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UPDATE: W.Va. reports 1 death, 421 new COVID-19 cases on Friday

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Published: Feb. 1, 2021 at 11:07 AM EST|Updated: Feb. 26, 2021 at 10:29 AM EST
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UPDATE: 2/26/21 10:30 A.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported one death and 421 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Friday morning, leaving the state with 2,291 deaths and 131,234 cases.

The death confirmed by the DHHR was a 68-year-old Webster County woman.

“As we solemnly observe this tragic loss of life, we must continue to fight this virus,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “It is our duty to protect our family members and neighbors. We extend our condolences to this family.”

As of 10 a.m. Friday, the DHHR reported 2,157,910 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 267 people remained hospitalized, 15 fewer than on Thursday, with 62 in intensive care, 12 fewer than on Thursday.

The DHHR also reported that 285,654 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 183,537 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 7,014 total cases, 12 more than on Thursday, and 199 active cases, four fewer than on Thursday. The county remained gold on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 4.60 and an infection rate of 18.64 per 100,000 residents. The state also reported 15,032 vaccinations in Wood County.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 282. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 160; Wood, 130; Mercer, 112; Berkeley, 99; Hancock, 86; Mineral, 77; Logan, 76; Putnam, 74; Fayette, 70; Harrison, 70 and Monongalia, 70.

The DHHR also reported 7,800 active cases across the state, 220 fewer than on Thursday. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Monongalia, 615; Berkeley, 609; Kanawha, 579; Cabell, 536; Raleigh, 536; Harrison, 481; Putnam, 361; Mercer, 321; Marion, 304; Fayette, 273; and Jefferson, 225.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.48 percent and the daily percentage was 3.99.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (green - 2.24 percent positivity, 9.50 infection rate); 1,664 cases (11 new); 28 active; 50 deaths; 5,818 vaccinations

- Pleasants (green - 2.10 percent positivity, 11.49 infection rate); 800 cases (one new); 15 active; 17 deaths; 2,080 vaccinations

- Ritchie (orange - 5.01 percent positivity, 21.68 infection rate); 621 cases (zero now); 26 active; nine deaths; 2,077 vaccinations

- Wirt (gold - 7.10 percent positivity, 14.73 infection rate); 353 cases (two new); 11 active; two deaths, 1,326 vaccinations

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,192), Berkeley (9,649), Boone (1,567), Braxton (772), Brooke (2,009), Cabell (7,769), Calhoun (229), Clay (376), Doddridge (466), Fayette (2,644), Gilmer (710), Grant (1,062), Greenbrier (2,419), Hampshire (1,522), Hancock (2,588), Hardy (1,264), Harrison (4,817), Jackson (1,664), Jefferson (3,607), Kanawha (12,029), Lewis (1,032), Lincoln (1,219), Logan (2,686), Marion (3,655), Marshall (2,997), Mason (1,766), McDowell (1,348), Mercer (4,205), Mineral (2,575), Mingo (2,115), Monongalia (7,949), Monroe (945), Morgan (928), Nicholas (1,170), Ohio (3,619), Pendleton (619), Pleasants (800), Pocahontas (589), Preston (2,528), Putnam (4,194), Raleigh (4,663), Randolph (2,383), Ritchie (621), Roane (602), Summers (701), Taylor (1,082), Tucker (499), Tyler (613), Upshur (1,678), Wayne (2,604), Webster (311), Wetzel (1,078), Wirt (353), Wood (7,014), Wyoming (1,738).

UPDATE: 2/25/21 1:30 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported five deaths and 431 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Thursday morning, leaving the state with 2,290 deaths and 130,813 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included a 65-year-old Brooke County woman, a 73-year-old Kanawha County man, a 77-year-old Raleigh County man, a 66-year-old Summers County man and an 84-year-old Tucker County man.

“It is with great sadness that we announce more lives lost to this pandemic,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “Our sympathies and thoughts go out to these families.”

As of 10 a.m. Thursday, the DHHR reported 2,147,276 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 282 people remained hospitalized, with 74 in intensive care.

The DHHR also reported that 277,182 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 175,181 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 7,002 total cases and 203 active cases. The county remained gold on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 4.94 and an infection rate of 19.93 per 100,000 residents. The state also reported 14,303 vaccinations in Wood County.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 282. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 160; Wood, 130; Mercer, 112; Berkeley, 99; Hancock, 86; Mineral, 77; Logan, 76; Putnam, 74; Fayette, 70; Harrison, 70 and Monongalia, 70.

The DHHR also reported 8,020 active cases across the state. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 659; Monongalia, 623; Kanawha, 578; Cabell, 562; Raleigh, 544; Harrison, 454; Putnam, 377; Mercer, 326; Marion, 319; and Fayette, 271.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.49 percent and the daily percentage was 3.52.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (green - 2.14 percent positivity, 8.00 infection rate); 1,653 case; 26 active; 50 deaths; 5,749 vaccinations

- Pleasants (green - 1.90 percent positivity, 10.53 infection rate); 799 cases; 14 active; 17 deaths; 1,970 vaccinations

- Ritchie (orange - 6.35 percent positivity, 23.18 infection rate); 622 cases; 27 active; nine deaths; 1,852 vaccinations

- Wirt (gold - 6.35 percent positivity, 14.73 infection rate); 351 cases; 11 active; two deaths, 1,289 vaccinations

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,185), Berkeley (9,638), Boone (1,559), Braxton (768), Brooke (2,009), Cabell (7,762), Calhoun (224), Clay (372), Doddridge (466), Fayette (2,635), Gilmer (706), Grant (1,059), Greenbrier (2,391), Hampshire (1,515), Hancock (2,581), Hardy (1,263), Harrison (4,811), Jackson (1,653), Jefferson (3,602), Kanawha (11,991), Lewis (1,032), Lincoln (1,218), Logan (2,680), Marion (3,642), Marshall (2,995), Mason (1,763), McDowell (1,348), Mercer (4,192), Mineral (2,573), Mingo (2,116), Monongalia (7,907), Monroe (944), Morgan (928), Nicholas (1,169), Ohio (3,617), Pendleton (618), Pleasants (799), Pocahontas (589), Preston (2,525), Putnam (4,186), Raleigh (4,653), Randolph (2,381), Ritchie (622), Roane (496), Summers (701), Taylor (1,081), Tucker (499), Tyler (613), Upshur (1,668), Wayne (2,596), Webster (308), Wetzel (1,075), Wirt (351), Wood (7,002), Wyoming (1,736).

UPDATE: 2/23/21 2:25 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 11 deaths and 285 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Tuesday morning, leaving the state with 2,274 deaths and 130,139 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included four Mercer County residents, a 60-year-old woman, a 70-year-old woman, a 79-year-old man and a 103-year-old man; two Lewis County residents, a 59-year-old man and an 86-year-old woman; a 77-year-old McDowell County woman; a 75-year-old Preston County man; an 86-year-old Randolph County woman; an 83-year-old Wyoming County woman; and a 70-year-old female from Mingo County.

