New school map; 1 county red and 7 orange

The map shows which schools can have in-person learning.
The map shows which schools can have in-person learning.(wsaz)
Published: Oct. 24, 2020 at 5:06 PM EDT
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - The updated color-coding system for school and school activities shows one county in the red and seven counties in the orange.

Mingo County will remain orange for the third week.

Wyoming County will remain red this week after the school map was revised Monday.

Doddridge County moved from red back to gold.

This week’s school map shows Wayne, Mingo, Wirt, Braxton, Boone, Monroe, and Berkeley counties are orange.

Boone, Wayne, Braxton, and Monroe all went from yellow to orange on the school map. This means all those counties will transition to remote learning for the week.

The counties in gold this week including Logan, Kanawha, Jackson, Doddridge, Webster, Pendleton, and Morgan counties.

Putnam moved from yellow to green on the map.

Here are the local high school football games affected by the latest metric map. The following ones involve teams whose counties are in the orange.

Jefferson at Hedgesville

Spring Mills at Musselman

Martinsburg at Cabell Midland

South Harrison at Braxton County

Nicholas County at James Monroe

Scott at Winfield

Van at Buffalo

Meadow Bridge at Sherman

Chapmanville at Mingo Central

Tug Valley at Man

Spring Valley at Ashland, Ky.

Wayne at Logan

Phelps, Ky. at Tolsia

Calhoun County at Wirt County

These games involve teams in the gold designation they can play only teams in their county or other gold counties in WV.

Moorefield at Pendleton County

Hundred at Webster County

Ripley at Point Pleasant

Ravenswood at St. Marys

Williamstown at Doddridge County

Herbert Hoover at Poca

Parkersburg at George Washington

Riverside at Lincoln County

Hurricane at South Charleston

Nitro at Pikeview

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