UNC-Chapel Hill reports cluster of COVID-19 cases at dormitory
Published 5:51 pm Saturday, August 21, 2021
Some students at University of North Carolina dormitory have been placed in isolation after officials identified a cluster of COVID-19 cases.
The university said Saturday that a cluster of at least five cases has been identified at Avery Residence Hall.
The announcement comes a day after university officials said that unvaccinated students will now have to be tested twice weekly. The initial requirement was once a week.
Earlier this month, university officials announced a cluster of cases connected to an event at the school of pharmacy.
The university says 87 percent of students report that they have been vaccinated.
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