“Today is another difficult day in our fight against COVID-19,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “As we work to slow the growth of this virus in West Virginia, we extend our deepest sympathies to these families.”

As of 10 a.m. Tuesday, the DHHR reported 2,127,566 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 296 people remained hospitalized, with 68 in intensive care.

The DHHR also reported that 272,007 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 167,953 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,978 total cases and 217 active cases. The county remained gold on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 4.84 and an infection rate of 17.96 per 100,000 residents. The state also reported 14,167 vaccinations in Wood County.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 280. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 160; Wood, 129; Mercer, 108; Berkeley, 98; Hancock, 86; Mineral, 77; Logan, 75; Putnam, 74; Fayette, 70; Harrison, 70 and Monongalia, 70.

The DHHR also reported 8,528 active cases across the state. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 714; Cabell, 618; Kanawha, 604; Monongalia, 579; Raleigh, 553; Harrison, 517; Putnam, 410; Marion, 367; Mercer, 336; and Fayette, 272.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.50 percent and the daily percentage was 3.30.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (green - 1.71 percent positivity, 6.50 infection rate); 1,646 case; 28 active; 50 deaths; 5,717 vaccinations

- Pleasants (green - 1.73 percent positivity, 10.53 infection rate); 798 cases; 17 active; 17 deaths; 1,968 vaccinations

- Ritchie (orange - 6.35 percent positivity, 23.18 infection rate); 613 cases; 23 active; nine deaths; 1,780 vaccinations

- Wirt (orange - 7.94 percent positivity, 18.41 infection rate); 349 cases; 13 active; two deaths, 1,227 vaccinations

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,176), Berkeley (9,596), Boone (1,549), Braxton (773), Brooke (2,002), Cabell (7,719), Calhoun (223), Clay (370), Doddridge (465), Fayette (2,616), Gilmer (705), Grant (1,052), Greenbrier (2,380), Hampshire (1,504), Hancock (2,577), Hardy (1,263), Harrison (4,809), Jackson (1,646), Jefferson (3,585), Kanawha (11,920), Lewis (1,020), Lincoln (1,209), Logan (2,667), Marion (3,622), Marshall (2,987), Mason (1,757), McDowell (1,341), Mercer (4,175), Mineral (2,575), Mingo (2,104), Monongalia (7,815), Monroe (937), Morgan (925), Nicholas (1,164), Ohio (3,603), Pendleton (617), Pleasants (798), Pocahontas (582), Preston (2,519), Putnam (4,165), Raleigh (4,605), Randolph (2,371), Ritchie (613), Roane (491), Summers (700), Taylor (1,074), Tucker (496), Tyler (612), Upshur (1,658), Wayne (2,585), Webster (296), Wetzel (1,068), Wirt (349), Wood (6,978), Wyoming (1,731).

UPDATE: 2/19/21 3:30 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 12 deaths and 295 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Friday morning, leaving the state with 2,248 deaths and 129,055 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included a 63-year-old Wood County man; two 87-year-old Jackson County men; two Mercer County women, ages 89, 91 and 92; an 85-year-old Berkeley County man; a 92-year-old Fayette County man; a 51-year-old Jefferson County man; a 76-year-old Kanawha County man; a 54-year-old Marion County woman; and an 88-year-old Wayne County man.

“It is with great sadness that we announce more lives lost to this pandemic,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “Our sympathies and thoughts go out to these families, and we ask that all West Virginians do their part to prevent further spread of this virus.”

As of 10 a.m. Friday, the DHHR reported 2,099,685 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 293 people remained hospitalized, eight fewer than on Thursday with 68 in intensive care, 11 more than on Thurdsay.

The DHHR also reported that 258,451 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 154,798 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,908 total cases, 20 more than on Thursday, and 229 active cases, one fewer than on Thursday. The county remained gold on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 4.35 and an infection rate of 16.42 per 100,000 residents. The state also reported 13,244 vaccinations in Wood County.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 277. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 158; Wood, 129; Mercer, 103; Berkeley, 98; Hancock, 85; Mineral, 77; Putnam, 74; Logan, 72; and Harrison, 70.

The DHHR also reported 9,624 active cases across the state, 464 fewer than on Thursday. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 868; Cabell, 692; Kanawha, 663; Monongalia, 638; Raleigh, 632; Harrison, 582; Putnam, 450; Marion, 400; Mercer, 361; and Fayette, 285.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.52 percent and the daily percentage was 3.16.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (green - 2.86 percent positivity, 12.00 infection rate); 1,638 (one new); 46 active; 50 deaths; 5,274 vaccinations

- Pleasants (green - 2.40 percent positivity, 15.32 infection rate); 794 cases (one new); 21 active; 17 deaths; 1,713 vaccinations

- Ritchie (orange - 6.12 percent positivity, 24.67 infection rate); 604 cases (two new); 28 active; nine deaths; 1,633 vaccinations

- Wirt (gold - 4.33 percent positivity, 12.27 infection rate); 341 cases (zero new); six active; two deaths, 1,162 vaccinations

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,163), Berkeley (9,532), Boone (1,538), Braxton (769), Brooke (1,983), Cabell (7,646), Calhoun (218), Clay (370), Doddridge (460), Fayette (2,587), Gilmer (699), Grant (1,044), Greenbrier (2,371), Hampshire (1,491), Hancock (2,565), Hardy (1,257), Harrison (4,788), Jackson (1,638), Jefferson (3,560), Kanawha (11,795), Lewis (1,012), Lincoln (1,198), Logan (2,643), Marion (3,601), Marshall (2,967), Mason (1,746), McDowell (1,334), Mercer (4,138), Mineral (2,567), Mingo (2,082), Monongalia (7,716), Monroe (930), Morgan (909), Nicholas (1,154), Ohio (3,567), Pendleton (617), Pleasants (794), Pocahontas (580), Preston (2,499), Putnam (4,116), Raleigh (4,561), Randolph (2,356), Ritchie (604), Roane (488), Summers (696), Taylor (1,072), Tucker (495), Tyler (607), Upshur (1,640), Wayne (2,576), Webster (289), Wetzel (1,062), Wirt (341), Wood (6,908), Wyoming (1,716).

UPDATE: 2/18/21

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 11 deaths and 355 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Thursday morning, leaving the state with 2,236 deaths and 128,760 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included three Wood County women, ages 84, 87 and 91; two Harrison County residents, a 70-year-old man and a 101-year-old woman; an 83-year-old Berkeley County woman; a 68-year-old Kanawha County man; a 72-year-old Lewis County woman; a 67-year-old Taylor County woman; an 81-year-old Upshur County woman; and a 93-year-old Webster County man.

“We are deeply saddened to report the deaths of more West Virginians due to COVID-19,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “We extend our deepest sympathies to these families.”

