University of Kansas to require COVID-19 tests on campus

KNSS News
August 06, 2020 - 4:07 pm
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The University of Kansas will require students, staff and faculty who are returning to campus in Lawrence and Overland Park to take a free COVID-19 test. 

Chancellor Douglas Girod said the drive-up tests will be administered at various locations before the fall semester begins Aug. 24, with results available within 24 to 48 hours. 

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The tests will begin later this week when students begin moving in on a staggered schedule to campus housing. 

Meanwhile, Wabaunsee County health officials are encouraging anyone who attended the county fair in Alma on July 24-27 to monitor themselves for COVID-19 symptoms because one person who attended the fair has tested positive.

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