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Multiple DOH workers test positive for coronavirus, limiting workforce in parts of northern West Virginia

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The number of workers available to treat some northern West Virginia highways for winter weather are limited after four Monongalia County garage employees tested positive for the coronavirus.

Mike Cronin, the West Virginia Division of Highways’ District 4 engineer, confirmed the test results to MetroNews affiliate WAJR-AM.

Cronin also shared there are new rules for employees to prevent future absences; workers will not be allowed to work if they are sick.





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