As of 10 a.m. Thursday, the DHHR reported 2,090,402 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 301 people remained hospitalized, 19 fewer than on Wednesday, with 57 in intensive care, 17 fewer than on Wednesday.

The DHHR also reported that 255,950 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 149,889 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,888 total cases, six more than on Wednesday, and 230 active cases, 37 fewer than on Wednesday. The county improved to gold on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 4.31 and an infection rate of 17.96 per 100,000 residents. The state also reported 13,126 vaccinations in Wood County.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 276. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 158; Wood, 128; Mercer, 100; Berkeley, 97; Hancock, 85; Mineral, 77; Putnam, 74; Logan, 72; and Harrison, 70.

The DHHR also reported 10,088 active cases across the state, 434 fewer than on Wednesday. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 921 Cabell, 723; Kanawha, 722; Monongalia, 667; Raleigh, 654; Harrison, 612; Putnam, 452; Marion, 424; Mercer, 368; and Fayette, 291.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.55 percent and the daily percentage was 3.41.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (yellow - 3.68 percent positivity, 17.00 infection rate); 1,637 (zero new); 50 active; 48 deaths; 5,219 vaccinations

- Pleasants (green - 2.26 percent positivity, 15.32 infection rate); 793 cases (one new); 21 active; 17 deaths; 1,713 vaccinations

- Ritchie (orange - 5.64 percent positivity, 23.92 infection rate); 602 cases (two new); 29 active; nine deaths; 1,628 vaccinations

- Wirt (gold - 4.12 percent positivity, 12.27 infection rate); 341 cases (zero new); six active; two deaths, 1,135 vaccinations

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,162), Berkeley (9,500), Boone (1,533), Braxton (767), Brooke (1,982), Cabell (7,655), Calhoun (218), Clay (370), Doddridge (451), Fayette (2,578), Gilmer (695), Grant (1,043), Greenbrier (2,369), Hampshire (1,490), Hancock (2,561), Hardy (1,256), Harrison (4,781), Jackson (1,637), Jefferson (3,550), Kanawha (11,766), Lewis (1,004), Lincoln (1,196), Logan (2,616), Marion (3,597), Marshall (2,968), Mason (1,746), McDowell (1,332), Mercer (4,126), Mineral (2,565), Mingo (2,080), Monongalia (7,690), Monroe (929), Morgan (907), Nicholas (1,151), Ohio (3,561), Pendleton (615), Pleasants (793), Pocahontas (578), Preston (2,496), Putnam (4,104), Raleigh (4,549), Randolph (2,349), Ritchie (602), Roane (486), Summers (695), Taylor (1,071), Tucker (492), Tyler (607), Upshur (1,634), Wayne (2,574), Webster (285), Wetzel (1,057), Wirt (341), Wood (6,888), Wyoming (1,712).

UPDATE: 2/17/21 12:10 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported nine deaths and 289 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Wednesday morning, leaving the state with 2,225 deaths and 128,405 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included two Grant County men, ages 68 and 70; a 90-year-old Fayette County woman; an 80-year-old Greenbrier County woman; a 95-year-old Harrison County man; a 66-year-old Mercer County woman; a 79-year-old Taylor County man; an 83-year-old Wayne County woman; and an 83-year-old Wyoming County woman.

“We mourn with all families suffering the loss of loved ones due to COVID-19,” DHHR Secretary ill J. Crouch said.

As of 10 a.m. Wednesday, the DHHR reported 2,080,541 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 320 people remained hospitalized, 1 fewer than on Tuesday, with 74 in intensive care, six fewer than on Tuesday.

The DHHR also reported that 252,901 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 145,734 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,882 total cases, eight more than on Tuesday, and 267 active cases, 16 fewer than on Tuesday. The county remained orange on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 5.10 and an infection rate of 21.21 per 100,000 residents.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 275. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 158; Wood, 125; Mercer, 100; Berkeley, 96; Hancock, 84; Mineral, 77; Putnam, 74; Logan, 72; Fayette, 68; Harrison, 68; and Monongalia, 68.

The DHHR also reported 10,522 active cases across the state, 447 fewer than on Tuesday. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 962; Kanawha, 750; Cabell, 713; Raleigh, 697; Monongalia, 667; Harrison, 650; Putnam, 466; Marion, 463; Mercer, 376; and Fayette, 301.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.55 percent and the daily percentage was 3.41.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (gold - 4.86 percent positivity; 23.50 infection rate): 1,642 (zero new), 81 active, 48 deaths

- Pleasants (green - 2.07 percent positivity; 15.32 infection rate): 792 cases (zero new), 22 active, 17 deaths

- Ritchie (orange - 5.49 percent positivity; 23.92 infection rate): 600 cases (one new), 31 active, nine deaths

- Wirt (gold - 4.22 percent positivity; 14.73 infection rate): 341 cases (one new), eight active, two deaths

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,161), Berkeley (9,471), Boone (1,528), Braxton (766), Brooke (1,975), Cabell (7,591), Calhoun (218), Clay (370), Doddridge (450), Fayette (2,576), Gilmer (683), Grant (1,041), Greenbrier (2,368), Hampshire (1,485), Hancock (2,559), Hardy (1,252), Harrison (4,769), Jackson (1,642), Jefferson (3,541), Kanawha (11,735), Lewis (1,000), Lincoln (1,195), Logan (2,612), Marion (3,592), Marshall (2,966), Mason (1,742), McDowell (1,328), Mercer (4,123), Mineral (2,565), Mingo (2,075), Monongalia (7,650), Monroe (928), Morgan (905), Nicholas (1,145), Ohio (3,554), Pendleton (613), Pleasants (792), Pocahontas (577), Preston (2,488), Putnam (4,090), Raleigh (4,530), Randolph (2,349), Ritchie (600), Roane (486), Summers (693), Taylor (1,068), Tucker (492), Tyler (605), Upshur (1,626), Wayne (2,571), Webster (285), Wetzel (1,054), Wirt (341), Wood (6,882), Wyoming (1,702).

UPDATE: 2/16/21 5:30 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported four deaths and 228 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Tuesday morning, leaving the state with 2,216 deaths and 128,117 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included a 78-year-old Berkeley County man, a 77-year-old Kanawha County man, a 76-year-old Raleigh County woman and a 64-year-old Webster County man. The death is the first reported in Webster County and leaves Calhoun County as the only one with no deaths linked to the virus.

“With profound sadness, we share this tragic news of more lives lost to COVID-19,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “We join the families in mourning the passing of these West Virginians.”

As of 10 a.m. Tuesday, the DHHR reported 2,072,362 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 321 people remained hospitalized, two more than on Monday, with 80 in intensive care, two fewer than on Monday.

The DHHR also reported that 252,098 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 144,250 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,874 total cases, 18 more than on Monday, and 283 active cases, 27 fewer than on Monday. The county remained orange on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 5.84 and an infection rate of 24.12 per 100,000 residents.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 275. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 158; Wood, 125; Mercer, 99; Berkeley, 96; Hancock, 84; Mineral, 77; Putnam, 74; Logan, 72; and Monongalia, 68.

