All Michigan State Students Asked To Quarantine After ‘Alarming’ COVID-19 Surge

Michigan State University has requested that all of its local students self-quarantine for two weeks due to “an alarming surge” in COVID-19 cases, the school said Saturday.

The request follows at least 342 confirmed cases of the virus being linked back to the university since Aug. 24, when students began returning to the campus in East Lansing ahead of the start of the fall semester, the university and the local health department said.

Though the majority of classes at the school are being…

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