Temple University student tests positive for COVID-19

A Temple University student has tested positive for COVID-19, the university announced Saturday.


School officials said that the student, who traveled to Spain over spring break, has now tested positive for COVID-19.


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Anyone who was in close contact with the student will be notified about the student’s test result.

From Temple University's website:

"Temple University has alerted the city of Philadelphia Department of Public Health that an off-campus student who traveled to Spain during spring break has since tested positive for the coronavirus. His symptoms are mild. The student has not been on campus since Wednesday afternoon, is not on campus now and is at home outside the city. Health officials are reaching out to anyone with whom he came into close contact."


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