The Virginia Department of Health reported two additional cases of COVID-19 in the Danville-Pittsylvania County Health District on Monday morning.
One was a female Pittsylvania County resident in her 60s and the other was a female Danville resident in her 40s, said Virginia Department of Health spokesman Robert Parker.
Danville resident Robin Marcato, 47, said she received positive test results for COVID-19, the severe respiratory illness caused by the coronavirus, on Saturday after waiting two weeks for them.
In Virginia, the number of confirmed cases increased by 241 for a total of 2,878 with the Monday morning update.
Thirteen residents in Danville have tested positive. Three have tested positive in Pittsylvania County. One of those, 66-year-old Gretna resident Landon Spradlin, died in a North Carolina hospital while his wife was quarantined alone in the state.
A total of 54 people have died from the disease in Virginia and 497 have been hospitalized.