UW-Madison Students Told to “Severely Limit” In-Person Interaction

UW-Madison Students Told to “Severely Limit” In-Person Interaction

Undergrads at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have been told to “severely limit” their in-person interactions for the next two weeks.

Campus leaders are trying to slow the growth in the number of positive COVID-19 test results.

An open letter from Chancellor Rebecca Blank asks those students to limit their exposure.  As of Monday, there were 76 students in quarantine on the campus and 91 at an off-campus location.  Students failing to cooperate could be penalized.

Source: Learfield Wire Services