SUNY Plattsburgh to start testing students leaving for holiday break

SUNY Plattsburgh starts testing students leaving for Thanksgiving
SUNY Plattsburgh starts testing students leaving for Thanksgiving(WCAX)
Published: Nov. 11, 2020 at 8:19 AM EST
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PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (WCAX) - SUNY Plattsburgh on Wednesday is beginning mandatory COVID-19 testing for departing students going home for the holidays.

Classes end Nov. 20 and the residence halls officially close that Saturday. The spring semester will be starting later than usual, on Feb. 1, and there won’t be a spring break.

The school says it recorded four new COVID cases on Monday, bringing the total to 18 cases in the last two weeks. There are 58 students and eight employees in mandatory or precautionary quarantine.

The college recorded four new COVID-19 cases on Monday. Over the past 14 days, 18 total cases have been recorded....

Posted by SUNY Plattsburgh on Tuesday, November 10, 2020

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