University of Tennessee now have 1,939 students & 173 employees in quarantine due to spike in COVID-19 cases

Foolish conduct by a little segment of University of Tennessee students could prompt uncommon measures as Covid-19 floods on the Knoxville campus. The university had 600 dynamic Covid-19 cases as of Monday. Among them, 592 were students, and eight were representatives.

They presently have 2,112 individuals in quarantine. Of these, 1,939 are students, part about similarly between on-campus and off-campus living arrangement. Their case checks are going up excessively quick, and they will require more uncommon measures to stop the upward spike. Nationwide, colleges and universities have announced more than 37,000 COVID-19 cases from every one of the 50 states.