The DHHR also reported 10,969 active cases across the state, 714 fewer than on Monday. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 1,021; Kanawha, 754; Raleigh, 752; Cabell, 722; Monongalia, 684; Harrison, 665; Marion, 484; Putnam, 475; Mercer, 389; and Fayette, 314.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.55 percent and the daily percentage was 3.18.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (gold - 4.56 percent positivity; 23.00 infection rate): 1,659 (five new), 88 active, 48 deaths

- Pleasants (green - 2.24 percent positivity; 15.32 infection rate): 792 cases (zero new), 22 active, 17 deaths

- Ritchie (orange - 5.81 percent positivity; 24.67 infection rate): 599 cases (zero new), 32 active, nine deaths

- Wirt (gold - 4.30 percent positivity; 13.50 infection rate): 340 cases (zero new), nine active, two deaths

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,161), Berkeley (9,456), Boone (1,526), Braxton (764), Brooke (1,972), Cabell (7,545), Calhoun (218), Clay (370), Doddridge (450), Fayette (2,568), Gilmer (679), Grant (1,038), Greenbrier (2,364), Hampshire (1,478), Hancock (2,556), Hardy (1,248), Harrison (4,759), Jackson (1,656), Jefferson (3,527), Kanawha (11,711), Lewis (987), Lincoln (1,191), Logan (2,607), Marion (3,581), Marshall (2,961), Mason (1,742), McDowell (1,326), Mercer (4,109), Mineral (2,563), Mingo (2,073), Monongalia (7,625), Monroe (927), Morgan (903), Nicholas (1,143), Ohio (3,545), Pendleton (613), Pleasants (792), Pocahontas (576), Preston (2,485), Putnam (4,076), Raleigh (4,524), Randolph (2,342), Ritchie (599), Roane (485), Summers (691), Taylor (1,068), Tucker (492), Tyler (605), Upshur (1,623), Wayne (2,567), Webster (284), Wetzel (1,054), Wirt (340), Wood (6,874), Wyoming (1,698).

UPDATE: 2/15/21 5:15 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported two deaths and 301 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Monday morning, leaving the state with 2,212 deaths and 127,889 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included an 84-year-old Lewis County woman and a 53-year-old Ohio County man.

“Each loss of a West Virginian is a heartbreak to a family and to our state,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “I urge you to remember your actions for safety result in saving the lives of your family, neighbors and friends.”

As of 10 a.m. Monday, the DHHR reported 2,065,565 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 319 people remained hospitalized, with 80 in intensive care.

The DHHR also reported that 250,646 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 140,540 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,856 total cases and 310 active cases. The county remained orange on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 6.01 and an infection rate of 25.66 per 100,000 residents.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 274. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 158; Wood, 125; Mercer, 99; Berkeley, 95; Hancock, 84; Mineral, 77; Putnam, 74; Logan, 72; and Monongalia, 68.

The DHHR also reported 11,683 active cases across the state. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 1,106; Kanawha, 822; Raleigh, 810; Cabell, 742; Monongalia, 724; Harrison, 714; Marion, 539; Putnam, 493; Mercer, 402; and Fayette, 329.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.56 percent and the daily percentage was 5.19.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (gold - 4.50 percent positivity; 24.00 infection rate): 1,654, 141 active, 48 deaths

- Pleasants (green - 2.35 percent positivity; 16.28 infection rate): 792 cases, 27 active, 17 deaths

- Ritchie (orange - 5.73 percent positivity; 25.42 infection rate): 599 cases, 35 active, nine deaths

- Wirt (gold - 4.14 percent positivity; 13.50 infection rate): 340 cases, nine active, two deaths

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,159), Berkeley (9,437), Boone (1,524), Braxton (764), Brooke (1,970), Cabell (7,529), Calhoun (218), Clay (369), Doddridge (450), Fayette (2,566), Gilmer (676), Grant (1,034), Greenbrier (2,362), Hampshire (1,474), Hancock (2,555), Hardy (1,246), Harrison (4,740), Jackson (1,654), Jefferson (3,520), Kanawha (11,689), Lewis (992), Lincoln (1,187), Logan (2,604), Marion (3,577), Marshall (2,956), Mason (1,741), McDowell (1,323), Mercer (4,099), Mineral (2,560), Mingo (2,070), Monongalia (7,610), Monroe (927), Morgan (903), Nicholas (1,142), Ohio (3,543), Pendleton (610), Pleasants (792), Pocahontas (576), Preston (2,485), Putnam (4,062), Raleigh (4,516), Randolph (2,333), Ritchie (599), Roane (486), Summers (691), Taylor (1,067), Tucker (488), Tyler (604), Upshur (1,620), Wayne (2,559), Webster (283), Wetzel (1,054), Wirt (340), Wood (6,856), Wyoming (1,698).

UPDATE: 2/11/21 3:05 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 12 deaths and 469 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Thursday morning, leaving the state with 2,187 deaths and 126,420.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included two 75-year-old Hardy County women; two Marion County residents, a 68-year-old woman and a 68-year-old man; a 50-year-old Cabell County man; an 88-year-old Berkeley County man; a 67-year-old Hancock County man; a 75-year-old Harrison County man; a 78-year-old Morgan County man; a 92-year-old Ohio County woman; a 73-year-old Roane County man; and an 89-year-old Summers County woman.

“As we continue the fight against this pandemic, we are devastated by the loss of more West Virginians,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “The families of these residents are in our thoughts.”

As of 10 a.m. Thursday, the DHHR reported 2,028,981 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 364 people remained hospitalized, two more than on Wednesday, with 82 in intensive care, 27 fewer than on Wednesday.

The DHHR also reported that 227,921 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 115,598 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,782 total cases, 28 more than on Wednesday, and 325 active cases, three fewer than on Wednesday. The county remained orange on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 6.44 and an infection rate of 28.76 per 100,000 residents.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 269. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 156; Wood, 124; Mercer, 98; Berkeley, 92; Hancock, 84; Mineral, 77; Putnam, 74; Logan, 72; and Monongalia, 67.

