Coronavirus Testing

State Still Tracking COVID-19, Despite Reduced Testing

On June 2, Gov. Jim Justice announced that West Virginia would significantly scale back COVID-19 community testing programs. This led to concerns both in the general public and in the medical community that the next wave of COVID-19 cases would catch the state by surprise. But even with the rise of the highly infectious BA.5 variant, that hasn’t been the case.

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W.Va. Summer Camps Receive COVID-19 Test Kits

Summer camps across the state are set to receive free COVID-19 test kits to help prepare for the busy season.

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With Fall Semester A Success, State Universities Begin Vaccinations, Hope For A Safer Spring Term

Coronavirus cases among college students, faculty and staff in West Virginia remained low this fall. By the end of the semester, both public and private schools averaged a cumulative positivity rate of just 2 percent at all four-year institutions after holding a 1 percent cumulative positivity rate for several months.

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