Wednesday’s 77 cases marks an increase from 67 on Tuesday and 52 on Monday.