The DHHR also reported 13,535 active cases across the state, 541 fewer than on Wednesday. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 1,258; Kanawha, 977; Raleigh, 902; Cabell, 850; Harrison, 845; Monongalia, 784; Marion, 711; Putnam, 520; Mercer, 472; and Greenbrier, 396.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.59 percent and the daily percentage was 3.28.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (orange - 5.68 percent positivity; 30.00 infection rate): 1,631 (nine new), 180 active, 48 deaths

- Pleasants (green - 2.78 percent positivity; 19.15 infection rate): 788 cases (zero new), 28 active, 17 deaths

- Ritchie (orange - 6.69 percent positivity; 28.41 infection rate): 590 cases (three new), 37 active, nine deaths

- Wirt (gold - 4.58 percent positivity; 14.73 infection rate): 338 cases (two new), 14 active, two deaths

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,154), Berkeley (9,332), Boone (1,502), Braxton (759), Brooke (1,957), Cabell (7,420), Calhoun (217), Clay (362), Doddridge (447), Fayette (2,526), Gilmer (661), Grant (1,021), Greenbrier (2,341), Hampshire (1,467), Hancock (2,547), Hardy (1,245), Harrison (4,688), Jackson (1,631), Jefferson (3,476), Kanawha (11,546), Lewis (966), Lincoln (1,169), Logan (2,581), Marion (3,535), Marshall (2,941), Mason (1,720), McDowell (1,314), Mercer (4,052), Mineral (2,550), Mingo (2,041), Monongalia (7,472), Monroe (918), Morgan (898), Nicholas (1,117), Ohio (3,507), Pendleton (604), Pleasants (788), Pocahontas (574), Preston (2,473), Putnam (4,011), Raleigh (4,429), Randolph (2,309), Ritchie (590), Roane (479), Summers (688), Taylor (1,052), Tucker (480), Tyler (600), Upshur (1,605), Wayne (2,526), Webster (280), Wetzel (1,043), Wirt (338), Wood (6,782), Wyoming (1,689).

UPDATE: 2/10/21 12:45 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 25 deaths and 429 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Wednesday morning, leaving the state with 2,175 deaths and 125,951 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included a 35-year-old Wood County man; two Jackson County residents, an 89-year-old woman and a 90-year-old man; four Monongalia County residents, a 66-year-old woman, a 68-year-old man, a 74-year-old woman and an 87-year-old man; two Cabell County residents, a 41-year-old woman and a 79-year-old man; two Harrison County residents, a 61-year-old woman and a 71-year-old man; two Upshur County residents, a 70-year-old man and an 86-year-old woman; two Wayne County men, ages 83 and 91; a 25-year-old Jefferson County man; a 63-year-old Logan County man; an 80-year-old Mason County man; a 67-year-old McDowell County woman; a 61-year-old Mercer County man; a 62-year-old Mineral County man; a 101-year-old Mingo County woman; a 56-year-old Morgan County man; a 99-year-old Putnam County man; and a 64-year-old Wyoming County woman.

“The loss of more West Virginians is truly heartbreaking,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “To these families, we extend our deepest sympathy and commitment to continue working to prevent this deadly virus.”

As of 10 a.m. Wednesday, the DHHR reported 2,016,368 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 362 people remained hospitalized, 32 fewer than on Tuesday, with 109 in intensive care, eight fewer than on Tuesday.

The DHHR also reported that 223,850 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 111,457 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,754 total cases, 33 more than on Tuesday, and 328 active cases, five fewer than on Tuesday. The county remained orange on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 6.13 and an infection rate of 29.25 per 100,000 residents.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 269 Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 154; Wood, 124; Mercer, 98; Berkeley, 91; Hancock, 83; Mineral, 77; Putnam, 74; Logan, 72; and Monongalia, 67.

The DHHR also reported 14,076 active cases across the state, 680 fewer than on Tuesday The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 1,321; Kanawha, 1,052; Raleigh, 922; Cabell, 887; Harrison, 868; Monongalia, 814; Marion, 753; Putnam, 534; Mercer, 485; and Greenbrier, 408.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.60 percent and the daily percentage was 4.26.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (orange - 5.23 percent positivity; 29.00 infection rate): 1,622 (six new) 170 active, 48 deaths

- Pleasants (green - 2.74 percent positivity; 21.06 infection rate): 788 (one new) cases, 30 active, 17 deaths

- Ritchie (orange - 7.01 percent positivity; 31.40 infection rate): 587 cases (two new), 33 active, nine deaths

- Wirt (orange - 5.06 percent positivity; 15.95 infection rate): 336 cases (three new), 14 active, two deaths

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,153), Berkeley (9,305), Boone (1,496), Braxton (760), Brooke (1,950), Cabell (7,381), Calhoun (217), Clay (363), Doddridge (439), Fayette (2,519), Gilmer (660), Grant (1,020), Greenbrier (2,329), Hampshire (1,454), Hancock (2,542), Hardy (1,243), Harrison (4,674), Jackson (1,622), Jefferson (3,462), Kanawha (11,513), Lewis (941), Lincoln (1,169), Logan (2,575), Marion (3,529), Marshall (2,931), Mason (1,717), McDowell (1,309), Mercer (4,038), Mineral (2,545), Mingo (2,034), Monongalia (7,441), Monroe (913), Morgan (895), Nicholas (1,112), Ohio (3,499), Pendleton (602), Pleasants (788), Pocahontas (572), Preston (2,468), Putnam (3,996), Raleigh (4,412), Randolph (2,299), Ritchie (587), Roane (477), Summers (684), Taylor (1,046), Tucker (477), Tyler (598), Upshur (1,600), Wayne (2,508), Webster (279), Wetzel (1,041), Wirt (336), Wood (6,754), Wyoming (1,677).

UPDATE: 2/9/21 1 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 19 deaths and 416 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Tuesday morning, leaving the state with 2,150 deaths and 125,522 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included a 68-year-old Wood County woman; a 65-year-old Jackson County woman; four Mercer County residents, a 64-year-old woman, a 73-year-old man, a 79-year-old man and a 90-year-old woman; two Barbour County women, ages 81 and 83; two Cabell County men, ages 69 and 77; two Logan County women, ages 66 and 82; two Marion County women, ages 63 and 82; two Raleigh County residents, a 64-year-old man and a 96-year-old woman; a 64-year-old Doddridge County man; an 85-year-old Kanawha County woman; and a 91-year-old Pendleton County man.

“We are thankful for our healthcare professionals, support staff and all on the front line who continue to do everything in their power to end COVID-19,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “Our condolences are extended to these families for their loss.”

As of 10 a.m. Tuesday, the DHHR reported 2,007,316 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 394 people remained hospitalized, with 109 in intensive care.

The DHHR also reported that 221,347 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 108,870 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,731 total cases and 333 active cases. The county remained orange on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 6.36 and an infection rate of 29.42 per 100,000 residents.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 269 Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 152; Wood, 123; Mercer, 97; Berkeley, 91; Hancock, 83; Mineral, 76; Putnam, 73; Logan, 71; and Fayette, 66.

