West Virginia’s county alert map reported the least amount of red zone counties since a surge of virus infections took hold of the state last fall.
Three counties are in red zones. Today’s red counties are confined to the eastern panhandle with Berkley, Hampshire and Hardy.
The majority of counties are split between gold and orange. Twenty-two counties are orange including Boone, Logan, Mingo, Wayne and Wyoming. Nineteen counties are gold including Lincoln.
Seven counties are yellow.
Calhoun, Pleasants, Summers and Taylor counties are green.