Stay protected!

WV DHHR Coronavirus Hotline


This toll-free hotline is open 24/7

For Coronavirus-19 General Information and Guidelines

You can ask questions about the coronavirus and symptoms, and when testing is recommended or allowed. You can also get other general information.

State Health Department and Coronavirus Tracking

Coronavirus Symptoms, Testing, and Triage

If you have been exposed to someone who might have the Coronavirus but you have no symptoms, please seek further medical advice. To be safe, isolate yourself for 14 days to monitor your symptoms and to make sure you do not infect others. And if you do get tested, isolate yourself until you get the results. At all times, stay at least 6 feet from others and wash your hands as frequently as possible.

For locations of free testing visit the WV Health & Human Resources COVID-19 website.

How You Can Help

Give Blood

The American Red Cross strongly urges healthy, eligible individuals who are feeling well to give blood or platelets. This helps maintain a sufficient blood supply and prevent shortages as the Coronavirus cases rise in the U.S.

Make an appointment now by going to or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

Type O and platelet donations are especially needed right now.


Face Masks
Make to Give. Make to Wear.

Directions can be found on the JOANNE website.

Visit the Eastern Panhandle Campaign for Masks Facebook page

Hotlines for Getting Help

In West Virginia

Call 211 or
Text your zip code to 898-211

For more information visit

In Maryland

Call 211 or
Text your zip code to 898-211

For more information visit

Behavioral Health Information

Get help with depression, addictions, and any other assistance.

Online Recovery Support Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous


Recovery and Training

Food Delivery