Govt. Justice announces over $5.7 million in CDBG-CV grants for COVID-19 projects across West Virginia

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The approved projects are as follows:

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY

Hampshire County Public Health Facility Project – $1,905,300.00
The Hampshire County Commission will renovate and build its current facilities. The construction will allow the ward to create an area of ​​negative pressure that will isolate patients with infectious diseases and protect patients who may be infected by others.

Hampshire County Public Health Service Project – $484,333.00
The Hampshire County Commission will purchase a mobile health unit with the aim of serving low to middle income people who have difficulty obtaining medical services due to a lack of transport or physical mobility. The mobile unit will provide services such as COVID-19 testing and vaccinations, annual flu vaccinations, child vaccinations and annual health screenings.

MINERAL COUNTY

Mineral County Public Health Facility Project – $2,958,700.00
The Mineral County Commission will build an addition to the current health department, which will include a drive-thru. The construction will allow the local health department to test people for COVID-19 while that person remains in their vehicle. Additionally, a negative pressure zone will be constructed to isolate infectious disease patients and protect infection-susceptible patients from others. These rooms will provide isolation from other patients and visitors, and provide additional protection for caregivers.

Mineral County Public Health Service Project – $447,500.00
The Mineral County Commission will purchase a mobile health unit to serve low-to-moderate income people who have difficulty obtaining medical services due to lack of transportation or physical mobility. The mobile unit will provide services such as COVID-19 testing and vaccinations, annual flu vaccinations, child vaccinations and annual health screenings.

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