Six people in West Virginia, including four in Monongalia County, are in a self-imposed quarantine to monitor for symptoms of coronavirus, according to WBOY.

Five of those people recently returned from China, according to WBOY, which obtained the information from the Monongalia County Health Department. One interacted closely with those returning from China.

In Morgantown, one person going into self-quarantine is a WVU student, another is a chemical engineer and a third person is returning soon from China and works at the WVU School of Public Health. The other two West Virginians going into self-quarantine are in Wheeling, according to WBOY.

No cases of coronavirus are suspected or have been diagnosed in West Virginia.