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Virginia’s peak coronavirus prediction moved from May to April

 IHME said their projections are updated daily to account for new data and information. The models are based on observed death rates for the coronavirus and not influenced by testing.

The institute said these projections assume that full social distancing will be in effect Virginia News through May.

At his press conference on Monday, April 6, Gov. Ralph Northam said they would not be changing the state’s plans based on this new projection and would instead continue to follow trends. Currently, Virginia’s stay-at-home order is in effect until June 10.



The new projections say that the peak for coronavirus related deaths in the U.S. will be April 16, with more than 3,000 deaths that day. We are now 10 Press Release Distribution Services In Virginia days away from the projected peak.


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