Restaurants and bars in West Virginia may now reopen to 100 percent of their seating capacity, according to Gov. Jim Justice during his COVID-19 press briefing earlier today, Friday, March 3.
Mingo County health officials have announced the latest times and locations for COVID-19 testing sites. They are as follows:
Officials with Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) are holding community town hall live event, “COVID-19 Vaccine: Fact versus Fiction,” via Zoom and Facebook at noon on Thursday, Jan. 21.
Due to the state’s COVID-19 vaccine allocations having slowed to a trickle because of high demand, state officials have announced that, at least for now, West Virginia’s current available supply is being distributed only to the state’s largest 12 counties.
Mingo County health officials announced they will be conducting another round of COVID-19 testing clinics this week.
Mingo County Health Department officials announced a second vaccination event has been scheduled this week for West Virginia residents 80 years of age and older.
Many moons ago I worked in the Pike County School System as a substitute teacher. For most of that time I mainly worked with elementary grade level students, which for reasons I’ll make clear, is noteworthy.