Active coronavirus cases surpasses 3,800

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The number of active coronavirus cases in West Virginia is more than 3,800 according to the state Department of Health and Human Resources’ Sunday data release.

State officials have recorded 3,854 active cases, in which the department received 190 new cases since its Saturday report.

The number of deaths increased to 334; the deaths of a 70-year-old female from Kanawha County and a 72-year-old male from Kanawha County have been connected to the pandemic.

Kanawha and Wayne counties are the highest-rated counties on the state’s county alert system map; both counties are at the orange level.

The department also updated its data for cases in counties: Barbour (56), Berkeley (995), Boone (218), Braxton (13), Brooke (113), Cabell (804), Calhoun (25), Clay (35), Doddridge (25), Fayette (615), Gilmer (46), Grant (161), Greenbrier (127), Hampshire (107), Hancock (150), Hardy (90), Harrison (365), Jackson (264), Jefferson (431), Kanawha (2,651), Lewis (38), Lincoln (167), Logan (617), Marion (269), Marshall (173), Mason (142), McDowell (84), Mercer (415), Mineral (174), Mingo (376), Monongalia (1,999), Monroe (149), Morgan (55), Nicholas (102), Ohio (373), Pendleton (53), Pleasants (17), Pocahontas (59), Preston (154), Putnam (559), Raleigh (520), Randolph (252), Ritchie (13), Roane (49), Summers (54), Taylor (126), Tucker (26), Tyler (16), Upshur (77), Wayne (395), Webster (8), Wetzel (55), Wirt (12), Wood (364) and Wyoming (115).





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