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September 10, 2020

Warrenton nursing home has 12 COVID-19 fatalities

The Virginia Department of Health on Thursday reports 1,236 new COVID-19 cases and 11 more deaths statewide.
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The COVID-19 outbreak at a Warrenton nursing home has resulted in a 12th deathVirginia Department of Health reported Thursday morning.

The most recent fatality increased Fauquier County’s total to 21 since the pandemic began.

Brookside Rehab and Nursing Center cases total 78 since it reported the outbreak on Aug. 14.

Bookside’s website Thursday morning listed 14 active cases.

The state health department Wednesday morning also reported:

832 total cases in Fauquier County since the pandemic began — up 5 from Wednesday.

130,525 Virginia cases — up 1,236 since Wednesday. The total includes 124,619 confirmed and 5,906 “probable” infections.

2,708 deaths statewide — up 11 from Wednesday. Of the total fatalities, the health department classifies COVID-19 as the confirmed cause in 2,575 and “probable” in 133.

1,710,556 diagnostic tests statewide — up 16,353 since Wednesday. Over the past seven days, 7.6 percent of those tests were positive.

Statewide hospitalizations for COVID-19 over the course of the pandemic totaled 10,088 as of Wednesday, down 3 since Wednesday.

But, the health department notes that its hospitalization figure — based on status at the time each case gets investigated — “underrepresents” the actual total.

Since the pandemic began, 16,061 “confirmed COVID-19 patients have been hospitalized and discharged,” according to the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association.

State hospitals housed 1,096 infected patients Thursday — up 69 from Wednesday, according to the association.

That puts total Virginia hospitalizations during the pandemic at 17,157.

Virginia hospitalizations for COVID-19 peaked at 1,625 patients on May 8.

Healthcare providers and laboratories report statistics to the state as of 5 p.m. each day. The health department updates its report the following morning.

Forty-four infected Fauquier patients have been hospitalized and 21 have died since the pandemic started.

In the Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District, which includes Fauquier:

• 1,144 cases (up 4), 89 hospitalizations and 14 deaths in Culpeper.

• 278 infections (up 4), 19 hospitalizations and 4 deaths in Orange.

• 96 infections (unchanged), 6 hospitalizations and 2 deaths in Madison.

• 58 cases (unchanged), 5 hospitalizations and 2 deaths in Rappahannock.

The district has 43 COVID-19 deaths, and 163 infected patients have been hospitalized during the pandemic.

The health department reported 30,439 diagnostic tests in the district so far, up 225 from Wednesday. Over the last seven days, 5.3 percent of tests conducted in the five-county district were positive.


Cases elsewhere in Virginia:

• 19,282 in Fairfax County — up 105 since Wednesday.

Prince William County, 11,432 — up 68.

Virginia Beach, 6,345 — up 40.

Loudoun County, 6,327 — up 54.

Chesterfield County, 5,401 — up 54.

Henrico County, 4,925 — up 53.

City of Norfolk, 4,577 — up 32.

City of Richmond, 4,220 — up 22.

City of Chesapeake, 4,007 — up 122.

Arlington County, 3,687 — up 8.

City of Alexandria, 3,558 — up 12.

City of Newport News, 3,527 — up 22.

City of Portsmouth, 2,337 — up 13.

City of Harrisonburg, 2,036 — up 47.

Spotsylvania County, 1,952 — up 26.
City of Manassas, 1,844 — up 2.

Stafford County, 1,813 — up 14.

City of Suffolk, 1,773 — up 15.

City of Hampton, 1,687 — up 26.

City of Roanoke, 1,329 — up 17.

Rockingham County, 1,204 — up 21.

Accomack County, 1,156 — up 1.

Albemarle County, 1,110 — up 9.

City of Lynchburg, 1,131 — up 15.


Nationwide as of Thursday:

6,363,437 cases — up 33,576.

• 190,885 deaths — up 1,167.

• 2,387,479 have recovered — up 23,368.

• 84.55 million tests conducted — up about 590,000.
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Linda Ward · September 11, 2020 at 8:50 am
"No distractions from mass murder. If we time the beginning of Trump's gross incompetence and dereliction of duty to mid-March, we're 6 months into our epidemic and 200,000 deaths.

There are more deaths every 3 days for the last 6 months than were murdered on 9/11 at the hands of Bin Laden - every 3 days another 9/11 occurs to men and women. All because a narcissistic man-child was afraid that talking about and planning for the virus could hurt his reelection chances. And we know that it is deliberately undercounted in the Republican states.

200,000 deaths - one death every second for over 2 days - 56 straight hours of death, one for every single second.

If Trump as captain of the ship SS America sailed into a storm knowingly instead of turning away, failed to furl his sails or close his hatches once in the middle of storm, went to his cabin in the middle of the storm to watch TV and lost his ship and his passengers, he would be held accountable and charged with manslaughter. If the average cruise ship holds 3,000 guests, Trump has captained 67 cruise ships full of passengers to their painful and lonely deaths. Victims of the virus could not even hold their loved ones, one final time.

If a body bag's thickness with a body is one foot, the stack of body bags laid one on top of another would be 38 miles high, well past the height that a weather balloon can reach in our atmosphere.

Sen. Tillis says Trump will win because people will remember how they felt in February. At this point, I don't remember February, let alone know how I felt.

Trump will be condemned for all time for his gross dereliction of duty as the Commander-in-Chief that directly led to 200,000 deaths and counting. He is the greatest mass murderer in American history based solely on his gross incompetence."

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-reaction-woodward-interview-coronavirus/2020/09/09/fc21e67e-f2ca-11ea-b796-2dd09962649c_story.html#comments-wrapper
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DougF · September 10, 2020 at 12:07 pm
Now they've change the numbers to 9734 LT Care cases, and 1,395 LT Care deaths. The original reported numbers much have been an error.
DougF · September 10, 2020 at 11:43 am
Did anyone notice that the "Outbreaks" tab says Long Term Care cases now total 16,998, versus 9,685 yesterday? That's an increase of about 7,300 in a day.

Worse, the deaths in long term care rose by 961 today (2354 versus 1393). LT Care deaths are now 87% of total deaths.

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