June 4 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Daily Update: 220 New Cases, What’s Next with COVID-19, Fire and Rescue Volunteers Assist With Food Pantry Distribution, More


Posted at 4:45 p.m. 

A summary of recent news about COVID-19 for June 4, 2020:

LATEST DATA

  • June 4: New Positive Cases Reported Today: 220
  • Total Positive Cases: 11,938
    (Health District includes Fairfax County, City of Fairfax, City of Falls Church and towns within the county)
  • Total Deaths: 417
  • View full data dashboard, including locality, age, racial/ethnic and trajectory of cases

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Case information is updated once daily before 10 a.m. All data are subject to change and this information should not be used to determine your individual level of risk or to self-diagnose. For more information on COVID-19 in the community and what you can do to keep yourself and others safe, please visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/covid19

RECENT HEADLINES

  • Director of Epidemiology Explains What’s Next in COVID-19 Response
    What will happen next as coronavirus restrictions are eased and business begin to reopen? Director of Epidemiology and Population Health Dr. Benjamin Schwartz laid out a framework for how the community can continue to slow the spread of COVID-19 during a Fairfax County Board of Supervisors committee hearing on June 2.
  • Fire and Rescue Volunteers Assisting With Food Pantry Distribution Program
    This afternoon, and over the next two weeks, members of the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and several Volunteer Fire Departments will help to staff a food pantry distribution at the Gerry Hyland Government Center (South County Center) located at 8350 Richmond Highway.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What can we say to individuals who refuse to wear a face covering for non-medical reasons?
A cloth face covering is not intended to protect the wearer but may prevent the spread of virus from the wearer to others. This would be especially important in the event that someone is infected but does not have symptoms. A cloth face covering should be worn whenever people must go into public settings (grocery stores, for example) as a courtesy to others in the community. It is a demonstration of consideration and civil responsibility. The wearing of face coverings also is mandatory per the governor’s Executive Order 63. Refusal to follow the Governors mandate may be punishable as a Class I misdemeanor. Business owners/managers should address the violation with the alleged offender at the time. If you have questions or concerns about the face covering Executive Order, call 1-877-ASK-VDH3. Do NOT call the Fairfax County Health Department or the public safety non-emergency number about compliance with the governor’s executive order for face coverings.

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