Five COVID-19 cases were reported on Thursday in the West Piedmont Health District as the spike continues.
The district's Population Health Manager, Nancy Bell, said there were three confirmed cases of the coronavirus identified in Henry County, and one each in Martinsville and Franklin County.
Henry County's cases were all men in their 30s and 60s, which brought the county's total to 94 cases with eight hospitalizations and three deaths.
In Martinsville, a man in his 50s tested positive for the virus, brining the city's total to 38 cases, including six hospitalizations and one death.
Another man in his 50s was Franklin County's reported case that pushed the county's total to 35 cases with four hospitalizations and two deaths.
Patrick County remained at 16 cases with no hospitalizations or deaths.