CHARLESTON, WV (WOAY) – A new “High Alert System” takes place to identify hotspot areas of COVID-19, all counties have been removed that were on the old list.
Gov. Justice also announced that with the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources putting its new “High Alert Status” system in place to quickly identify specific areas in West Virginia that may be experiencing an increase in COVID-19 cases, all counties that were still remaining on the list of community hotspots have now been removed from the list by executive order.
This includes Monongalia, Marion, Harrison, Jefferson, and Berkeley counties.
“At this point in time, under the new system, we no longer have counties on the hotspot alert,” Gov. Justice said. “Our medical experts will be watching all of our 55 counties closely as we move forward with our new High Alert Status system.”