HENRY COUNTY, VA – On Monday evening, the West Piedmont Health District announced their biggest spike in COVID-19 cases yet.
Nancy Bell, the district's Population Health Manager, said Henry County had 22 confirmed cases and the city of Martinsville had five cases of the coronavirus.
Henry County's cases were 12 women and 10 men with age ranges of teens, 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s.
Five females from their teens to 40s were Martinsville's reported cases.
That pushed Henry County's total to 130 cases with eight hospitalizations and three deaths.
Martinsville now has a total of 44 cases, including six hospitalizations and one death.
Patrick County stayed at 18 cases with no hospitalizations or deaths, and Franklin County remained at 35 cases with four hospitalizations and two deaths.