Princeton Community Hospital in West Virginia is trying to resolve a ransomware attack via a total rebuild of its computer network, according to multiple news sources.

The reconstruction of its networks is a precaution to prevent potential reinfection, and involves replacing nearly 1,200 hard drives, Rose Morgan, vice president of patient care services, said.

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