Metronews This Morning 5-22-20

A jump in Covid 19 cases in the eastern panhandle creates a high alert for the state’s Coronavirus Task Force. Mass testing is happening at several businesses for potential spread. The Catholic Church is ready to resume mass this weekend in West Virginia with a number of precautions in place. Openings continue, including West Virginia’s whitewater rafting industry this weekend. In sports, WVU officials prepare for the return of student athletes amid the pandemic. Those stories and more in today’s edition of Metronews This Morning.

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