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May 27, 2020

With Numbers Mounting in Huttonsville, Justice Pledges Testing At All W.Va. Corrections Facilities

West Virginia Metro News – Gov. Jim Justice has pledged to test inmates and staff across West Virginia’s corrections system after confirmation of at least 83 cases of coronavirus at the prison in Huttonsville. Read article.

“As we continue to expand our testing capability, we should test every single inmate and every single staff person at all our facilities. We should move in that direction as quickly as our testing capability allows us to do so,” Justice said during a briefing today.

“There could be asymptomatic cases in other facilities. The likelihood is very strong.”

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