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WV COVID czar says infections in rural areas are increasing

August 14th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

Wednesday’s report on new COVID-19 cases in Allegany County was stunning, as twenty new residents had tested positive for the virus.

Dr. Clay Marsh, West Virginia’s Coronavirus Czar, says rural areas are starting to see an increase in cases, but the good news is that, at least in West Virginia, the rate of transmission has dropped…

5 Responses to “WV COVID czar says infections in rural areas are increasing”

  1. August 14, 2020 at 10:13 am, mac said:

    It looks like the bars in Morgantown will be closing for another 10 days.

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  2. August 14, 2020 at 12:30 pm, DPM said:

    And as with the rest of rural America, the ‘fake’ virus is gaining ground. What those evil libs won’t do to hurt our Savior and Lord, the great Trump!!

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    • August 14, 2020 at 1:19 pm, mac said:

      > It’s still amazing that Trump and his cronies, clowns, and stooges continue to downplay the severity of a problem they don’t seem to be willing or able to control.

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  3. August 14, 2020 at 2:05 pm, Patrick said:

    Based on yesterday’s reporting, it looks like the median age of those infected in Allegany Co. is coming down, meaning far fewer deaths, unless there are co-morbidities. Virus is gonna do what it does.

    Here in Allegheny Co. PA (about 1.2 million people), at least as of a few days ago, only 1 person under age 30 has died of Covid, and no one under 20.

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  4. August 16, 2020 at 9:40 am, DPM said:

    ” Virus is gonna do what it does.” Yes it does/will. But one doesn’t have to seal themselves into a bubble for the next year or two, BUT one doesn’t have to do the equivalent of going around licking doorknobs, which is about the same as not wearing a mask around others!

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