MetroNews This Morning 7-16-20

Mask mandates are now becoming commonplace and they aren’t just from the government, they’re also coming from private stores as new company policies in the pandemic. Corona virus cases in West Virginia are reaching an all-time high. Members of the legislature and the Governor are sparring over whether a special session is needed to divide and allocate CARES act money allocated to West Virginia. Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Ben Salango picks up a teachers’ union endorsement and a couple of WV communities are staging an election today. In Sports, a new quarterback will be under center the next time the Thundering Herd takes the field. Those stories and more on today’s edition of MetroNews This Morning.

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