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12/08/2020 - Charleston Gazette-Mail by: Lacie Pierson
CHARLESTON, WV - Sen. Craig Blair, R-Berkeley, and House of Delegates Speaker Roger Hanshaw are one step closer to officially holding leadership positions in the West Virginia Legislature in 2021.

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12/08/2020 - The Register-Herald by: Jessica Farrish
BECKLEY, WV - Raleigh General Hospital CEO Matthew Roberts has announced his resignation after serving four years.

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12/07/2020 - Modern Healthcare by: Adam Bonislawski
WASHINGTON, DC - Nine months into the pandemic, population-scale COVID testing remains elusive, but signs suggest we may be reaching a stage in which testing of tens of millions of people in the U.S. on a regular basis may become feasible.

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12/07/2020 - Modern Healthcare by: Maria Castellucci
WASHINGTON, DC - Like other physician practices across the country, DuPage Medical Group in west-suburban Chicago has been managing the care of COVID-19 patients who are recovering at home.

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12/07/2020 - Modern Healthcare
WASHINGTON, DC - Some 10 months into the pandemic, testing for individuals who may be infected with COVID but who may not show symptoms remains a hodgepodge of methods, modalities, and technologies, many of which have not been authorized by regulators specifically to test asymptomatic patients.

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12/07/2020 - Pittsburgh Business Times by: Paul J. Gough
MORGANTOWN, WV - Hospitals and health systems employees will be the top priority for the two first vaccines that will likely be approved this month, a two-dose regimen from Pfizer Inc. and a separate two-dose regimen from Moderna.

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12/07/2020 - WVNews by: Charles Young
CHARLESTON, WV - On Friday, Gov. Jim Justice said he believes most West Virginians will be able to receive a COVID-19 vaccine by “the middle of March.”

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