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West Virginia CDC Data Use Agreement

Date Updated: February 11, 2021

Date Added: February 11, 2021


Principal Subject: State of West Virginia, Department of Health and Human Resources

A copy of West Virginia's Data Use Agreement for Covid-19 vaccine information with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Format Details: .pdf (14 pages)

West Virginia Health COVID-19 emails and response

Date Updated: August 10, 2020

Date Added: August 10, 2020

Department of Health and Human Resources, WV

Principal Subject: Bill J. Crouch, West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources

This material includes email correspondence, and underlying documentation contained within, between Jan. 1, 2020, and March 31, 2020, that was sent to, from, or copied to Bill J. Crouch, containing any of the following non-case sensitive key-strings: "2019-nCoV"; "coronavirus"; "COVID-19"; "COVID"

Date Range: March 2020

Format Details: PDF, 316 pages, additional zipped files including ppt, doc and xls files

West Virginia governor's office COVID-19 emails and response

Date Updated: July 13, 2020

Date Added: July 13, 2020


Principal Subject: Brian Abraham, Bob Ashley, Sherri Foreman, Mike Hall and Ann Urling, aides to West Virginia Governor Jim Justice

These documents include emails sent from, to or copied to Brian Abraham, Bob Ashley, Sherri Foreman, Mike Hall and Ann Urling, aides to West Virginia Governor Jim Justice, regarding local response to COVID-19.

Date Range: January 1 to March 31, 2020

Format Details: .pdf with scanned attachments (52 pages, 26.4 MB)

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