COVID-19: SU community members asked to quarantine after possible exposure

SALISBURY, Md.- Salisbury University says they’re working with local health departments after members of the SU community may have been exposed to the coronavirus. The identities of the people who’ve been tested will not be released.

In a letter to the campus community Salisbury University President, Dr. Charles Wight shared that the people who may have been exposed have been asked to self-confine for 14 days.

The University’s COVID-19 Task Force will continue to provide communication to the campus community with local and state officials.

Dr. Wight also writes that online classes will continue through the end of the semester, students who’ve been given a date and time to move out of their residence halls should plan to arrive as scheduled.

Categories: Coronavirus, Local News, Maryland