West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reports as of 10 a.m., April 11, there have been 15,452 residents tested for COVID-19, with 577 positive, 14,875 negative and five deaths.

These are considered official numbers reported to the state, which will, in turn, be reported to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Medical providers and laboratories are required to report positive test results to DHHR.

Officials say delays may be experienced with the reporting of cases from the local health department to the state health department. It’s not uncommon for the local level to report case numbers first and then officially report it to the state.

Confirmed cases per county include four in Barbour, 89 in Berkeley, one in Boone, one in Braxton, three in Brooke, 21 in Cabell, two in Fayette, three in Greenbrier, four in Hampshire, seven in Hancock, two in Hardy, 28 in Harrison, 23 in Jackson, 46 in Jefferson, 82 in Kanawha, two in Lewis, eight in Logan, 32 in Marion, six in Marshall, seven in Mason, four in McDowell, eight in Mercer, four in Mineral, 78 in Monongalia, one in Monroe, six in Morgan, two in Nicholas, 21 in Ohio, one in Pendleton, one in Pleasants, six in Preston, 10 in Putnam, five in Raleigh, four in Randolph, two in Roane, three in Taylor, three in Tucker, three in Tyler, three in Upshur, 17 in Wayne, three in Wetzel, two in Wirt, 18 in Wood and one in Wyoming.