The DHHR also reported 14,756 active cases across the state. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 1,348; Kanawha, 1,123; Cabell, 975; Raleigh 918; Harrison, 894; Monongalia, 816; Marion, 775; Putnam, 540; Mercer, 501; and Logan, 435.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.60 percent and the daily percentage was 4.80.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (orange - 5.11 percent positivity; 28.00 infection rate): 1,616, 169 active, 46 deaths

- Pleasants (green - 2.71 percent positivity; 21.06 infection rate): 787 cases, 31 active, 17 deaths

- Ritchie (orange - 7.77 percent positivity; 35.14 infection rate): 585 cases, 35 active, nine deaths

- Wirt (gold - 4.72 percent positivity; 14.73 infection rate): 333 cases, 11 active, two deaths

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,151), Berkeley (9,279), Boone (1,493), Braxton (757), Brooke (1,945), Cabell (7,365), Calhoun (217), Clay (361), Doddridge (434), Fayette (2,514), Gilmer (660), Grant (1,020), Greenbrier (2,328), Hampshire (1,452), Hancock (2,537), Hardy (1,244), Harrison (4,644), Jackson (1,616), Jefferson (3,456), Kanawha (11,487), Lewis (936), Lincoln (1,166), Logan (2,563), Marion (3,519), Marshall (2,925), Mason (1,714), McDowell (1,305), Mercer (4,029), Mineral (2,543), Mingo (2,027), Monongalia (7,398), Monroe (910), Morgan (892), Nicholas (1,106), Ohio (3,488), Pendleton (602), Pleasants (787), Pocahontas (570), Preston (2,461), Putnam (3,977), Raleigh (4,371), Randolph (2,289), Ritchie (585), Roane (477), Summers (682), Taylor (1,043), Tucker (477), Tyler (596), Upshur (1,585), Wayne (2,496), Webster (278), Wetzel (1,032), Wirt (333), Wood (6,731), Wyoming (1,669).

UPDATE: 2/8/2021

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 2 deaths and 398 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Monday morning.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included a 69-year-old woman and a 73-year-old man, both from Berkeley County.

“The suffering this virus causes must be stopped,” said Bill J. Crouch, DHHR Cabinet Secretary. “West Virginia, I implore you to continue to take steps to keep yourselves and loved ones healthy.”

As of 10 a.m. Monday, the DHHR reported 1,999,295 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 375 people remained hospitalized, with 107 in intensive care.

The DHHR also reported that 219,892 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 105,889 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

There are 15,557 active cases in West Virginia and 107,418 people have recovered.

CASES PER COUNTY: Barbour (1,153), Berkeley (9,241), Boone (1,484), Braxton (756), Brooke (1,946), Cabell (7,312), Calhoun (217), Clay (361), Doddridge (432), Fayette (2,507), Gilmer (659), Grant (1,019), Greenbrier (2,326), Hampshire (1,449), Hancock (2,535), Hardy (1,242), Harrison (4,631), Jackson (1,614), Jefferson (3,451), Kanawha (11,445), Lewis (928), Lincoln (1,165), Logan (2,553), Marion (3,514), Marshall (2,914), Mason (1,709), McDowell (1,304), Mercer (4,015), Mineral (2,531), Mingo (2,008), Monongalia (7,365), Monroe (910), Morgan (891), Nicholas (1,102), Ohio (3,478), Pendleton (601), Pleasants (779), Pocahontas (569), Preston (2,468), Putnam (3,962), Raleigh (4,355), Randolph (2,283), Ritchie (582), Roane (477), Summers (682), Taylor (1,042), Tucker (477), Tyler (591), Upshur (1,578), Wayne (2,483), Webster (275), Wetzel (1,030), Wirt (332), Wood (6,709), Wyoming (1,664).

UPDATE: 2/5/21 2 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 20 deaths and 597 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Friday morning, leaving the state with 2,100 deaths and 123,641 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included an 83-year-old Wood County man; a 71-year-old Ritchie County woman; two Berkeley County men, ages 24 and 89; two Harrison County women, ages 59 and 92; two Mason County men, ages 60 and 66; two Ohio County residents, a 49-year-old man and a 71-year-old woman; two 86-year-old Putnam County women; two Raleigh County men, ages 77 and 79; a 72-year-old Cabell County man; a 71-year-old Grant County woman; a 94-year-old Hancock County woman; a 73-year-old Hardy County man; an 88-year-old Mercer County woman; and a 79-year-old Mingo County woman.

“As this pandemic continues, it doesn’t get any easier to report the deaths of our residents,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “Our sincere condolences are extended to these families.”

As of 10 a.m. Friday, the DHHR reported 1,970,429 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 384 people remained hospitalized, 12 fewer than on Thursday, with 116 in intensive care, seven more than on Thursday.

The DHHR also reported that 205,252 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 88,807 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,643 total cases, 32 more than on Thursday, and 396 active cases, 15 more than on Thursday. The county remained orange on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 6.17 and an infection rate of 28.74 per 100,000 residents.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 267. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 149; Wood, 114; Mercer, 92; Berkeley, 89; Hancock, 83; Mineral, 76; Putnam, 73; Logan, 69; and Fayette, 66.

The DHHR also reported 17,761 active cases across the state, 708 fewer than on Thursday. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 1,710; Kanawha, 1,250; Cabell, 1,130; Harrison, 1,056; Raleigh, 1,039; Monongalia, 1,001; Marion, 992; Mercer, 687; Putnam, 607; and Greenbrier, 550.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.61 percent and the daily percentage was 4.26.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (orange - 5.63 percent positivity; 31.00 infection rate): 1,591 (12 new), 150 active, 49 deaths

- Pleasants (gold- 4.51 percent positivity; 30.64 infection rate): 777 cases (one new), 33 active, 15 deaths

- Ritchie (orange - 7.63 percent positivity; 35.89 infection rate): 573 cases (zero new), 51 active, nine deaths

- Wirt (red - 8.76 percent positivity; 27.00 infection rate): 331 cases (zero new), 18 active, two deaths

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,138), Berkeley (9,127), Boone (1,473), Braxton (752), Brooke (1,932), Cabell (7,256), Calhoun (215), Clay (360), Doddridge (421), Fayette (2,468), Gilmer (658), Grant (1,010), Greenbrier (2,301), Hampshire (1,421), Hancock (2,521), Hardy (1,234), Harrison (4,570), Jackson (1,591), Jefferson (3,394), Kanawha (11,311), Lewis (894), Lincoln (1,147), Logan (2,514), Marion (3,455), Marshall (2,874), Mason (1,700), McDowell (1,285), Mercer (3,977), Mineral (2,521), Mingo (1,976), Monongalia (7,262), Monroe (899), Morgan (881), Nicholas (1,080), Ohio (3,438), Pendleton (595), Pleasants (777), Pocahontas (564), Preston (2,452), Putnam (3,925), Raleigh (4,283), Randolph (2,252), Ritchie (573), Roane (472), Summers (681), Taylor (1,036), Tucker (475), Tyler (585), Upshur (1,551), Wayne (2,447), Webster (271), Wetzel (1,023), Wirt (331), Wood (6,643), Wyoming (1,649).

