Four counties moved from orange to red Sunday according to the W.Va. DHHR color coded map.
Those counties were Wyoming, Summers, Webster and Randolph.
Boone and McDowell counties moved into the orange with Putnam, Kanawha, Calhoun, Fayette, Lewis and Tucker.
54 of 55 counties in West Virginia are designated either orange or red.
The orange or red designation indicates high rates of infection or percent positive in the counties.