MetroNews This Morning 12-15-21

State health officials are sounding the alarm about another Covid surge–and the potential for that to be followed up by the Omicron variant. Meanwhile, they’re also concerned as the state’s flu shot rate is lagging way behind the rest of the country. Charter Schools authorization is being challenged in Kanawha County Circuit Court. The West Virginia Region of the American Red Cross is seeking donations to aid tornado victims in neighboring Kentucky. The state’s unemployment rate falls again and today is the anniversary of one of West Virginia’s most tragic disasters. In Sports, it’s National Signing Day for college football and WVU has several familiar names expected to be part of the class of 2021. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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