Mingo County is red according to the West Virginia’s county alert map released this morning by the state department of health and human resources.
A total of four counties are in red zones today. A color on the map is rendered based on a county’s percent positive and infection rate. The better of the two figures is selected. Mingo County has 8% positivity and 47.57% infection. Either rate puts Mingo in the red zone. Other Red counties include Berkley, Hampshire and Hardy.
Twenty-two counties are orange including Boone, Logan and Wayne.
Fifteen counties are gold including Lincoln and Wyoming.
Eight counties are yellow.
Calhoun, Clay, Gilmer, Pleasants, Summers and Taylor counties are green.
The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 416 additional cases of COVID-19 Tuesday.
As of 10 o’clock this morning, West Virginia has 14,756 active cases of coronavirus.
Today’ daily positive infection rate is 4.80%.
Nineteen deaths were reported over the last 24-hours. Since the onset of the outbreak, 2,150 West Virginians have succumbed to coronavirus.
W.Va. has administered 221,347 doses of the first round of vaccine. As of 10 o’clock this morning, 108,870 residents have received both rounds of shots.