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UConn, SHU take action to stop spread of COVID-19 cases

Sacred Heart University in Fairfield has entered a red COVID-19 alert level as the school has over 200 active cases of coronavirus.

News 12 Staff

Nov 11, 2020, 12:20 PM

Updated 1,317 days ago

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Colleges across Connecticut are taking action to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The University of Connecticut announced it is placing five dorms on the Storrs Campus in quarantine until further notice. This move comes after 11 on-campus cases were confirmed in a single day.
Another 23 cases were confirmed off campus. So far, no further action has been announced for commuter students.
Sacred Heart University in Fairfield has entered a red COVID-19 alert level as the school has over 200 active cases of coronavirus.
Most classes will be completely online through the end of the semester. Certain labs and clinical and public-school placements may not go remote during that time, school officials say.
A majority of campus events including practices, rehearsals, performances are suspended or canceled for two weeks or longer.


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