Regis University quarantines Residence Village for 2 weeks due to COVID-19 outbreak


DENVER (KDVR) — Regis University said it is implementing a two-week quarantine of Residence Village due to a COVID-19 outbreak traced to the village.

In a post on Wednesday, Regis said public health data showed nearly 60% of all cases on campus can be traced to the village.

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The university also said this action is being taken to keep residents and the university community as safe as possible.

Here’s a list of cases, according to Regis University:

Campus Cases: 26 | Recovered Cases: 6
Residential: 21 | Commuter: 5 | Employee: 0 | On-Campus Isolation: 143
Current Campus Case Rate: 1.04%
Colorado Test Positivity Rate: 3.1%
Semester Case Count: 32

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