Active COVID cases, hospitalizations down in WV

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Active COVID-19 cases dropped more than 500 over the weekend in West Virginia, according to the state Department of Health and Human Resources.

There are currently 2,891 active cases statewide, down by 543 from the end of last week.

The state reported three new deaths Monday, bringing the total number of pandemic related deaths to 7,206.

The DHHR has confirmed the deaths of a 63 year old man from Putnam County, a 79-year old woman from Cabell County, and a 62 year old woman from Morgan County.

Hospitalizations are currently at 333, which is down from about 22 last week.

Current active COVID cases per county are as follows: Barbour (11), Berkeley (205), Boone (37), Braxton (17), Brooke (30), Cabell (154), Calhoun (4), Clay (13), Doddridge (11), Fayette (61), Gilmer (7), Grant (25), Greenbrier (74), Hampshire (33), Hancock (37), Hardy (37), Harrison (114), Jackson (23), Jefferson (55), Kanawha (291), Lewis (17), Lincoln (44), Logan (83), Marion (109), Marshall (54), Mason (56), McDowell (34), Mercer (164), Mineral (62), Mingo (47), Monongalia (101), Monroe (29), Morgan (14), Nicholas (50), Ohio (55), Pendleton (9), Pleasants (6), Pocahontas (14), Preston (20), Putnam (82), Raleigh (155), Randolph (21), Ritchie (18), Roane (28), Summers (23), Taylor (13), Tucker (5), Tyler (8), Upshur (38), Wayne (42), Webster (19), Wetzel (20), Wirt (6), Wood (161), Wyoming (45).





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