Charleston: West Virginia governor warns Monday that COVID-19 virus will worsen before cold weather hits
People are getting more and more involved in the online epidemic on Labor Day morning at Governor Jim Justice.
“Personally, we now have worse days ahead of us” There is justice.
He said two things could happen. He said the state would reach a high level of the virus in the Delta, and then it would drop relatively soon.
Or this is the only thing that is better to do, There is justice. As it gets colder and colder, we become more and more in restricted areas and it gets worse.
The state has 21,500 active cases, many of which are dying in cold weather, the governor said.
It will be a bigger problem than it is today. he said.
James Hoyer, head of the Joint Interaction Task Force on Vaccines, said the solution was to get vaccinated. He said the numbers would continue to increase in West Virginia as they could fall across the country.
Vaccination is the only way to get rid of bad results ” Hoyer said.
He said local governments are in a better position to carry out missions. Education boards that do not need masks can vote out of office, Justice said.
“Local people must make the best decisions” he said.
Fifty-nine schools in 26 woredas have been hit by the epidemic. Nineteen schools were closed and 30 county school systems were required to wear masks.
Children should wear masks at home and all adults should be vaccinated, said Regional Health Commissioner Dr. Aine Amjab.
Going along those lines is also a decision at the local level and at the parent level. So we cannot agree with what the governor said. ” She said. But children at that age should wear masks at home.
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