Fairfax Health District’s COVID-19 death toll reaches 1,500 people

On March 12, a resident of Fairfax County, or possibly the cities of Fairfax or Falls Church died from COVID-19.

Reported to the Virginia Department of Health within the past week, the most recent confirmed death brings the Fairfax Health District’s death toll from the pandemic up to 1,500 people.

While deaths and hospitalizations remain low, COVID-19 cases continue to rise locally.

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