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MetroNews This Morning 11-20-20

A Kanawha County man is jailed after allegedly making terroristic threats toward the Governor and members of the state’s Corona Virus Task Force on social media. Cases numbers of Covid 19 continue to rise and the CDC and local health officials are advising against travel and any large family gatherings for Thanksgiving next week. The state Superintendent of Schools says students need to return to the classroom where possible in December ahead of the Christmas break. In Sports, the second round of the high school football playoffs start tonight and all games are impacted by Covid 19. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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