UPDATE: 2/4/21 3:35 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 22 deaths and 574 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Thursday morning, leaving the state with 2,080 deaths and 123,044 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included a 92-year-old Wood County woman; three McDowell County residents, a 59-year-old woman, a 72-year-old woman and an 81-year-old man; three Mingo County residents, a 57-year-old man, an 87-year-old man and a 95-year-old woman; three Wyoming County residents, a 72-year-old man, an 87-year-old man; and a 96-year-old woman; two Brooke County residents, an 83-year-old woman and an 87-year-old man; two Putnam County residents, an 81-year-old man and an 88-year-old woman; an 85-year-old Berkeley County man; a 76-year-old Cabell County woman; a 70-year-old Grant County man; a 75-year-old Marion County woman; an 87-year-old Mason County man; a 75-year-old Mineral County man; a 59-year-old Monongalia County woman; and a 71-year-old Nicholas County man.

“The loss of life weighs heavily not only on families and friends, but also on the healthcare workers responding to this deadly virus,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “Our hearts break together, and we must work to stop the spread of this virus so that we can heal together.”

As of 10 a.m. Thursday, the DHHR reported 1,955,795 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 396 people remained hospitalized, 60 fewer than on Wednesday, with 109 in intensive care, 20 fewer than on Wednesday.

The DHHR also reported that 199,458 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 79,513 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,611 total cases, 25 more than on Wednesday, and 381 active cases, two more than on Wednesday. The county remained orange on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 5.83 and an infection rate of 27.71 per 100,000 residents.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 267. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 148; Wood, 113; Mercer, 91; Berkeley, 87; Hancock, 82; Mineral, 76; Putnam, 71; Logan, 69; and Fayette, 66.

The DHHR also reported 18,469, active cases across the state, 743 fewer than on Wednesday. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 1,737; Kanawha, 1,313; Cabell, 1,197; Harrison, 1,139; Raleigh, 1,061; Monongalia, 1,050; Marion, 1,027; Mercer, 739; Putnam, 624; and Greenbrier, 590.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.62 percent and the daily percentage was 5.91.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (orange - 5.21 percent positivity; 28.50 infection rate): 1,579 (eight new), 140 active, 45 deaths

- Pleasants (orange- 5.15 percent positivity; 34.47 infection rate): 776 cases (one new), 33 active, 15 deaths

- Ritchie (red - 8.52 percent positivity; 42.61 infection rate): 573 cases (two new), 55 active, eight deaths

- Wirt (red - 9.12 percent positivity; 30.68 infection rate): 331 cases (two new), 20 active, two deaths

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,130), Berkeley (9,072), Boone (1,460), Braxton (749), Brooke (1,930), Cabell (7,218), Calhoun (215), Clay (359), Doddridge (421), Fayette (2,447), Gilmer (657), Grant (1,007), Greenbrier (2,295), Hampshire (1,413), Hancock (2,511), Hardy (1,231), Harrison (4,561), Jackson (1,579), Jefferson (3,381), Kanawha (11,269), Lewis (878), Lincoln (1,139), Logan (2,492), Marion (3,427), Marshall (2,864), Mason (1,688), McDowell (1,278), Mercer (3,960), Mineral (2,519), Mingo (1,968), Monongalia (7,224), Monroe (892), Morgan (876), Nicholas (1,074), Ohio (3,431), Pendleton (591), Pleasants (776), Pocahontas (564), Preston (2,443), Putnam (3,906), Raleigh (4,254), Randolph (2,250), Ritchie (573), Roane (470), Summers (680), Taylor (1,030), Tucker (471), Tyler (585), Upshur (1,534), Wayne (2,429), Webster (263), Wetzel (1,022), Wirt (331), Wood (6,611), Wyoming (1,646).

UPDATE: 2/3/21 1:10 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 27 deaths and 535 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Wednesday morning, leaving the state with 2,058 deaths and 122,470 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included two Wood County men, ages, 71 and 93; four Kanawha County residents, a 62-year-old woman, two 70-year-old men and a 91-year-old man; four Raleigh County residents, a 62-year-old man, a 71-year-old woman; a 74-year-old man and a 78-year-old man; three Mingo County residents, a 76-year-old man, an 81-year-old man and an 86-year-old woman; two Berkeley County residents, a 59-year-old woman and a 70-year-old man; two Marion County residents, a 59-year-old woman and a 73-year-old man; two Preston County residents, a 70-year-old man and a 79-year-old woman; two Upshur County women, ages 67 and 78; an 80-year-old Cabell County woman; a 76-year-old Jefferson County woman; a 76-year-old McDowell County woman; a 72-year-old Monroe County man; a 93-year-old Putnam County man; and a 77-year-old Taylor County woman;

“We offer our deepest condolences as our state grieves more losses due to COVID-19,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said.

As of 10 a.m. Wednesday, the DHHR reported 1,943,848 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 456, people remained hospitalized, nine fewer than on Tuesday, with 129 in intensive care, two fewer than on Tuesday.

The DHHR also reported that 196,726 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 73,524 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,586 total cases, 23 more than on Tuesday, and 379 active cases, 21 fewer than on Tuesday. The county remained orange on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 6.18 and an infection rate of 30.96 per 100,000 residents.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 267. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 147; Wood, 112; Mercer, 91; Berkeley, 86; Hancock, 82; Mineral, 75; Logan, 69; Putnam, 69; and Fayette, 66.

The DHHR also reported 19,212 active cases across the state, 835 fewer than on Tuesday. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 1,866;; Kanawha, 1,320; Cabell, 1,266; Harrison, 1,177; Raleigh, 1,088; Monongalia, 1,075; Marion, 1,060; Mercer, 754; Putnam, 649; and Greenbrier, 609.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.62 percent and the daily percentage was 5.91.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (orange - 5.49 percent positivity; 29.50 infection rate): 1,571 (five new), 135 active, 45 deaths

- Pleasants (gold- 4.74 percent positivity; 35.43 infection rate): 775 cases (zero new), 33 active, 15 deaths

- Ritchie (red - 9.03 percent positivity; 47.10 infection rate): 571 cases (three new), 56 active, eight deaths

- Wirt (red - 8.99 percent positivity; 30.68 infection rate): 329 cases (zero new), 21 active, two deaths

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,120), Berkeley (9,031), Boone (1,454), Braxton (747), Brooke (1,921), Cabell (7,201), Calhoun (215), Clay (357), Doddridge (417), Fayette (2,432), Gilmer (656), Grant (1,005), Greenbrier (2,286), Hampshire (1,408), Hancock (2,501), Hardy (1,226), Harrison (4,529), Jackson (1,571), Jefferson (3,377), Kanawha (11,206), Lewis (866), Lincoln (1,134), Logan (2,469), Marion (3,394), Marshall (2,855), Mason (1,678), McDowell (1,268), Mercer (3,946), Mineral (2,514), Mingo (1,955), Monongalia (7,183), Monroe (890), Morgan (878), Nicholas (1,069), Ohio (3,427), Pendleton (587), Pleasants (775), Pocahontas (563), Preston (2,436), Putnam (3,891), Raleigh (4,237), Randolph (2,245), Ritchie (571), Roane (466), Summers (680), Taylor (1,028), Tucker (463), Tyler (582), Upshur (1,517), Wayne (2,416), Webster (260), Wetzel (1,016), Wirt (329), Wood (6,586), Wyoming (1,636).

