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NoVa Sees Uptick in New COVID-19 Cases

Northern Virginia reported 533 new cases of the coronavirus Tuesday, even as testing has ramped up in hot spots in the area.

The total has increased from 460 cases from Monday and 448 on Sunday, according to the state health department, InsideNova reported.

The state’s total coronavirus cases stand at 32,145, with 55 percent coming from jurisdictions in Northern Virginia that haven’t moved into Phase One reopening, the health department reports.

Gov. Ralph Northam, meanwhile, has begun loosening restrictions elsewhere in the state, including an announcement Monday that Virginia Beach will reopen for Memorial Day weekend.

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