UNC-Chapel Hill COVID-19 Cases Spike | The State of the U #1
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has moved to remote learning after only one week of in-person hybrid classes.
The decision was released on Monday after Chapel Hill officials reported four clusters of cases in the area.
Although very serious news, some students took the opportunity to create “COVID-19 Bingo” with all of the main residential spots in the area.
UNC’s latest weekly covid dashboard update showed 135 new cases for a grand total of 324, and lists that there are only four rooms left in the quarantine dorm.
Additionally, UNC’s total positivity rate went from 2.8% to 13.6%.
An Oklahoma High School student knowingly went to School with coronavirus; As told by an anonymous tipster, the student had received the positive diagnosis before classes began but felt no symptoms of the virus.
Several states, like Mississippi and Georgia have reported positive cases from students after the first day of classes.
Finally, Federal prosecutors are requesting that actress Lori Loughlin is sentenced to two months in prison and her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli be sentenced to five months for their roles in the college admissions scam.
Loughlin and Giannulli pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges in May, after paying $500,000 dollares to get their daughters into the University of Southern California.
We must not lose hope as this pandemic is a marathon, not a sprint.
Support one another and be kind to yourself, after all, we are all in this together.
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