MetroNews This Morning 1-27-22

Covid hospitalizations have reached a pandemic high in West Virginia and are likely to go higher. Corrections officials say the pandemic is making it tough to recruit new corrections officers. The House of Delegates approved a bill which would lower the cost of insulin and diabetic supplies. The Senate approves an insurance plan to protect against mine reclamation costs. Governor Jim Justice will deliver his State of the State Address tonight. Corridor H gets more money from the feds and there’s more snow headed our way. In sports, WVU falls to Oklahoma. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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