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W.Va. Coronavirus cases continue to climb, up to 124

Graph shows trajectory of confirmed COVID-19 cases in West Virginia since March 17, the date the first case was identified.

The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Sunday confirmed 11 new cases of COVID-19 have been officially reported to the state, making the total positive case count 124.

As of this posting, 3,108 residents have been tested for Covid-19 with 124 positive test results and 2,984 negative test results. One 88-year-old woman in Marion County has died from the virus.

The state breakdown of cases by county is 10 individuals from Berkeley County, one from Cabell County, two from Greenbrier County, three from Hancock County, seven from Harrison County, eight from Jackson County, five from Jefferson County, 19 from Kanawha County, one from Logan County, five from Marion County, four from Marshall County, three from Mason County, two from Mercer County, 30 from Monongalia County, one from Morgan, seven from Ohio County, one from Pleasants County, one from Preston County, three from Putnam County, four from Raleigh County, two from Tucker County, one from Upshur County, one from Wetzel County, one from Wirt County, and two from Wood County.

County data may change from day to day as if those tested in a certain county are not a resident of that county, or if an individual is not a resident of the state, having crossed the state border to be tested.  

Haley Brown

Multimedia Journalist

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