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WVU students testing positive for COVID-19 confirmed

Monongalia County Health Department and West Virginia University were notified that 13 new cases were reported Thursday (July 2) with at least 10 WVU students who have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

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What you need to know about the Coronavirus

West Virginia University officials continue to closely monitor the situation surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are developing plans should the threat increase in the area. Dr. Kathryn Moffett is an infectious diseases expert at WVU. In this Inside WVU today video, she provides important information about the virus and tips to help keep our students, faculty, staff and surrounding community well. These include a new website coronavirus.wvu.edu where you will find resources and details about the University’s response. For general questions: call the WV DHHR at 1-800-887-4304 or email coronavirus@mail.wvu.edu. If you have respiratory or flu-like symptoms, call WVU Medicine at 304-598-6000, option 4.

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