Drury University Reports 41 COVID-19 Cases Since June
Drury University has recorded 43 cases of COVID-19 since June 22. According to the university’s COVID-19 Dashboard, 17 of the positive cases have been on campus.
Drury resumed in-person classes on August 20. Since then, 16 students and one staff member have tested positive.
Drury is notifying close contacts of those who test positive for COVID-19.
Masks are required in all Drury buildings, students are seated six feet apart, and residence halls are single occupancy.
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