West Virginia’s first case of coronavirus is out of Jefferson County

JEFFERSON COUNTY, WV (WOAY) – The first known positive case of coronavirus is out of Jefferson County, West Virginia.

Jefferson County Commissioner Josh Compton posted on Facebook that the individual that tested positive is quarantined at home.

No other information about the individual has been made public.

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