Fifty-four of West Virginia’s 55 counties were orange or red Saturday in the state’s COVID-19 daily county alert system map.

The orange or red designation indicates high rates of infection or percent positive in the counties.

Twelve of the counties – Putnam, Kanawha, Roane, Calhoun, Fayette, Summers, Wyoming, McDowell, Lewis, Webster, Randolph and Tucker – were orange.

Clay County was gold in the daily map. The remaining 42 counties were all red.

This follows a significant realignment of the Harvard Medical Map by Gov. Jim Justice, which made most of WV counties green for a time, good to go.

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