CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A second county in West Virginia is on track to have schools go virtual-instruction only and cancel extracurricular activities after an increase in cases reported on Friday.
The state will issue a map on Saturday night to determine which counties can welcome back students for in-person classes on Tuesday.READ MORE: Clemson Continues Domination Of Pitt In 75-48 Loss For Panthers
Monongalia County is the second county to turn red on the state’s color-coded map that gauges whether schools are ready for in-class teaching, sports and other activities.READ MORE: Nittany Lions Baffled By Murray Brothers, Lose 68-51 To Iowa
It comes two days after Gov. Jim Justice ordered the county’s bars to close indefinitely after news of West Virginia University students packing bars in Morgantown.MORE NEWS: Ohio Redistricting Commission Once Again Fails To Pass Legislative Maps
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