W. Va. Governor Jim Justice Marks Unreported Coronavirus DeathsWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice’s took nearly 19 minutes Friday to read the ages and hometowns of 165 people who died from the coronavirus.
COVID-19 In West Virginia: Gov. Justice To Lift Indoor Gathering Limits At Bars, Most BusinessesWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice ordered the loosening of pandemic restrictions on Friday at restaurants, bars and most businesses to allow full capacity at those establishments where social distancing is possible.
W. Va. Expects Vaccine Supply Surge As COVID-19 Deaths DropWest Virginia expects to receive a surge in coronavirus vaccine doses this week after a one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine gained federal emergency use authorization.
WVU Officials: Three Cases Of U.K. Variant Of COVID-19 Detected In Morgantown AreaThree cases of the U.K. variant of COVID-19 have been detected in the Morgantown area.
Virus Cases, Hospital Stays Keep Dropping In West VirginiaWest Virginia is on track to have its lowest weekly count of positive coronavirus cases since late October.
COVID-19 In West Virginia: State Expects More Vaccine Doses Next WeekAs the number of COVID-19 cases in West Virginia decline, Gov. Jim Justice says they expect more vaccine doses next week.
COVID-19 In West Virginia: WVU Basketball To Allow Limited Number Of FansWhen the Mountaineers host Florida on January 30, they will allow a limited number of fans inside of WVU Coliseum.
COVID-19 In West Virginia: Teachers Unions Challenge In-Person Education MandateTwo of West Virginia's largest teachers' unions are asking judges to slow down the governor's in-person education mandate.
West Virginia Reports 23 New Coronavirus Deaths, 49K VaccinationsThe West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 23 new deaths from COVID-19 on the first day of the new year.
COVID-19 In West Virginia: W. Va. Reports Another Week Of Record Coronavirus DeathsWest Virginia reported 160 COVID-19 related deaths throughout the state in the last week.
COVID-19 In West Virginia: Hospitals To Trim Elective Surgeries As COVID-19 Cases SurgeWest Virginia hospitals will begin to reduce elective surgeries as coronavirus cases in the state continue to rise.