UPDATE: 2/2/21 3:15 P.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported three deaths and 510 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Tuesday morning, leaving the state with 2,031 deaths and 121,935 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included a 61-year-old Berkeley County man, a 64-year-old Harrison County man and an 82-year-old Monongalia County man.

“As we continue the fight against this pandemic, we are devastated by the loss of more West Virginians,” DHHR Secretary Bill J. Crouch said. “I urge all West Virginians to follow the health and safety recommendations and extend deepest sympathy to families grieving.”

As of 10 a.m. Tuesday, the DHHR reported 1,935,299 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 465 people remained hospitalized, 21 more than on Monday, with 131 in intensive care, 13 more than on Monday.

The DHHR also reported that 195,825 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 70,948 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,563 total cases, 20 more than on Monday, and 400 active cases, 21 fewer than on Monday. The county remained orange on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 6.06 and an infection rate of 30.45 per 100,000 residents.

The DHHR also reported 20,047 active cases across the state, 568 fewer than on Monday.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.62 percent and the daily percentage was 5.33.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (orange - 5.76 percent positivity; 32.99 infection rate): 1,576 (10 new), 140 active, 45 deaths

- Pleasants (orange- 5.48 percent positivity; 41.17 infection rate): 775 cases (three new), 33 active, 15 deaths

- Ritchie (red - 8.45 percent positivity; 48.60 infection rate): 568 cases (one new), 63 active, eight deaths

- Wirt (red - 9.38 percent positivity; 33.13 infection rate): 329 cases (one new), 21 active, two deaths

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

Barbour (1,117), Berkeley (8,993), Boone (1,446), Braxton (746), Brooke (1,920), Cabell (7,167), Calhoun (214), Clay (358), Doddridge (416), Fayette (2,417), Gilmer (592), Grant (1,003), Greenbrier (2,268), Hampshire (1,400), Hancock (2,495), Hardy (1,223), Harrison (4,512), Jackson (1,576), Jefferson (3,366), Kanawha (11,169), Lewis (863), Lincoln (1,134), Logan (2,457), Marion (3,381), Marshall (2,838), Mason (1,671), McDowell (1,265), Mercer (3,937), Mineral (2,510), Mingo (1,944), Monongalia (7,153), Monroe (887), Morgan (883), Nicholas (1,063), Ohio (3,415), Pendleton (583), Pleasants (775), Pocahontas (561), Preston (2,433), Putnam (3,872), Raleigh (4,216), Randolph (2,230), Ritchie (568), Roane (466), Summers (677), Taylor (1,027), Tucker (460), Tyler (577), Upshur (1,506), Wayne (2,405), Webster (259), Wetzel (1,014), Wirt (329), Wood (6,563), Wyoming (1,615).

UPDATE: 2/1/21 11:05 A.M.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported four deaths and 424 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Monday morning, leaving the state with 2,028 deaths and 121,425 cases.

The deaths confirmed by the DHHR included a 79-year-old Wood County man, a 93-year-old Cabell County man, a 63-year-old Fayette County man and a 78-year-old Wetzel County woman.

“We send our deepest condolences to these families as they navigate the loss of their loved ones,” DHHR Secretary Bill. J. Crouch said.

As of 10 a.m. Monday, the DHHR reported 1,926,680 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19. In addition, the dashboard showed 438 people remained hospitalized, 81 fewer than on Friday, with 118 in intensive care, 20 fewer than on Friday.

The DHHR also reported that 194,488 people had received the first of two COVID-19 vaccination and that 68,392 had been fully vaccinated against the virus.

In Wood County, the DHHR showed 6,543 total cases, 73 more than on Friday, and 421 active cases, 14 fewer than on Friday. The county remained orange on the state’s daily alert map with a positivity rate of 6.25 and an infection rate of 31.30 per 100,000 residents.

Kanawha County continued to lead the state in deaths with 263. Other counties in the top 10 include: Cabell, 146; Wood, 110; Mercer, 91; Berkeley, 83; Hancock, 82; Mineral, 75; Logan, 69; Putnam, 68; and Fayette, 66.

The DHHR also reported 20,615 active cases across the state. The 10 counties with the most cases include: Berkeley, 1,992; Cabell, 1,378; Kanawha, 1,376; Harrison, 1,269; Monongalia, 1,157; Marion, 1,123; Raleigh, 1,122; Mercer, 823; Putnam, 639; and Greenbrier, 617.

The statewide cumulative percentage of positive tests was 5.62 percent and the daily percentage was 8.03.

Following are DHHR statistics and daily alert levels for four other Mid-Ohio Valley counties.

- Jackson (orange - 5.81 percent positivity; 35.99 infection rate): 1,566, 150 active, 45 deaths

- Pleasants (red- 5.5 percent positivity; 42.13 infection rate): 772 cases, 38 active, 15 deaths

- Ritchie (red - 8.62 percent positivity; 50.09 infection rate): 567 cases, 73 active, eight deaths

- Wirt (red - 11.64 percent positivity; 41.72 infection rate): 328 cases, 24 active, two death

The alert levels are based on the following data collected and published daily on the DHHR’s COVID-19 website: (colors are assigned based on the lower of a county’s two ratings) green, three or fewer cases per 100,000 population or less than 3 percent positivity rate; yellow, 3.1 to 9.9 cases per 100,000 population or 3 percent to 4 percent positivity rate; gold, 10 to 14.9 cases per 100,000 population or 4 percent to 5 percent positivity rate; orange, 15 to 24.9 cases per 100,000 population or 5 percent to 8 percent positivity rate; and red, 25 or more cases per 100,000 population or higher than 8 percent positivity rate.

The Department of Health and Human Resources provided this breakdown of cases, showing case confirmed by lab test over probable case:

CASES PER COUNTY: Barbour (1,113), Berkeley (8,972), Boone (1,431), Braxton (749), Brooke (1,920), Cabell (7,119), Calhoun (214), Clay (355), Doddridge (412), Fayette (2,398), Gilmer (589), Grant (1,007), Greenbrier (2,264), Hampshire (1,398), Hancock (2,489), Hardy (1,221), Harrison (4,491), Jackson (1,566), Jefferson (3,360), Kanawha (11,130), Lewis (855), Lincoln (1,129), Logan (2,444), Marion (3,371), Marshall (2,823), Mason (1,648), McDowell (1,259), Mercer (3,924), Mineral (2,503), Mingo (1,927), Monongalia (7,138), Monroe (885), Morgan (880), Nicholas (1,059), Ohio (3,411), Pendleton (575), Pleasants (772), Pocahontas (556), Preston (2,431), Putnam (3,843), Raleigh (4,199), Randolph (2,214), Ritchie (567), Roane (464), Summers (675), Taylor (1,020), Tucker (459), Tyler (576), Upshur (1,497), Wayne (2,389), Webster (257), Wetzel (1013), Wirt (328), Wood (6,543), Wyoming (1,593).

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