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Prince William Health District's COVID-19 death toll: 604

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Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park have so far lost 604 residents to COVID-19 as of Thursday, Sept. 30. The county has so far lost 541 residents since the start of the pandemic, while Manassas has lost 51 and Manassas Park, 12.

Age and gender: Victims include 343 men and 257 women; six were in their 20s, 12 were in their 30s, 26 were in their 40s, 68 were in their 50s, 131 were in their 60s, 150 were in their 70s, and 211 were age 80 or older, according to the Virginia Department of Health.

Race and ethnicity: Of the victims for which race and ethnicity information was available, 241 or 40% were white, 184 or 30% were Latino, 121 or 20.1% were Black, 48 or 8% were Asian or Pacific Islander, one (.2%) was Native American, and seven (1.2%) are listed as other.

The VDH has not released racial and ethnic information on three of the local fatalities.

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