WiFi Hotspots Will Be Added Around The State To Help Students

Gov. Jim Justice says WiFi hotspots will be set up around the state to give students the option to take virtual classes when schools are scheduled to reopen in September. The governor said he has committed $6 million to install more than 1,000 Wifi hotspots at schools, libraries and state parks across the state so students can access online courses when schools restart. The governor also said the state is developing a color-coded system for grading a county’s coronavirus levels. Justice said the ability for schools to have sporting events will also hinge on the upcoming color-coded system.