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The total number of confirmed at “probable” cases of COVID-19 is nearing 450 in the Lynchburg region. “Probable” cases are defined as those for which patients are showing clear symptoms of the virus but have not yet had test results confirmed. The Virginia Department of Health assigns 169 cases to Lynchburg, 38 in Amherst county, 44 in Appomattox County, 140 in Bedford County and 54 in Campbell County for a total of 445. COVID-related deaths for the region are now put at six.

Statewide, the 7-day moving average of confirmed cases is currently 663; that compares to 1,150 at the end of May and the low of 551 June 21.

According to the latest numbers released this morning by the Virginia Department of Health there are 6 new probable or confirmed coronavirus cases being attributed to the Lynchburg region. State health officials say there are 3 new cases in Bedford County , 2 new cases in Lynchburg, and one new case in Amherst County. Coronavirus numbers in Appomattox and Campbell counties remain the same.

The Virginia Department of Health now reports 418 confirmed or probable COVID-19 cases in the Lynchburg region: 159 in Lynchburg, 37 in Amherst County, 43 in Appomattox County, 131 in Bedford County and 48 in Campbell County. Statewide, the seven-day moving average of confirmed cases remains right around the same point it was in mid-June.

State health officials say they are working to determine why COVID-19 test results at some nursing homes and assisted living centers are taking up to a week to be returned. State Epidemiologist Laurie Forlano acknowledged yesterday that some facilities report the results aren’t coming back for up to a week. WLNI’s Evan Jones has more:

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According to the latest numbers released this morning by the Virginia Department of Health there are 11 new confirmed or probable coronavirus cases in the Lynchburg region. State health officials report 5 new cases in Bedford County, 5 new cases in Lynchburg, and 1 new case in Campbell County. There are no new coronavirus related deaths reported in the Lynchburg region.

According to the latest numbers released this morning by the Virginia Department of Health there are 22 new confirmed or probable coronavirus cases in the Lynchburg region. State health officials report 1 new case in Bedford County, 10 new cases in Lynchburg, 3 new cases in Amherst County, 1 in Appomattox County, and 7 in Campbell County. There are no new coronavirus related deaths reported in the Lynchburg region.

According to the latest numbers released this morning by the Virginia Department of Health there are 12 new confirmed or probable coronavirus cases in the Lynchburg region. State health officials report 2 new cases in Bedford County, 6 new cases in Lynchburg, 1 new case in Amherst County, 1 in Appomattox County, and 2 in Campbell County. There are no new coronavirus related deaths reported in the Lynchburg region.

The Virginia Department of Health reports 319 confirmed or probable COVID-19 cases in the Lynchburg region since the virus first arrived, an increase of three in the latest 24-hour reporting period.  Three new cases are attributed to Lynchburg, one more in Bedford County — and one less than before in Campbell County. The VDH numbers show Lynchburg with 116 cases, Amherst County with 31, 36 in Appomattox County, 104 in Bedford County and 32 in Campbell County. The number of deaths in the region remains unchanged at four.

Statewide, officials report 59,514 cases and 1,1661 deaths.