Child Health

Children's Health And Education, This West Virginia Week

On this West Virginia Week, October interim meetings of the West Virginia Legislature kicked off in Charleston. Children’s health and education continue to be in the spotlight with state leaders discussing everything from school discipline to childhood literacy. And, more on the conditions inside West Virginia jails and prisons.

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Health Department: Parents Need To Ensure Child Vaccinations Are Current

As school begins across West Virginia, health experts say getting children their routine vaccinations is a “back-to-school” must.

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COVID-19 Vaccines For 5 And Under Heading To W.Va.

In Gov. Jim Justice’s Wednesday coronavirus briefing, Joint Interagency Task Force Director Gen. James Hoyer said about 17,400 vaccine doses for children 5 and under will arrive in West Virginia from June 20 through June 29. He said about 8,600 of those will be Moderna and 800 doses will be Pfizer.

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W.Va. COVID-19 Czar Highlights New Precautions, Protocols.

West Virginia Coronavirus Czar Dr. Clay Marsh says right now, we are dealing with the most infectious forms of COVID-19.

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