113 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in West Virginia as of Saturday

The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 17 new cases of COVID-19 in the state on Saturday, pushing the total of positive test results to 113.

New cases were identified in Berkeley, Greenbrier, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, Kanawha, Marion, Marshall, Monongalia and Raleigh counties, according to the DHHR.

Just under 400 people were tested Saturday, bringing the total number of tests to 2,818.

Only one person from Upshur County has tested positive so far, according to the DHHR. County-by-county testing numbers are not released.

“The state breakdown of cases by county is 10 individuals from Berkeley County, two from Greenbrier County, three from Hancock County, five from Harrison County, seven from Jackson County, four from Jefferson County, 19 from Kanawha County, one from Logan County, five from Marion County, four from Marshall County, three from Mason County, two from Mercer County, 29 from Monongalia County, six from Ohio County, one from Pleasants County, one from Preston County, three from Putnam County, three from Raleigh County, two from Tucker County, one from Upshur County and two from Wood County,” according to a press release from the DHHR.

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