The Virginia Department of Health reported Thursday that 460 people in Virginia have tested positive for COVID-19.

That's an increase of 69 cases from the 391 reported at noon Wednesday.

The VDH also said that 6,189 have been tested for the virus, and 65 have been hospitalized in Virginia.

There have been 13 deaths statewide.

This is the breakdown of cases across the state according to the VDH website: 

79 - Fairfax County

54 - Arlington County

49 - James City County

36 - Prince William County

26 - Virginia Beach

28 - Loudoun County

21 - Henrico County

14 - Richmond

12 - Chesterfield County

14 - Alexandria

9 - York County

9 - Charlottesville

7 - Stafford County

6 - Norfolk

5 - Williamsburg

6 - Albemarle County

8 - Newport News

4 - Chesapeake

4 - Louisa County

3 - Goochland County

3 - Mecklenburg County

3 - Portsmouth

3 - Shenandoah County

3 - Manassas City

3 - Harrisonburg

3 - Fluvanna County

2 - Spotsylvania County

2 - Bedford County

2 - Culpeper County

2 - Danville

2 - Frederick County

2 - Gloucester County

2 - Hanover County

2 - Isle of Wight County

2 - Lee County

2 - Prince Edward County

2 - Rockingham County

2 - Accomack County

1 - Amherst County

1 - Botetourt County

1 - Charles City County

1 - Fairfax City

1 - Franklin County

1 - Fredericksburg

1 - Halifax County

1 - Madison County

1 - Mathews County

1 - Nelson County

1 - Nottaway County

1 - Orange County

1 - Roanoke County

1 - Rockbridge County

1 - Suffolk

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