USU Working To Limit 'Cluster' Of COVID-19 Infections In LLC Dorms
As college students statewide are driving up coronavirus infection rates, Utah State University is working to limit the impact of a "cluster" of COVID-19 cases.
USU reported on Thursday that testing in its six Living Learning Center dorms has confirmed 31 cases there so far.
"This cluster of cases in the LLC drives home the importance of USU’s policy on face coverings and ensuring social distancing in classrooms, without which many more individuals could have been exposed and would be required to quarantine," a USU release states. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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