(09/14/2021)
Monday, new records for COVID-19 have been set for West Virginia, 852 hospitalizations, 267 people in the ICU and 164 on ventilators - all pandemic highs.

Calhoun, according to the Monday report, has 26 new cases, with a number of them reportedly in intensive care and on ventilators.

Last Friday, Calhoun hit a record high with 37 new cases reported.

Calhoun appeared to have 245 new cases during the previous 14 days.

Most new Calhoun cases are among children and affecting the 30-50 age group.

WV DHHR confirms 1,417 new COVID-19 cases, 31 additional deaths on Monday, with previous daily reports in excess of 2,000 daily.

Gov. Jim Justices says less that one-half of one percent of residents vaccinated are "crossover" cases, getting the virus.

The DHHR reports there have been 3,597,992 (+53,861) total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19, with 211,706 (+5,923 since Friday) total cases and 3,238 (+31) total deaths.

A 50-year-old Roane man has died from COVID.

CASES PER COUNTY­­­­­­: Berkeley (15,354), Boone (2,753), Braxton (1,482), Brooke (2,616), Cabell (11,982), Calhoun (722), Clay (917), Doddridge (887), Fayette (4,743), Gilmer (1,080), Grant (1,684), Greenbrier (3,920), Hampshire (2,408), Hancock (3,294), Hardy (1,975), Harrison (7,926), Jackson (2,893), Jefferson (5,674), Kanawha (19,729), Lewis (2,087), Lincoln (2,136), Logan (4,293), Marion (5,876), Marshall (4,416), Mason (2,854), McDowell (2,156), Mercer (6,782), Mineral (3,627), Mingo (3,623), Monongalia (10,892), Monroe (1,752), Morgan (1,606), Nicholas (2,685), Ohio (5,201), Pendleton (946), Pleasants (1,164), Pocahontas (884), Preston (3,653), Putnam (6,910), Raleigh (9,156), Randolph (4,088), Ritchie (1,059), Roane (1,003), Summers (1,119), Taylor (1,700), Tucker (790), Tyler (1,082), Upshur (3,108), Wayne (4,283), Webster (818), Wetzel (1,997), Wirt (623), Wood (10,262), Wyoming (2,874).


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