(06/10/2021)
West Virginia health officials on Wednesday reported 24 coronavirus deaths, the youngest being 41.

The latest numbers bring the state’s death total from the pandemic to 2,846. Eighteen of the 24 deaths reported Wednesday by the DHHR are a result of the Bureau for Public Health’s continuing data reconciliation with the official death certificate. Fifteen of the deaths were from April and May.

Hospitalizations remained at 144, with 55 in intensive care and 20 on a ventilator. Recoveries were at 156,534.

Following are the latest cases per county: Barbour (1,508), Berkeley (12,763), Boone (2,164), Braxton (992), Brooke (2,241), Cabell (8,832), Calhoun (372), Clay (540), Doddridge (630), Fayette (3,532), Gilmer (875), Grant (1,304), Greenbrier (2,872), Hampshire (1,914), Hancock (2,837), Hardy (1,563), Harrison (6,097), Jackson (2,223), Jefferson (4,766), Kanawha (15,403), Lewis (1,273), Lincoln (1,569), Logan (3,255), Marion (4,610), Marshall (3,528), Mason (2,042), McDowell (1,609), Mercer (5,092), Mineral (2,967), Mingo (2,712), Monongalia (9,374), Monroe (1,193), Morgan (1,222), Nicholas (1,882), Ohio (4,299), Pendleton (723), Pleasants (959), Pocahontas (680), Preston (2,943), Putnam (5,303), Raleigh (6,998), Randolph (2,819), Ritchie (754), Roane (654), Summers (854), Taylor (1,262), Tucker (545), Tyler (738), Upshur (1,949), Wayne (3,176), Webster (538), Wetzel (1,379), Wirt (453), Wood (7,912), Wyoming (2,032).


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