CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) reports as of November 1, 2022, there are currently 929 active COVID-19 cases statewide. There have been eight deaths reported since the last report, with a total of 7,530 deaths attributed to COVID-19.
DHHR has confirmed the deaths of a 57-year old male and an 87-year old male from Kanawha County, an 82-year old female from Wyoming County, a 63-year old female from Lewis County, a 69-year old female from Raleigh County, an 87-year old male from Marion County, an 83-year old female from Jefferson County and a 44-year old female from Nicholas County.
“As we express our deepest sympathies to these families, we must continue doing our part to prevent severe illness and death from this disease by staying current on vaccines and boosters,” said Bill J. Crouch, Cabinet Secretary.
Current active cases per county: Barbour (6), Berkeley (58), Boone (11), Braxton (8), Brooke (5), Cabell (80), Calhoun (5), Clay (5), Doddridge (3), Fayette (17), Gilmer (4), Grant (12), Greenbrier (10), Hampshire (9), Hancock (11), Hardy (8), Harrison (36), Jackson (11), Jefferson (30), Kanawha (70), Lewis (10), Lincoln (8), Logan (13), Marion (40), Marshall (8), Mason (16), McDowell (9), Mercer (22), Mineral (19), Mingo (13), Monongalia (31), Monroe (11), Morgan (6), Nicholas (10), Ohio (16), Pendleton (4), Pleasants (3), Pocahontas (1), Preston (13), Putnam (38), Raleigh (68), Randolph (15), Ritchie (4), Roane (10), Summers (8), Taylor (15), Tucker (3), Tyler (5), Upshur (8), Wayne (32), Webster (3), Wetzel (16), Wirt (2), Wood (36), Wyoming (14). To find the cumulative cases per county, please visit coronavirus.wv.gov and look on the Cumulative Summary tab which is sortable by county.
West Virginians ages 6 months and older are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination. All individuals ages 6 months and older should receive a primary series of vaccination, the initial set of shots that teaches the body to recognize and fight the virus that causes COVID-19. Those ages 5 to 11 years are recommended to get an original (monovalent) booster shot when due, and those ages 12 years and older are recommended to get an Omicron booster shot (bivalent) at least two months after completing their primary series.
Visit the W.Va. COVID-19 Vaccination Due Date Calculator, a free, online tool that helps individuals figure out when they may be due for a COVID-19 shot, making it easier to stay up to date on COVIDw-19 vaccination. To learn more about COVID-19 vaccines, or to find a vaccine, visit vaccines.gov, vaccinate.wv.gov or call 1 (833) 734-0965. Please visit the COVID-19 testing locations page to locate COVID-19 testing near you.