WV COVID-19 News, April 7, 2020

4/7/2020

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Modeling shows improved outlook for West Virginia, but that assumes continued precautions
 
West Virginia among few states offering exemptions under Stay at Home order for Church services
 
Coronavirus In West Virginia: Judge Allows Ankle Monitors For People Who Test Positive But Refuse To Quarantine
 
West Virginia Chinese Association donates $10,000 for equipment
 
West Virginia State University modifies fall 2020 admissions requirements
 
West Virginia's First State Bank closes in 2nd failure of 2020
 
Highmark West Virginia announces $300K+ in grants to help people in need during COVID-19 pandemic
 
West Virginia food banks face an increased demand due to the pandemic
 
Gas prices drop in West Virginia as demand hits nearly 30-year low
 
Climate change could bring consequences to West Virginia in the future
 

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