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On Saturday, the Randolph - Elkins ran a Coronavirus testing site in Elkins and Mill Creek after an outbreak at Huttonsville Correctional Center. Out of... [Read More]
COVID-19 test results are back for all inmates at the Huttonsville Correctional Center after an outbreak led Governor Jim Justice to order testing of the... [Read More]
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice reported two new positive COVID-19 cases at Huttonsville Corrections Center. [Read More]
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Approximately 116 inmates and employees at Huttonsville Correctional Center have tested positive for the coronavirus, as of 5 p.m. on May 30. Following the outbreak... [Read More]
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Approximately 116 inmates and employees at Huttonsville Correctional Center have tested positive for the coronavirus, as of 3 p.m. on May 30. Following the outbreak... [Read More]
According to Governor Jim Justice, more than 110 inmates at the Huttonsville Correctional Center in Randolph County, have the virus, as do a handful of... [Read More]
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West Virginia Governor Jim Justice says there are now 116 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among inmates at Huttonsville Correctional Center. No additional staff have …... [Read More]
Secretary Jeff Sandy of the West Virginia Department of Homeland Security says the current number of inmates, employees, and contractors within the State's correctional facilities... [Read More]
Every inmate, employee and contractor in West Virginia's corrections system will be tested for COVID-19, although it's unclear when the testing will start or how... [Read More]
The order to test every corrections inmate and employee in the state comes after an outbreak at the Huttonsville State Prison in Randolph County. More... [Read More]
The order to test every corrections inmate and employee in the state comes after an outbreak at the Huttonsville State Prison in Randolph County. More... [Read More]
Following an outbreak at the Huttonsville Correctional Center, Randolph County officials have announced that there will be community COVID-19 testing this Saturday, May 30 at... [Read More]
A total of 111 inmates at the Huttonsville Correctional Center and Jail in Randolph County have now tested positive for COVID-19. [Read More]
105 of a thousand inmates at Huttonsville tested positively for coronavirus through midday Thursday. [Read More]
The positive case count at Huttonsville Correctional Center rose to 105 as of Thursday morning, Gov. Jim Justice... [Read More]
Corrections department data show few inmates have been tested outside of the Huttonsville facility. [Read More]
Remnants of Tropical Storm Bertha leave high water in West Virginia this morning–and the chance for additional storms. A tenth of the population at Huttonsville... [Read More]
The testing has been prompted after more than 100 inmates at the Huttonsville Correctional Center and Jail in Randolph County were found to have the... [Read More]
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