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MetroNews This Morning 11-19-20

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey says enforcement of pandemic restrictions issued by Governor Justice will not result in jail time. Covid surges in West Virginia and other states and hospitalizations are at the highest level in the pandemic. Neighboring states are increasing restrictions over the Covid spread. Some West Virginia schools are shutting down in-person classes for the rest of the semester–regardless of the education alert map. An Italian company selects Weirton for its first U.S. operations. Workers at Kroger vote on a tentative contract. In Sports, WVU basketball now has an opening night opponent and Doc Holiday is in the conversation for National Coach of the Year. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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