Metronews This Morning 5-5-20

Drive-In Movies and wellness centers run by licensed healthcare providers are among the businesses which will reopen in West Virginia next week if the testing rate for Covid 19 remains below 3%. Even as some businesses reopen this week, Dr. Cathy Slemp stresses the need to continue with social distancing and other precautions which have become common. Today a statewide effort by West Virginia Radio and the United Way is underway to help re-stock pantry shelves of food banks. Feeding programs for West Virginia students are transitioning from the school year to the summer programs. In Sports, the rosters for the North-South All-Star game area stellar–if the game is played. Those stories and more in today’s podcast.

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