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US University of Michigan students given immediate stay-at-home order amid a spike in Covid-19 cases

05:20  21 october  2020
05:20  21 october  2020 Source:   cnn.com

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Graduate students at the University of Michigan begin a work stoppage today. COVID - 19 Roundup: A Strike and Suspensions. Graduate students at the University of Michigan 5. Over the Labor Day weekend, the university also issued a stay - at - home order for on-campus students .

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All University of Michigan undergraduate students are now under an emergency stay-in-place order, after data shows that Covid-19 cases among Michigan students represents more than 60% of all local cases.

a person throwing a frisbee at the park: A student walks through the Diag on the University of Michigan campus in August. All Michigan undergraduates are now under a two-week emergency stay-at-home order. © Emily Elconin/Reuters A student walks through the Diag on the University of Michigan campus in August. All Michigan undergraduates are now under a two-week emergency stay-at-home order.

The order came from the Washtenaw County Health Department on Tuesday, and is set to continue until November 3.

"The situation locally has become critical, and this order is necessary to reverse the current increase in cases," Jimena Loveluck, health officer for Washtenaw County, said in a statement. "We must continue to do what we can to minimize the impact on the broader community and to ensure we have the public health capacity to fully investigate cases and prevent additional spread of illness."

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Stay at home guidance for households with possible coronavirus ( COVID - 19 ) infection. Published 12 March 2020 Last updated 9 October 2020 — see all updates.

The COVID - 19 pandemic is first and foremost a health crisis. Many countries have (rightly) decided to close Student assessments are also moving online, with a lot of trial and error and uncertainty for The current global-scale expansion in home schooling might at first thought be seen quite positively

With the order, undergraduate students have to stay in their homes, unless they're attending class, getting food or participating in "approved work that cannot be done remotely," a news release from the health department said.

"Students who wish to return to a primary residence may do so only if they have completed the U-M's procedures for leaving campus safely," the release said.

The news comes after two new studies -- one from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the other from the North Carolina Department of Health -- found that cases of Covid-19 surged among college-age individuals in August and September, right when schools were opening across the country.

Many colleges and universities have attempted to control the spread, but as of September 14, more than 45,000 Covid-19 cases had been reported at colleges and universities across the US.

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