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Coronavirus Cases in Arlington Rise Above 300

There are now 312 known coronavirus cases in Arlington, an increase of 32 since the day before.

The latest data from the Virginia Dept. of Health also shows 4,509 reported cases, 772 hospitalizations, and 121 deaths statewide, as of Friday. Arlington’s neighbors Alexandria and Fairfax County are now reporting 174 and 777 cases respectively.

Arlington will be hosting a live town hall meeting at noon today (Friday) online and on local cable TV. More from the county:

On Friday, we’re hosting a live town hall to discuss Arlington’s response to COVID-19. You can ask questions on all aspects of this health and economic emergency by joining us on Facebook or by texting 571-356-9267. The town hall will also be live-streamed to YouTube, the County website and Arlington TV (Comcast 1085/Verizon 39).

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