Justice: Schools in West Virginia to Remain Closed for In-Person Classes Until At Least April 20
Editor’s note: This story has been updated to correct a date.
Gov. Jim Justice, during his daily press briefing, said schools would remain closed to students until April 20, extending the original March 27 deadline by two weeks.
Justice also said, to follow changes at the federal level, West Virginia would delay filing requirements for personal income taxes until July 15. He said more information would be available Thursday on the state Tax Department’s website.