Students at Western University Have Tested Positive for COVID-19

28 Students at Western University Have Tested Positive for COVID-19

28 Students at Western University Have Tested Positive for COVID-19

University factors include the number of cases at Elon University in the last seven days, the percentage of students in isolation or quarantine and the percentage of both faculty and staff in isolation or quarantine.

The school in London, Ont., says 28 students - a lot of them off-campus - have tested positive.

"That's a positive test rate that's obviously well below the statewide average and it shows that colleges and universities and students are doing their part to make sure that they open safely". 21 of those cases are student-athletes. Affected students, including those who had close contact with the infected student in residence, have been notified.

UCD emailed students this afternoon to inform them that it is moving to Level 4 because the government has instructed higher education institutions in Dublin to take additional precautions to limit groups congregating.

"I want to assure you that whether your classes take place at distance for the next few weeks or on campus, you will still experience the best education we can offer", he added. "But, unfortunately, this development means we will be limiting those experiences", said Alan Shepard, president of Western.

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The university said it is suspending athletics and recreation activities, as well as in-person student club meetings.

Access to libraries and several other buildings are also now restricted. "We expect our students to comply with public health rules". Not to attend parties. "Common sense is critical".

"Based on my time on campus and throughout my conversations with students, it is clear that most students are abiding by health and safety guidelines and understand that preventing the spread of COVID-19 is a shared responsibility", Reesor said in a statement.

"The vast majority of the transmission looks like it happened off campus - either at house parties or in local bars", Shepard said in an interview.

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