MetroNews This Morning 10-29-20

Hospitalizations for Covid 19 are at a pandemic high, but hospital leaders believe the state has the capacity to handle any surge. Dr. Anthony Fauci will lead a discussion virtually today put on by a division of WVU Health Sciences. Mail-in voting appears to be popular among a large number of West Virginians. Election campaigns start their home stretch ahead of Tuesday. A WV Supreme Court Justice spends her final day on the bench while an ex-Justice has a day in court today. In Sports, some clarification from the WVSSAC on the high school football post season amid the pandemic. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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