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West Virginia

Overview

New WV Cases

December 2
+1,466
Trend
Rising

New WV Deaths

December 2
+50
Trend
Rising

Total WV Vaccinations Administered

Total
2,126,798
December 2
+435,476

Total WV Cases

Confirmed cases
297,415
Deaths
4,945

County Trends: Cases

Rising
39
Falling
5
Flat
11

Total County Cases

>10,000,000 1,000,001-10,000,000 100,001-1,000,000 10,001-100,000 1-10,000 0

By County

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More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
CountyCasesNew cases yesterdayDeaths
Kanawha 26,808 155 547
Berkeley 20,491 119 197
Cabell 16,157 70 287
Mercer 9,757 67 188
Wood 14,220 62 266
Jefferson 7,544 59 92
Raleigh 12,524 58 200
Fayette 6,840 49 137
Monongalia 14,439 48 148
Ohio 6,717 47 118
Harrison 12,349 45 188
Marion 9,048 40 129
Hampshire 3,728 36 51
Putnam 9,790 35 141
Greenbrier 5,278 30 109
Nicholas 4,329 29 67
Mineral 4,982 27 125
Preston 5,905 25 104
McDowell 3,189 25 54
Marshall 5,737 24 119
Morgan 2,387 24 48
Logan 5,784 23 148
Braxton 2,413 23 25
Mason 3,963 18 62
Brooke 3,388 18 78
Roane 1,817 18 25
Hancock 4,622 17 120
Barbour 3,004 17 52
Taylor 2,627 17 44
Wayne 6,036 16 91
Lewis 3,350 16 58
Wetzel 2,807 16 61
Randolph 5,525 15 56
Upshur 4,477 15 70
Jackson 4,279 14 93
Ritchie 1,568 14 22
Wyoming 3,911 12 71
Lincoln 3,247 12 52
Pleasants 1,489 12 31
Clay 1,404 11 23
Grant 2,453 9 38
Boone 3,988 8 62
Hardy 2,707 8 33
Gilmer 1,471 8 14
Mingo 4,981 7 88
Doddridge 1,450 7 12
Tyler 1,456 6 25
Pendleton 1,243 6 15
Wirt 934 6 16
Monroe 2,261 5 27
Calhoun 1,087 5 7
Webster 1,404 4 26
Pocahontas 1,274 4 21
Tucker 1,240 4 31
Summers 1,536 1 33

Coronavirus News

  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE, The COVID Tracking Project, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.