By Bill Schackner, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
September 25, 2020
At West Virginia University, 65 students infected with COVID-19 were housed inside Arnold Apartments, a campus residence, as of Sept. 15.
But by the next day, the number was down to one — at least in the eyes of the state.
It wasn’t a miraculous recovery, but, instead, a change in how West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice chooses to count cases involving college students isolating on campus...