MetroNews This Morning 11-30-21

West Virginia officials brace for whatever the Omicron variant of Covid might bring and Dr. Clay Marsh talks about the potential of a new anti-viral medicine aimed at reducing Covid effects for those infected. More West Virginia counties and one school board join a lawsuit against a popular e-cigarette maker. The two sides of a strike against Cabell-Huntington Hospital return to the bargaining table today. A federal indictment is handed up for child pornography charges against a former school counselor and traffic was up 30 percent for this Thanksgiving from last year on the West Virginia Turnpike. In Sports, a legendary high school coach retires and high school teams continue preparations for this weekend’s Super Six. Those stories and more on today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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